Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - What do you think of my makeup? - Good. - Good? Did you do a good job? What part did you do? Yeah? What else did you do? My lipstick? Wyatt did my lipstick. (cheery music) ^Hey guys, I'm Hannah, the world's OK-est mom and welcome to my bathroom. If you're a busy parent like me, you know that mornings with kids are the most hectic time of day. I'm not paying attention to what I'm wearing or how I even look as long as my kids have pants, we're good to go. One thing I've heard is that if you want to try something but you don't have the time for it, outsource it. ^So per your suggestions, I'm gonna have my two kids ^do my makeup for a week. My six year old and my three year old boys are going to do my makeup for a week. I think this is gonna be a disaster but this is what you guys wanted and best case scenario, you know, they enjoy themselves and I learn a couple makeup tips. So wish me luck. ^I have a question. ^- What? ^- Do you want to do my makeup today? - Yeah. - Okay. Are you gonna do it? - Yeah. - My kids' relationship with makeup thus far is kind of just this mysterious thing mom has in her purse that you're not allowed to touch so you really want to touch it and like, make a huge mess of it. Like gum. I can't even tell you how many times Wyatt has taken my Colourpop liquid matte lipstick and put it on himself and then lost the tube. They're probably under a random piece of furniture just like slowly staining everything because if anybody owns that you know how much it gets all over everything and it does not come off. I didn't really give my kids any guidelines, I just kind of spread it out like a big smorgasbord but I realized very quickly that that was not the way I should have approached things because all they did was take their makeup brushes and mix every single makeup that was out there together and just pile it all over my face. It's like when you're a little kid in a restaurant and you have a fountain drink cup and you decide to get a little bit of every flavor because it seems like a cool idea but it actually tastes really bad. That's basically how the first day went. ^Okay so this is me ready for the day. That's concealer. And they did my eyebrows and mascara and eyeshadow and blush. Didn't really blend my concealer and my lips. You guys happy with your work? - Yeah. - It's really funny because I didn't give anyone a heads up on this experiment but the second I walked into work, everyone was like, Do you like my makeup? - Looks like someone special put it on you. Your children? Your sons? - Everybody knows. Can you guess who did the lipstick? - Wyatt. - Yeah. ^We are trying a makeup look today that is called "high school dance". That's what the boys picked. I'm hoping that when they're done I'm gonna look ready for homecoming. I have my coffee, oh you're cool, and a whole spread of makeup out and ready for them to use. So are you guys ready to do it? - Yes! - Yay! - Yay! - We decided that I was gonna pull up a list of different makeup looks and they'd get to choose one. I'd pull up an image of what it looked like and then show them the brush and the shade they would use to achieve that and then they took that and ran with it. And it went a lot smoother as far as not ruining all the makeup I'd just bought but they're not, they're just not good at doing makeup? This was a look with a lot of heavy eyeshadow, highlighter, lots of blush, pretty lips but they were doing it at like, 8:30 in the morning so it looked very ridiculous. ^This is my homecoming look! This went a lot worse than I thought it would. I don't wanna leave the house. Really did not think it could look this bad but here we are. Get your pants on, okay. Go get your pants on. ^Today we're gonna do a natural look because I feel like less makeup is better. Do you know how to do a natural look? - Yes. - I chose a natural makeup look because there is only so much you can mess up with nude eyeshadow and it really don't show. Wow. So I just needed a little break from the intensity and also my skin needed a break. I was getting very irritated eyes and I figured this would give them a chance to adjust. Mmm! Thank you, you did a good job. ^Here's my completed natural look. ^The lips are a little bare, like the corners were not completely done. I don't know if Wyatt was going for a 20's flapper look but the eyeshadow colors are pretty good. I really think the natural look is the best look so far because there was less for them to mess up. I did ask Matt how he thought the makeup looked. ^- You look beautiful. ^Just gorgeous. - And he could not tell the difference between the way I do my makeup and the way the kids did my makeup which, I think says something about my makeup abilities. ^So I think we're gonna do a smokey eye. ^- Yes! And lipstick. - And lipstick. Are you guys getting better at this? - Yes! - Yeah. I don't know about that. I don't know what it is with kids instincts, they just want the darkest most ugh, noticeable thing, they were just itching to use the dark colors. - First I'm gonna put this makeup on my mom. - And they were dying to use my eyeliner. There were some things that I just didn't have them use one of which was my eyeliner pen because I didn't want to lose an eye. I didn't want that in a two year old's hands anywhere near my face. Oh, ow ow ow. Oh my god. So I caved this time and I let them use the eyeliner. So Jackson is in charge of doing the eyeliner and I totally understand what happened with him. ^Jackson started doing the eyeliner and was kind of ^of those things like, I can relate when you're doing your winged eyeliner and you get a part wrong and you end up just making it thicker and thicker and thicker until it's covering your entire eye, that's kind of what happened here. It happens to grown women, I can't fault him for it. It was a solid effort. I look like I slept in my makeup. Oh my god, I do not want to go out like this. Can I just wear my sunglasses all day? - Might be a little bit of a cop out if you agreed for them to do your makeup all week. - This day got a lot more reactions than the first day I had gone to work with the makeup. - Why are you wearing, oh. - I walked out to meet Nick to go to lunch and his immediate reaction was like, ^- Where are you going? ^You're not going to lunch looking like that. - [Hannah] Yes we are! - Why?! I can't. Cannot. ^- I wanna do rock and roll! ^- You want to do rock and roll high school? They kept asking to do rock and roll high school makeup because they're obsessed with The Ramones? What is that? - A song! - [Hannah] It's a song? Wanna do a makeup look based on rock and roll high school? - Yes. - Kay. We'll see how that turns out. It's like, you know when kids throw out arbitrary phrases for stuff where they're like "I want Spider-Man waffles" and I'm like we don't have, what constitutes a Spider-Man waffle? I don't know if these are meant to be second eyebrows or eyeliner but they're there. You can't really see how much eyeshadow is dusted under here and I'm afraid to touch it because I feel like it's all gonna smear but this was the first day that they started actually asking me "where does this go?" "Where do I put this?" "How do I blend it?" and they were super into learning the intricacies of doing makeup. Wyatt will even take a little makeup, like a little eyeshadow on the brush and hold it up and be like (blowing) and then put it on me. It was so funny to see them do it. ^I don't know, if I'm looking like this everywhere ^you can't really tell but also my face overall looks a lot pinker than the rest of my body. But if I go like this, if I walk around like this all day no one will notice. ^Today is glitter day. ^- Yeah. ^- Okay. - Princess. - Alright, lets do it. They had also been eyeing the sparkle eyeshadows for a very long time and the highlighter that I bought. They did a My Little Pony glitter princess highlighter all over my entire face makeup look. Look at that brush. This brush is a glitter forest. ^I don't know if you can tell, there's glitter everywhere ^and Wyatt kind of painted the sides of my face and today is the day I have to go grocery shopping. - Yay! - I love grocery shopping. It's like my happy place, my special time and I really didn't want to go in this makeup. That is some shiny all over my face. Even above my mouth. Alright, here goes nothing. We're going in. I didn't want to risk not being able to go back to that Trader Joe's out of embarrassment and I didn't want to risk being known as the woman with the weird makeup. This is so embarrassing. Every time I blink there's a glitter puff that flies off. The cashier was super nice to me. I know they were probably like holding in their laughter the entire time but they were very kind and I got through the entire shopping experience unscathed for the most part.