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Makeup Artist Draws Kim Kardashian On Her Chin
If you think Michael Jordan crying meme is hilarious, the Kim Kardashian one is twice as funny. As much as we love Kim K, she will never get out of this one -- ever. Let's be honest, her cry was monumental and quite hideous -- then again, who really has a lovely looking smile anyway? While Michael Jordan has been getting the most shine lately for his crying meme, it didn't take long before someone came along and put the infamous Kim Kardashian meme on the map. You've seen it on blogs, you've seen it on cellphones, and you've even seen it on shirts, but have you ever seen it on someone's chin? If not, today happens to be your lucky day. A talented makeup artist decided it would be cool if she drew cry baby Kim on her chin and believe it or not, it actually came out looking rather amazing. You cannot tell me that makeup is not a form of art. Laura Jenkinson is a makeup artist known for recreating images on her chin using her ever so amazing makeup skills and if you thought this was pretty awesome, just wait until you see her Donald Trump drawing -- yikes. In the meantime, keep scrolling and check out the images below. How epic is this? Looks just like Kim. Seriously. Of course, you can't have Kim without Kylie and her new lips. Amazing! Looks just like Jay-Z. Big lips and all. He has that same sinister look he always has on his face. Donald Gump. Ooops, I mean't Trump. Hey Everyone, look it's Finn from Adventure Time! And of course, I had to save the best for last and for @alywoah. Tacos! How amazingly odd are these works of art? Which one is your favorite? @alywoah @danidee @humairaa @cindystran @sophiamor @buddyesd @marshalledgar @YourConscience @shannonl5 @TessStevens @MyAffairWith @EasternShell @Cle1 @jazziejazz @primodiva93 @stephosorio @LizArnone
Kim Kardashian Reveals Her Biggest Beauty Regret
Contrary to popular belief, not every celebrity woke up like that. Thanks to a bit of nipping, tucking and lasering they have a brand new look that makes us all wish we looked half as flawless, but believe it or not -- they didn't always look that way. Kim Kardashian admits that she regrets getting her baby hairs permanently removed via laser. On her personal site, the popular icon said, 鈥業 lasered my baby hairs off years ago, because my forehead had all these little baby hairs, and I would always break out because of them.鈥 She also goes on to talk about how she lasered her neck saying, 鈥業 also lasered my neck because I had such a hairy neck. Every photographer would photoshop them out anyway, and I thought I looked better without the baby hairs, but now I miss them. I think they look youthful! So ladies, you can always laser your hairline, but I miss mine.鈥 At the end of the day, this goes to show that despite the contouring and the sandbagging or even the lasering, she's human. I wouldn't be a surprised if she wasn't the only celebrity who had a beauty regret because it's expected. We all have good days and we all have days when we want to go get a rhinoplasty or get our body tanned only for it to turn out ten shades too dark. It happens, but that's life and in the end we have to suck it up and love ourselves regardless. I would have to say my biggest beauty regret would be getting my eyebrows waxed too thin growing up and now they don't grow in thick. They're sparse and filling them in is the only thing that gives me that thick brow look I absolutely love. I probably have ten more beauty regrets, but who doesn't? Keep scrolling to check out a video that speaks on a few typical beauty regrets we might all be able to relate to below. What's your biggest beauty regret? Leave a comment below. @TessStevens @alywoah @humairaa @hikaymm @EasternShell @stephosorio @amobigbang @LAVONYORK @marshalledgar @MyAffairWith @TurtleyTurtles @VeronicaArtino @sophiamor @jazziejazz @cindystran @nicolejb @ButterflyBlu
The Summer Makeup Trend You Need To Get Hip To
Makeup junkies, there's a new, or not so new trick in town. Every so often, a new makeup trick pops up on the scene. First it was contouring, then highlighting, then baking and now sandbagging. I mean seriously, will we be able to keep up with all the new tricks in another year or so? I guess time will tell. Of course, Kim Kardashian's makeup artist put this trick on the map after posting the technique just in time for summer. Similar to the baking technique, sandbagging is all about absorbing oils and grease from the face via setting a powder on top of your foundation. According to Marie Claire, 'All you have to do is use a sponge to cake on loose powder over foundation, focusing specifically on the areas underneath the eyes and around the bottom edges of the lips. After the powder is applied, you wait a few minutes for it to set鈥攖he idea being that it absorbs oils from the skin and ensures that those areas will stay ultra-smooth and matte throughout the day.' While this trend isn't technically new, it's new to most, so we are going to pretend it is. This technique not only absorbs oil, but it sets makeup and ensures your makeup won't bleed outside of the lines. Talk about heaven sent. If this technique sounds like it's up your alley and you're in need of absorbing some access oils, keep scrolling and check out the brief tutorial seen below. Are you familiar with the sandbagging technique? Would you be interested in giving it a try? @TessStevens @humairaa @stephosorio @hikaymm @marshalledgar @amobigbang @LAVONYORK @VeronicaArtino @primodiva93 @MyAffairWith @jazziejazz