Jeffree Star
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Myspace sensation-turned makeup guru, Jeffree Star just posted two throwback photos that are making us miss 2009. Star took to Instagram to compare and look back on the past ten years.

First, Star decided to partake in the viral social media trend, #2009vs2019. In this comparison photo, we can see Star’s transformation from “punk rock to CEO.”

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#2009vs2019 from punk rock to CEO 👅 #Myspace #JeffreeStarApproved

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Then, Star shared another post with Miley Cyrus, citing that he and the singer have both changed drastically over the past ten years.

Myself and the legend,” Star says in the Instagram post. “Back then so many people were mad she was drinking an energy drink in this photo. I think we both turned out alright.”

However, Star wasn’t finished reminiscing. A few hours later, he posted another selfie from 2009, except this time it was with Demi Lovato.


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#2009 with my boo @ddlovato 💯 Can’t believe ten years has gone by since this photo! Love you girl ❤️

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Back in 2008 and 2009, Jeffree Star was on the Vans Warped Tour pursuing a music career. Check out a throwback of him doing a remix of “Boom Boom Pow” on the tour below.

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However, as of late, Star has been much more into the makeup scene. Recently, Star’s Aliene eyeshadow palette hit the shelves. Alien launched last November and uses the same formula as the popular Blood Sugar palette. Additionally, the palette is vegan, cruelty-free and highly pigmented. You can pick up one of your own here.

Watch Star talk with Ash Costello about launching his own beauty line at the 2016 APMAs below.

What were some of your idols back in 2009? Let us know in the comments below.

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