Conservative Model Announces New “Make Makeup Great Again” Line

( An unlikely conservative model who made her fame with her makeup tutorials on YouTube recently announced plans to launch a “Make Makeup Great Again” makeup line.

Christian beauty influencer Amanda Ensing told her 1.4 million Instagram followers in a video that she had been working on the product line for the last two years, and accused other makeup influences of being hostile towards conservatives.

“I have received more support from ‘we the people’ in the last couple of days than I have in my own industry in the last almost decade,” Ensing said.

The video, which she title “Conservatives aren’t going anywhere,” offered an insight into how America’s top makeup and beauty brands were excluding conservatives.

“What Sephora, brands, influencers, that are not including conservatives into their story, telling us that we are unworthy or bad people because of [our views]…that is not the future,” she said.

The “Make Makeup Great Again” website is now live, with products still to come.

Ensing caused a stir in November when she published a video on YouTube opening up about her conservative views.

On January 6, the day that the Electoral College votes were counted in Congress, Ensing caused more controversy by simply tweeting about the chaos.

“There’s not enough popcorn in the world for what’s about to happen,” she said.

It prompted a huge backlash from far-left activists online who pushed French makeup brand Sephora to sever ties with her.

Ensing reminded her followers that her tweet was about the “amount of corruption about to be revealed in our government,” but it didn’t matter. Left-wing activists established the narrative that she somehow supported a violent insurrection.

Sephora has denied that the deal was ended over politics, and instead said that Ensing was not aligned with the company’s “values of inclusivity.”

Uh, ok.

“Any claim that this decision was made on the basis of political or religions beliefs is inaccurate,” a statement from the brand said. “We respect each individual’s right to have their own perspectives and freedom of expression. However, Sephora reserves the right to terminate any partnership we deem inappropriate for our brand.”

Sephora announced a new plan in January to stock more products from black-owned beauty brands and to reduce the number of security outside of its retail stores, in what they called an effort to combat “racism” in its stores.

Is Sephora admitting to being…racist?

Ensing promised to release more information about the new makeup brand soon, which will give conservatives an opportunity to support a brand that doesn’t kowtow to Black Lives Matter talking points.