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  • (unicorn hoof beats)

  • [Ryan Voiceover] Ooh aah!

  • I'm so cute.

  • Hey what's up everybody it's your girl Superwoman.

  • So today I'm going to give you guys a tutorial

  • starting off with smelling my hair.

  • It smells like oils.

  • Um hi, yup, said that already.

  • So yeah let's get this started.

  • What you want to do first is start with these facial stretches.

  • This is called the monkey.

  • This one's called the no neck.

  • And I don't know what that one...

  • Oh we're ready to go apparently.

  • Here are my Listerine mints

  • that I'm going to start off with.

  • Oh no it is a cream and I'm going to start rubbing that on my cheeks incredibly fast.

  • Have you ever seen hand speed like this before?

  • Because I haven't.

  • Damn son, done!

  • Next we have these two eyeliners.

  • They're my favorite eyeliners.

  • You always want to start with your false eyes.

  • See all five of them.

  • What you want to do is put your eyeliner on your wrist first.

  • Then you're going to kind of rub it--

  • Oh you're going to shake it up, no,

  • you're going to rub it on your hand or shake it up,

  • whatever you want to do I'm just showing both methods.

  • Throw it, throw that shit away, you don't need that.

  • See just put it on your hands, boom.

  • And then you get your paint brush.

  • Same paint brush you guys used for your Father's Day paintings that we taught you last week.

  • So now we get to the application process.

  • As you can see you don't want to just paint it on your face.

  • Oh don't tell anyone this is a secret.

  • What you want to do is dab it everywhere.

  • Fun fact this is where the dab came from.

  • It's actually from a makeup tutorial.

  • My makeup tutorial.

  • See?

  • Wipe your chin because it gets itchy sometimes,

  • So now you're done with your eyeliner.

  • Next thing you want to do is your foundation.

  • This is a cream based foundation from Mac L'Oreal.

  • Oh it's so ticklish when you do your ears.

  • And you want to start off by contouring with the foundation on your jaw.

  • And you want to start off by contouring with the foundation on your jaw.

  • Yes, it gets repetitive.

  • And you do that over.

  • Now you get your nose because you want to

  • contour your nose to make sure it doesn't look flat.

  • Oh got a little boogie right there.

  • Don't want to get any boogers in your contouring.

  • So you continue to contour your entire face.

  • I like to do it not in my hair apparently.

  • That's how you get dandruff.

  • Make sure you guys don't do that.

  • I like to get under my hairline folds

  • for that nice LeBron look,

  • and then I work on my chins.

  • So this is great for if you're starting to

  • sprout new mustache and beard hairs, so you want to really

  • get around that section to make sure that

  • that doesn't show up.

  • And yes I'm also starting to get chest hairs so

  • what I want to do is cover that up with this ball.

  • This ball is basically like the fidget spinner for the 90s.

  • This is called a stress ball.

  • You flick that away once you're done.

  • And then you pull out your Father's Day paints again

  • and what you want to do is start painting your eyes.

  • Remember my favorite color is this one,

  • which is literally invisible color

  • because nothing's happening.

  • See, look at that.

  • There's literally nothing.

  • It's one of my favorites.

  • The whole point of makeup is so that you don't see it.

  • You don't want to have too much make up or else

  • people will think you're a clown.

  • So this makeup color is also called Nothing.

  • As you can see as I apply it, it actually looks like

  • nothing is happening, but that's what we want,

  • because you don't want to look like a clown.

  • So, done.

  • Next what we want to do is get this black toothpaste

  • and shake it up a little bit because the last thing you want

  • is clunky makeup eyes.

  • So you pull your eyes back

  • and I swear this is not a racist thing,

  • this is a technique to put on eye makeup.

  • Ironically it originated in Japan.

  • So what you want to do is grab you fidget spinner pen,

  • it's from Smashmouth, you know,

  • Somebody once told me

  • and basically you do that, sing that song in your head

  • while you apply this to your eyebrows.

  • As you can see the difference

  • between the side that is done and not,

  • what it really does is bring out the caterpillar

  • in your eyebrows and that's what you want to go for.

  • I don't know.

  • See like I don't know.

  • This next step is called the eyelash squisher and yes,

  • it is very scary and very painful.

  • See you've got to pray.

  • And basically you squeeze your eyelashes as hard as you can.

  • Ooh that hurts so much and you know it's uncomfortable

  • but it's necessary to kill all the germs.

  • After you sanitize your eye hairs what you want to do

  • is coat them with this nice little eye hair conditioner.

  • You know it's like after you die your hair

  • you've got to take care of it.

  • Next you want to put a little bit of spit on your eyes.

  • As you can see I used a Q-tip.

  • This is for that all natural spit smell.

  • It gets all the guys, all the cuties.

  • As the saying goes, "With spit eyes you get more guys."

  • It's a repetitive process

  • but we're going back to the eye thing.

  • And this is the part where a lot of girls give up on

  • because you don't want to do this over and over

  • but I'm telling you, you need to do this

  • as many times as I'm doing it

  • because you want to have a very thick, dark coating around your eyes.

  • That's the whole point of putting on eye makeup,

  • is that you don't have to squint when the sun's really bright.

  • If you notice, football players do the same thing

  • below their eyes.

  • They put eye paint next to their eyes

  • so that they're not squinting

  • and they can catch the football.

  • Same concept.

  • The next step in making makeups is to apply your powder

  • and this is for your cheeks.

  • This is called blush powder and what you want to do

  • is basically spread this all over your cheeks

  • for that contouring look.

  • It'll make you a little bit red like you had a couple of drinks if you're Asian

  • or if you spent some time in the sun for white people.

  • And then we're going to get to the lips.

  • Apparently I'm going to go with a nice bright red.

  • I really like this color because it brings out

  • my pillows in the background.

  • I don't know if you guys can see that but it really does.

  • And this is my famous cologne.

  • It's called Believe by Justin Bieber and I basically

  • spray it on my face to make sure that I am always not dry.

  • (imitates kissing)

  • And we are done so thank you guys so much for watching.

  • Check out the comment section so you can tell me

  • how good I look.

  • And this is your girl Superwoman.

  • Like I always say at the end of videos,

  • TEE HEE.

  • - Yo hope you enjoyed that video.

  • If you did, give it a big thumbs up.

  • Not even for me, for Ryan, he did such a good job.

  • His link is in the description.

  • Make sure you show him some love.

  • My last video's right over there.

  • Blog channel right over there.

  • Tomorrow is Ask Superwoman Live Special Edition

  • featuring FouseyTube, so make sure you check that out.

  • And subscribe because I make new videos

  • every Monday and Thursday.

  • One love Superwoman.

  • That is a wrap and zoop!

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