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I saw this the other day, and I put to watch later, so I finally watched it. I know what to be for Halloween bwahahah, she has done different idol cosplay makeups,I like her videos, I'm going to try them :3
Who wouldn't want to cosplay as these beautiful men, women, or idol? I would (*゚▽゚)ノ
I'm pretty sure that my make up is going to turn out like this,........... I look fabulous
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