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  • - 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.