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  • Mhm.

  • Hey, it's me some old and I'm here to show you some skin care and the makeup for one of my favorite looks from the show.

  • So let's get into a baby first.

  • We're gonna start with the skin care and I know out there you're a little bit obsessed with the skin.

  • Ok, but you will be probably shocked to know that I don't use that much product on my face.

  • You know, I keep it real simple, real clean.

  • Real cute and effective.

  • First I used this the auto correct.

  • And this is from sunday Riley.

  • I noticed I bring it all the way down.

  • Honey.

  • Do you puff the cheeks to puff the under eye?

  • Nothing wrong with that.

  • And next I go in with here, this lovely little ceo cream were actually the serum.

  • Excuse me, I do my little drums upon my things.

  • And this is also another brightening moment here, a little moisture in the face because I like to look like I am glowing at all times.

  • I noticed when I first started drag, you know, because I was younger.

  • So I was like, oh, you know, I'll just take it off and it'll be fine.

  • But then as I got a little bit older, I realized that's not cute.

  • The pores are getting clogged.

  • The skin is getting drier.

  • It's just not good.

  • So, I had to really hone in and take care of it.

  • Especially now being a full time queen, you have to take care of your skin because it's the base of everything and you're putting makeup on it every day for hours on end.

  • So I'll make sure she is stunning.

  • Uh this right here changed the game.

  • Sometimes you put a product and it's like, okay, but this, no, this is it the good genes baby.

  • If I could bathe in this, I would and I put it everywhere.

  • I'd like to go in and moisturize.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Now that our skin care is done, we can get into the makeup.

  • So I started with my contacts brown.

  • I was I love you and all but the enchantress, she's gotta, she's gotta come on through.

  • The contacts are in the eyes the soul darling.

  • Or wait what they say.

  • Oh, eyes windows.

  • So got it.

  • Okay, now it's time for the crime there.

  • And this one I use one size.

  • Next up is a foundation.

  • I use the next um can't stop, won't stop.

  • And I use the liquid.

  • I, I don't particularly like using a heavy foundation.

  • I'll go back in with concealer and all that stuff.

  • I was using a more yellow toned foundation at first and I didn't notice I was just putting it on, You know what I'm saying?

  • And I actually got a youtube comment that I needed to start using a little bit more red and I listened and baby the transformation is leaps and bounds better.

  • Yeah, you do not forget your neck.

  • I a baby simone, she forgot her neck kind of enter the pictures, you can tell.

  • And now the time has come for concealers.

  • One of my favorite parts of this whole thing.

  • So I use these three lovely girls.

  • We're gonna start with this one in the shade banana.

  • When I first started doing makeup, I was like, oh I'm pretty, I don't need to put on all of this darling and we will be like um actually now you're a drag queen and you can start wearing more makeup and of course was resistant to that thought as time went on, I was like, yeah, maybe they're right and I feel like my makeup has gotten a lot better because of it.

  • I like to use a well used beauty blender if you will.

  • Mhm I like the light to hit here.

  • The brightest I love because I love my eyes and I think I have gorgeous eyes and so I like this to be the brightest and the most concealed when I was first doing makeup, I was, there wasn't really youtube around, there weren't that many black gurus.

  • And so I was watching white girls do their makeup and so I would go to match my foundation colors and things with what was at the drug store, which is also very minimal.

  • I really taught myself how the colors that I need to use and where to place everything because there weren't really any one else there for me to look up to.

  • So I'm glad I kind of get these opportunities to kind of show how how I do my thing.

  • So that other people that you know look like me can uh watch and learn because I didn't really have that.

  • So it's always nice to be that for other people.

  • And from here I go in with the contour color and this is earth and this is kind of just more of a way for me to confine the brightness where I want it to really carve out.

  • Yeah, my cheekbones so I can really map out my face and where I want by shapes to E and I really try on the edges here to marry the two.

  • So that doesn't look like such a harsh Line.

  • Look at that she's getting here, look at that.

  • So when I first started doing makeup actually, it would take about four hours.

  • So just do the makeup part.

  • Like literally just do the makeup for 24 hours the more I've done it.

  • And of course being on TV the race.

  • It is truly a race.

  • It's in the name is not a joke.

  • We're playing around here.

  • Okay, so I can do my makeup now in about an hour, hour and a half and they don't call it the olympics of drag for nothing because we have literally, you see, I'm going with this beauty blender on my face like this because it's almost traumatic quickly.

  • We have to get ready.

  • So it's kind of great in the way though because it's muscle memory now.

  • So I know my face, I know where everything needs to go.

  • Once you have it you got it baby, there's no mistake and I got it and I'll go right here and then I'll go back in with the earth and do the jawline.

  • Yeah mm mm last but certainly not least.

  • I use this little lovely here, kevin Kwan and literally do this like you see how much that is.

  • Yeah.

  • And I just used this concealer right here under the island right here because this is where like like once again to be the brightest and just to help with coverage because I have the issues with those lovely little bags under there.

  • So anything helps.

  • And she is I tend to think the less is more when it comes to the face products.

  • Just simply because I don't want to look too cakey.

  • I like using just enough to get into the point across.

  • So just like the concealers, I use three different powders to set my face.

  • I like to set the under eye um simply because I don't want to decrease.

  • And this is where I use the most powder just to make sure it's really set in there.

  • I like to have all of this connected and to be the same color.

  • I'm going with this powder here.

  • The dark deep.

  • Yeah.

  • And now that we've set the whole face, we'll go back in with the highlight powder that I use underneath the eye.

  • Okay.

  • And so now it is time for contour and I have found that the best contour for me is just using eyeshadows because the contour palette that I found just don't go dark enough.

  • So I just got I would get like this and get and use the two darkest browns.

  • And I feel like that's more of a natural drag moment or as natural as we can get doing, drag, you know?

  • Yeah, for the cheek contour, I'll take a brush like this and go in and I'll start right up here and make this line just because it's a little bit more precise.

  • You see how that just lifts you all the way up.

  • I wanted to be up, up, up.

  • Yeah.

  • So this third power here is powder.

  • Excuse me.

  • That's a little bit more orange.

  • I just go in here.

  • The cheek is more cut out.

  • So we're just bringing everything back.

  • We're bringing everything back that we kind of took what we did to all of our face powder and now that we've sculpted contour with these.

  • I'm gonna go back in over the contours of my face.

  • And so actually take this shade right here and I guess I consider this the bronzer and I'll take it.

  • You'll see here.

  • What a difference it may didn't I say before.

  • I didn't put that much makeup on, I guess a lot of y'all, now that they're actually analyzing myself.

  • I lied.

  • I lied.

  • I all right.

  • So now I'm gonna go in and contour my nose real quick and so I'll go back in with this powder here.

  • Then take right here.

  • Now.

  • I don't go crazy on the nose contour.

  • I do it enough to know that it's, there is a little bit of shadow, but I personally like my nose.

  • I do it enough.

  • Just say I've done it.

  • Just put it that way.

  • So I'll go in with this one right here and we will blend darling blend blender, the power that we have for the highlight that we use something right here, dip cute and then go on the side and I'll take it all the way down here.

  • Yeah, this is an eye primer.

  • I'll take it in this.

  • Well tell me where I want to put my colors on my eye.

  • I usually take this brush before don't go over and kind of, you see this shape being created already a kind of do that because the next step is my least favorite step of it.

  • All.

  • All right.

  • Next is browse, I use this here.

  • I'll take the darkest one and, and I go little by little I, you know, you can always take away, but I try not to make too many big moves.

  • I swear if I'm ever late, this is why when I first started I um, beginners makeup, I use my real browse tragedy a mistake.

  • I just shaved them off and had probably a little bit of a panic attack about it for a little bit.

  • Mm I don't like having like such a harsh line underneath my brow.

  • You know, define it and then blend it out a little bit.

  • I'll take this here.

  • Yeah.

  • Now I'm gonna go in with this paul made here from Anastasia O.

  • G.

  • And really go in and make it more pronounced And they never really look like twins.

  • Sometimes they look like sisters.

  • All right.

  • So now it is time for the eyeshadow and I'm gonna go with this lovely little palette here.

  • I really loved playing with colors and you know, trying to really find my individuality.

  • You know, I've always kind of been that way.

  • I've never really, I wanted to look like anyone else.

  • I've always want to look like myself.

  • I think that's important when you do drag.

  • I think it's important to find what makes you you and what makes you shine and sparkle And that was really important to me When I started dragging extra important when I went on the show, I don't know how we went from my side of that, but I'm gonna take my finger and I'm gonna take these two lovely colors here.

  • I'm gonna blend them together.

  • I'm gonna put them right here.

  • I tend to be more on the quiet side.

  • And so when I was on the runway, I was like, how can I use fashion as a tool to get my point across and say what I want to say.

  • You know, I wanted to say something and I think when you get a platform and you're on tv and you have the ability to be in front of people into in a way, influence how people see you.

  • It's important to take advantage of that.

  • We wouldn't have a lot of things without drags.

  • So it's very important that I felt anyway, that I take this opportunity to hone in on that.

  • I'm gonna take this lovely shade and this lovely shade here and start mapping out a crease.

  • Mhm Purple is the color of royalty.

  • If you did not know, I don't get it twisted.

  • Now it was a long journey for me.

  • I did not always feel that way.

  • Um like I said, I was a very shy kid.

  • I was very into myself.

  • So when I found drag it really gave me a way to to voice how I felt and how I saw the world.

  • Fashion and hair and clothes was my way of expressing myself.

  • I'm gonna go in with a little lighter.

  • This right here to kind of blend here.

  • So it's just a little bit more to teach a bit more dimension.

  • We're gonna take this lovely here I go in and now, you know the trusty dusty eyeliner.

  • I use a pin and you see how I kind of went in here with a purple to kind of already get that hair, I'm going to follow that line with this color.

  • Mhm mhm I'm kind of going in and reinforcing it with a shadow.

  • Going to take a darker to start purple here and inch ever so slightly.

  • Just you know, I do tiny strokes, get the desired shape where we want it to be.

  • And I kind of worked from the lightest to the darkest, I find that to be the easiest to do really laid down the groundwork so that the darkness can make this pop more.

  • Hm look at that gorgeous girl arriving the ball and I'm gonna go in with the black here, but I'm just gonna take it right here.

  • Mhm and just blend darling, working with Thanks mm Now it is time for lashes.

  • I have these big old, these big daddy's but I love a huge lash.

  • I just think, I mean it covers pretty much all the work I just did.

  • But the last is our great.

  • Now this drag trick is a real like this is some tracks up there, I use a hair bond, we bond glue.

  • Yeah, I'm gonna take a big old fluffy brush and I'm just gonna wipe away audit powder and I like you see, I use the whole time to bake because I like the colors to really stick into the skin.

  • So usually from here I would do my blush and a highlighter but today, this lovely well used 50 beauty combo here and this is for the highlight and it will bring color back into the face as well.

  • Rihanna actually shout out, hey girl actually deemed me on instagram and told me how so very proud she was me and how it was amazing to see me on the show.

  • And I literally, I kid you not lost my mind five a.m. In the morning.

  • I was on my way to shooting one of my looks for the show actually and I got that Gm and was like, what?

  • Yeah, she's like my, one of my biggest idol.

  • So for her to say that like know that she's watching and supporting me was so fabulous and I'm gonna take this one right here and go right here, I am talking about duo highlighter.

  • I try to do at least 21 darker so that the whole thing is highlighted but the light really hits and that one particular spot, as you can see for this particular lip, we're gonna go in with three lovely little products here and I love to line my lips first and I start usually you're right here and now that we are line, we're gonna go in with the color.

  • So last but certainly not least is the glass part and um it's my favorite part.

  • It makes the lips look so dry for one and then also it makes it look so much better.

  • So I'm gonna go with my sister Gs lip gloss.

  • So I'm gonna take it, put it on actually my finger, gorgeous.

  • Then I will take the beauty sponge the back end of it and just really pat it in.

  • All right, my divas, the makeup is done now.

  • It's time she get into the garment.

  • Are you ready?

  • Oh, I know you ready.

  • Hold on, hold on.

  • Let me get back.

  • I'll be back in a minute ill.

  • Hey, y'all, I'm back, all glands from head to toe and I am in my drag leganza drag excellence dress from the show.

  • I've had such a great time doing my makeup here with you guys and getting into full regalia.

  • I hope you enjoyed yourselves.

  • And hopefully I'll be seeing you lovely diva soon via.

  • Mhm, mm hmm.

mhm.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/04
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