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Confirmed: Makeup is harder than it looks
“You don’t look like a clown, so that’s a win.”
Before heading out for the evening, countless guys have waited impatiently outside of countless bathroom doors wondering what the hell is taking so long while their girlfriends “put on their face.”
Now, thanks to a BuzzFeed video, at least three guys will have a better understanding of just how much detail and attention goes into makeup application. Patrick, Ben, and Justin each try their hand at applying foundation, blush, eyeliner, and lipstick to their girlfriends Allyn, Jess, and Elizabeth, respectively.
“You don’t look like a clown, so that’s a win,” Patrick said upon seeing the final results of Allyn’s face.
Maybe next time these guys will try picking out their girlfriends’ outfits and coordinating accessories.
Mike Fenn is a former contributor to the Daily Dot whose beats included Reddit, YouTube, and all things WTF. His work has also appeared in Forbes and News.com.au.