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  • Hello, lovely people!

  • So, this video is just what you asked for:

  • An extended cut of Claudia and I doing each other's make-up

  • It's a wife and wife make-up swap, and it was...interesting.

  • Some bits are going to be the extended goodness that you've already seen, and some are just completely new

  • Random anecdotes and stuff that we chatted about

  • for an hour and a half

  • whilst doing each other's make-up.

  • So, I mean, that's what you get when you marry your best friend.

  • So, without further ado

  • Make-up!

  • J: So, what we're gonna do is swap the make-up that we use.

  • Generally. So the make-up I use on myself, I'm gonna put on your face

  • and vice versa.

  • So we've got our little make-up bags in front of us.

  • J: Well, that's not true. C: No, I've got MY make-up bag.

  • C: Jessica's got her entire make-up drawer.

  • J: Do you wanna go first?

  • C: All right. What do I do after foundation?

  • J: So what do you normally do after you've done your foundation?

  • C: OK, well, this is a relatively new thing for me, but

  • I've started to do minimal sculpting.

  • Contouring/sculpting.

  • Whatever.

  • OK, so I use a light contour on day-to-day wear

  • and then maybe a medium contour for work.

  • I mean, for going out.

  • J: No, Claudia daytime. We'll do Claudia daytime. C: OK, my day-to-day wear.

  • J: I am a very pale person.

  • J: Just to remind you. C: I'll go for the soft contour on you, then.

  • C: Then we'll go for the highlights, so...

  • Do you want a radiance or a matte?

  • To be fair, I always go for matte, so I don't know why I'm asking.

  • I'll put matte on.

  • J: Except the other day you wore radiance, then you look like a skull.

  • C: I feel like this highlight isn't as white on you as it is on me.

  • For me, it's an obvious highlight; on you, it's like I can't even see it! It just looks like a mid-tone for you.

  • J: You can use the radiance one if you like. C: Yeah, maybe I'll have to use my evening one.

  • C: Whoops! Sorry!

  • J: OK! Well, I don't contour my face.

  • J: I just cover the entire thing in powder.

  • So...

  • C: It's very pearlescent for my face there.

  • J: The only powder I have--I wanted to use a new sponge for you, obviously

  • (very sanitary and whatnot), but this was the only one I had.

  • So...

  • J: You're going to feel like your face is just caked in powder.

  • That's going to be the feeling.

  • C: Oh no. That's the complete opposite to what I like.

  • J: Jesus! OK! [?]

  • J: Stop scratching your stupid face.

  • J: It's not a stupid face, I love it.

  • J: It's a lovely face.

  • C: You can't just insult me and then go, "It's not stupid!" [mimics kissing]

  • J: Yes, I can! That's marriage.

  • C: "Thanks for cooking dinner, darling. It's disgusting! But I love youu!"

  • C: "Don't ever cook again!"

  • C: "Don't worry, it's marriage."

  • J: Compliment sandwich!

  • C: Next stage for you...

  • J: Blusher?

  • J: You're staring at me!

  • C: Because, despite my make-up being more [?]--your upper lip is sweating.

  • J: Oh!

  • C: Everyone knows I get a sweaty upper lip.

  • C: You're wearing my make-up. Thus, you have a sweaty upper lip.

  • J: It's really weird having someone else poke your eye. C: Yeah.

  • J: When it's you, you're so prepared.

  • So ready.

  • J: This feels very random.

  • C: Good. J: Excellent.

  • J: Thank you.

  • J: Now I'm gonna do blusher on you.

  • J: Oh, my God. OK. The eyebrows are going to be pretty interesting.

  • J: I just use pencil, and I have a very--like a little vintage line.

  • Also, my natural eyebrows. Look how long/ridiculously short they are.

  • C: Your eyebrows are not actually ginger.

  • J: No! Weirdly, my eyebrows are jet black.

  • J: When I was a little kid, I was really blonde,

  • but with jet black eyebrows.

  • C: Whoa.

  • J: That's not a good reaction!

  • J: "Woah!" C: No, no. Let me just...

  • C: pinch this in a bit.

  • J: What is that you've put on my face?!

  • C: That is literally just me following your natural brow.

  • J: I'm gonna close the door.

  • C: In case someone comes in and goes, "You, in the eyebrows!"

  • C: They look nice from afar!

  • J: Warn me before you squish your face up. C: I've got an itch in my nose.

  • J: Itch your nose.

  • C: Right, next bit's gonna be interesting.

  • J: What's the next bit? C: Eye shadow.

  • J: Oh, God.

  • C: I'm literally just doing how I do it on myself,

  • but your anatomy's a bit different. Like, I go up to here with my bone

  • --to my brow bone, but you don't have one, so...

  • J: Yep. Just go to my eyebrow.

  • C: It's not that bad.

  • C: Oops, sorry, I should tell you to shut your eyes.

  • J: OK!

  • J: Beautiful!

  • C: Oh, is that done?

  • J: No. C: Oh.

  • J: You live in hope.

  • C: I don't understand when girls are having their make-up done,

  • like they'll pay someone to have their make-up--

  • do they actually like the process?

  • Or do you think they just like the end result?

  • C: I like doing things that I know are going to make my whole body feel good.

  • But, then, I guess some girls - or guys - you know, who have their make-up done,

  • maybe that makes them feel like

  • really good.

  • Their whole body. You know?

  • J: I always like

  • the end result

  • but not the actual process.

  • C: Could you warn me?!

  • C: Christ.

  • C: How do you do that to your own face?

  • C: You could get one of those, you know like (just gonna reference what I know),

  • you can get little, um,

  • things that clean the inside of your cameras that blow air

  • and they have a brush

  • - that would probably be quite a good make-up thing

  • 'cause you could go [mimics the blowing]

  • C: and then brush away the... J: Oh yeah!

  • C: Are we going out like this as well?

  • C: Because we're going for like a pub lunch.

  • C: Are you gonna wear it to the pub? J: Yes.

  • C: Are you?! J: You have to wear yours to the pub, as well.

  • C: Nooo!

  • J: Yeah! C: Nooo, no, no, no.

  • J: Oh, wait, so I have to wear your clothes to the pub, but you don't have to wear my clothes to the pub?

  • C: No, OK, fair enough. We'll both feel uncomfortable,

  • C: so... J: Either we both feel uncomfortable or we both feel fine

  • C: Don't squint. God, this is going to be really hard to do.

  • C: All right.

  • J: This is probably going to feel like a lot of eyeliner to you.

  • J: And voila, eyeliner. C: Ta-da!

  • C: Feels very uncomfortable.

  • C: Shall we just do the rest of our make-up ourselves?

  • J: OK. C: Because, like, I don't know.

  • C: I'll just tell you what I do, and you just do it.

  • C: It'll be so much faster.

  • J: There we go. Had to [?]

  • C: Yeah, it was faster.

  • C: I was using my [?] J: OK, onto hair.

  • J: So I've had mine--I tried to curl mine in the same way that yours is naturally curled.

  • C: I wash it and let it dry naturally.

  • If I blow-dry it, it just goes like "poof."

  • C: Or, in the words of a hairdresser, "Your hair is like a pyramid."

  • C: I was quite scarred by that. I was only fifteen, I think, and I was like

  • J: She still mentions it! Yeah.

  • J: Traumatic experience. C: I think it was because I was particularly slim

  • and, you know, had had a bit of a growth spurt

  • and I was just basically a bit of a bean pole.

  • And then just had massive hair.

  • J: But then you did have another hairdresser who shaved the underside of your hair.

  • C: But not in a cool, trendy way! It wasn't like half my head was shaved.

  • J: Yeah, not like you're imagining. C: She literally just lifted up half my hair and shaved the underparts.

  • C: And then just put it back and went, "Look, it's a lot better now."

  • My mum came to pick me up and she was like, "Oh, it looks lovely, darling!" but she hadn't seen the under bit,

  • and as soon as I left, I was like, "Mum, look..."

  • and she was like [dramatic gasp]

  • J: "What the Hell?!"

  • C: She was like, "We should go back and complain and get our money back!"

  • And I was like, "No!" because I was just so embarrassed.

  • J: She refuses to get her money back for anything.

  • C: That's not true, I'm better now!

  • J: Oh, yeah? Like the other night with that drink that was so disgusting.

  • C: Yeah... J: And you were like, "No, we can't tell them that they've made a disgusting drink."