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in this lecture I’m going to talk about
pharmacology of antihypertensive drugs so let’s get right into it
hypertension or high blood pressure is a quite common disorder affecting many
people who typically don’t even notice any symptoms now in order to gain a
better understanding of pharmacology of antihypertensive agents first we need to
review a basic physiology of blood pressure regulation so when we talk
about blood pressure we are generally referring to the force or tension of
blood pressing against the artery walls now this pressure in the arteries is
maintained by among other things contraction of the left ventricle
systemic vascular resistance elasticity of the arterial walls as well blood
volume in other words blood pressure is simply a product of cardiac output and
systemic vascular resistance there are a couple of major systems involved in
blood pressure regulation first arterial blood pressure is regulated by pressure
sensitive neurons called baroreceptors located in the aortic arch and carotid sinuses so for example if blood pressure falls too low those baroreceptors can
send signals to the adrenal medulla causing release of catecholamines and
thus increase in sympathetic activity through activation of alpha and beta receptors
so activation of beta-1 receptors causes increase in heart rate and stroke volume
and thus increased cardiac output which leads to increase in blood pressure on
the other hand activation of alpha-1 receptors on smooth muscle causes
vasoconstriction and thus increase in vascular resistance which again leads to
increase in blood pressure now another major system involved in blood pressure
regulation is the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system so
we also have baroreceptors in the kidneys that respond to fall in blood
pressure or reduction of blood flow by releasing enzyme called renin
additionally renin secretion is also stimulated by sympathetic activation of
beta-1 receptors in the kidneys now renin is necessary
for the production of angiotensin II angiotensin II is a very potent vasoconstrictor which constricts systemic blood vessels thus increasing peripheral
resistance angiotensin II also constricts renal blood vessels and
stimulates aldosterone secretion which leads to sodium and water retention
thereby increased blood volume cardiac output and ultimately increased blood
pressure now let’s switch gears and let’s talk about antihypertensive
agents so there are several major classes of antihypertensive drugs which
work by interrupting different parts of this blood pressure regulating system
first we have alpha-1 blockers such as Doxazosin and Prazosin which block
alpha-1 receptors on the smooth muscle thus causing decrease in systemic
vascular resistance and ultimately decrease in blood pressure next we have
selective beta blockers such as Atenolol and Metoprolol which selectively block
beta-1 receptors on the heart thus causing decrease in cardiac output and
thereby decrease in blood pressure as you may remember we also have
non-selective beta blockers such as Labetalol and Carvedilol that can
additionally block alpha-1 receptors and thus simultaneously decrease vascular
resistance furthermore beta blockers can inhibit beta-1 receptors present on the
kidneys and thus suppress release of renin formation of angiotensin II and
secretion of aldosterone so these effects result in decrease in systemic
vascular resistance and again fall in blood pressure to learn more about alpha
and beta blockers make sure you check out my video about adrenergic
antagonists now the next major class of antihypertensive agents are centrally
acting adrenergic drugs which work by blocking sympathetic activity within the
brain example of drugs that belong to this class are Clonidine and Methyldopa
now Clonidine selectively stimulates presynaptic alpha-2 receptors thus
providing negative feedback to reduce catecholamine production and release
this leads to decrease in systemic vascular resistance and
cardiac output and ultimately decreased blood pressure Methyldopa on the other hand also lowers blood pressure through the same mechanism
however unlike Clonidine it is not an agonist itself so first it must be
converted to its active metabolite called methylnorepinephrine now let’s
move on to another major class of antihypertensive agents that is calcium
channel blockers so calcium channel blockers are divided into two main
subclasses dihydropyridines and nondihydropyridines now dihydropyridines
selectively inhibit L-type calcium channels in the vascular smooth muscle
under normal conditions when calcium enters the smooth muscle cell it causes
it to contract which leads to increased vascular resistance and thus increase in
blood pressure so when dihydropyridine drug blocks the entry of calcium into the
vascular smooth muscle cell the contraction is inhibited which leads to
decreased resistance to blood flow and thus lowering of blood pressure example
of drugs that belong to this group are Amlodipine Felodipine Nicardipine
and Nifedipine when it comes to side effects of dihydropyridines they’re
related to systemic vasodilation so you can expect dizziness headache flushing
and peripheral edema another side effect that may occur with this class is
swelling of gums also known as gingival hyperplasia now let’s move on to nondihydropyridines which are non selective inhibitors of L-type calcium channels in
other words they are not only capable of blocking calcium channels on vascular
smooth muscle but also calcium channels on cardiac cells such as those of SA
node and AV node which leads to reduced myocardial contractility slower heart
rate and slower conduction that’s why these agents exhibit significant
antiarrhythmic properties for more details make sure you check out my video
about antiarrhythmic drugs now it’s important to remember that even
though decreased heart contractions typically result in decreased cardiac
output nondihydropyridines do not
significantly decrease cardiac output most likely because of the reflex
tachycardia that occurs as a result of vasodilation currently there are only
two drugs that belong to this group namely Diltiazem and Verapamil now when
it comes to side-effects nondihydropyridines can cause excessive bradycardia
and cardiac conduction abnormalities additionally Verapamil which happens to
be the least selective calcium channel blocker can exert significant inhibition
of calcium channels in the smooth muscle that lines the GI tract which can lead
to constipation now the next major class of antihypertensive agents are diuretics there are three major classes of diuretics
that are used in the treatment of hypertension first we have loop
diuretics such as Furosemide which work by reducing reabsorption of sodium
chloride in the kidneys leading to significant diuresis with less volume in
the vascular space less blood returns to the heart so cardiac output decreases
this in turn leads to decrease in blood pressure particularly in patients with
volume-based hypertension and chronic kidney disease secondly we have thiazide
diuretics such as Hydrochlorothiazide which also reduce reabsorption of sodium
chloride in the kidneys but to a much smaller degree than loop diuretics this
leads to initial decrease in intravascular volume decrease in cardiac
output and ultimately lower blood pressure however the long term effects
on blood volume are minimal and sustained antihypertensive effects are
thought to be produced by thiazide induced vasodilation lastly we have potassium-sparing diuretics such as Triamterene and Spironolactone which increase
diuresis by either interfering with the sodium potassium exchange in the kidneys
or by blocking the actions of aldosterone potassium-sparing diuretics are often used in combination with loop and thiazide diuretics to reduce
loss of potassium that can occur with the use of these drugs for more details
make sure you check out my video about
diuretics now let’s move on to another group of antihypertensive agents that
is agents that work on the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system so
here we have three pharmacological targets that can be used to reduce the
activity of angiotensin II which is ultimately responsible for causing blood
pressure to increase first we have renin the enzyme responsible for conversion of
angiotensinogen to precursor of angiotensin II that is angiotensin I so
renin is the target of renin inhibitors which selectively inhibit this enzyme
thus decreasing production of angiotensin II the example of drug that
belongs to this class is Aliskiren secondly we have angiotensin-converting enzyme that is responsible for conversion of angiotensin I to
angiotensin II this enzyme is the target of ACE inhibitors so just like
inhibition of renin inhibition of angiotensin-converting enzyme also leads
to decreased production of angiotensin II however what makes ACE inhibitors
different is that in addition to lowering angiotensin II levels they
can also elevate bradykinin levels bradykinin is a peptide that causes
blood vessels to dilate by stimulating the release of nitric oxide and
prostacyclin however normally angiotensin-converting
enzyme inactives bradykinin so it’s inhibition leads to bradykinin induced
vasodilation the example of drugs that belong to this class are Benazepril Captopril Enalapril Lisinopril Quinapril and Ramipril
finally we have angiotensin II receptors type 1 or
AT1 receptors for short so binding of angiotensin II to these receptors is
actually responsible for most of the effects of angiotensin II including
vasoconstriction and stimulation of aldosterone release these receptors are
the target of angiotensin II receptor blockers or ARBs for short the example
of drugs that belong to this class are Candesartan
Irbesartan Losartan Olmesartan and Valsartan
so in summary the agents that work on this renin-angiotensin-aldosterone
system either block the production of angiotensin II or block its actions on
the AT1 receptors this in turn leads to decreased systemic vascular resistance
but without significant changes in cardiac output additionally these agents
reduce the effects of angiotensin II on renal hemodynamics specifically
angiotensin II constricts the efferent arteriole thereby generating back
pressure in the glomerulus which can lead to injury so by reducing activity
of angiotensin II these agents also improve renal blood flow and thereby
reduce the risk of renal injury now when it comes to side effects because these
agents suppress aldosterone release their use can contribute to
development of hyperkalemia furthermore ACE inhibitors in particular may cause
dry cough or in rare cases angioedema which can be life-threatening
this is thought to be due to increased levels of bradykinin and substance P now
before we end this lecture I wanted to briefly discuss few other antihypertensive agents that do not fall into any of the classes that we covered
thus far so first we have Bosentan which is a competitive antagonist of a
potent vasoconstrictor called endothelin-1 which acts on the endothelin-A and endothelin-B receptors located on pulmonary vascular cells by blocking
the action of endothelin-1 on these receptors Bosentan leads to
vasodilation which decreases pulmonary vascular resistance for that reason Bosentan is often a drug of choice for treatment of pulmonary hypertension next
we have Fenoldopam which is a selective dopamine-1 receptor agonist the
dopamine-1 receptors are located on the smooth muscle cells in the peripheral
vasculature as well as the renal coronary cerebral and
mesenteric arteries by stimulating dopamine-1 receptors Fenoldopam
produces generalized arterial vasodilation which leads to decreased peripheral
resistance and thus lower blood pressure additionally Fenoldopam inhibits
tubular sodium reabsorption which results in natriuresis and diuresis
due to its rapid onset of action and short duration of action
Fenoldopam is often used in the hospitals for short-term management of
severe hypertension another fast-acting agents that are also used for
hypertensive emergency are Sodium Nitroprusside and Nitroglycerin which simply serve as a source of nitric oxide a potent peripheral vasodilator lastly
we have direct acting smooth muscle relaxants namely Hydralazine with
mechanism of action that has not been entirely determined yet and Minoxidil
which works by stimulating opening of ATP-activated potassium channels in the
smooth muscle which leads to membrane stabilization making vasoconstriction
less likely while these agents significantly decrease peripheral
resistance they also produce significant compensatory reflex tachycardia and
renin release for that reason these drugs are typically administered in
combination with a diuretic and a beta blocker on the flip side topical
application of Minoxidil promotes hair growth which is why this drug is used
more often for treatment of baldness rather than hypertension and with that I
wanted to thank you for watching I hope you enjoyed this video and as always
stay tuned for more
– Welcome to this moment,
when I wasn’t really sure whatever happened in my career. But hey, we’re all about trying new things around here, aren’t we? (uptempo pop music) What’s up socials? Welcome back to AmyTV. Today we’re gonna do
something very different. I’m gonna step out of my usual box here. And it’s because of a
video I posted last week. We talked about how to
always look put together and I mentioned that I have a
camera ready makeup routine, as opposed to a normal
day or a day at home, where I don’t want anyone
to see me, routine. And a lot you expressed
interests in seeing what that makeup routine looks like. I have never done a
makeup tutorial before. This is a very different thing for me, but it seem like a
totally acceptable request because we talk a lot about video, and putting your best face forward. And for a lot of us, that
includes applying makeup in a way that makes us
look good on camera, which is not the same as
looking good in person. You have to do quite a
lot more to have a face when the camera is pointed at you. Honestly, if I can count
the numbers of times that people thought that
I hadn’t slept in a week just because I didn’t put eyeliner on, I’d cry a little. So that’s what I’m gonna do. I’m gonna step over to my desk/makeup area where I apply makeup
before I get on camera. So I can take you through
all of the crazy steps I do to look like this. If you are here to be mean
then I ask you to leave now because I just don’t have
the patience for it today. Okay? I’m here to help people
and a lot of a people did ask for this. You are about to see my
face without makeup on so, I care not to hear
what you think about that. This is for educational purposes and hopefully that is what you’re here for and hopefully it serves as that for you. Okay, so let’s hop over
to my makeup station and get this party started. Okay, so we’re still in my office. This is where I sit to do my makeup. I have some space in my desk
drawers, specifically for where I keep my makeup so I can
sit here in front of a window to do all of this. I just got out of the shower. I’m wearing my robe,
which is clearly the robe I wear to put makeup on. I’ve already got my beauty blenders ready. I have these … Obviously, this is huge, right? You have to get these
really, really soaking wet and wring them out if you’re not aware of how the beauty blender works. This is how I apply most of my makeup because there is a ton of
blending that is involved. A ton, but before we
can get to that point, we need to put on primer. I always wear a primer. The one that I typically go for is the Too Faced Primed Poreless
Skin Smoothing Face Primer. What it does to make
the skin like a canvas. is really, really nice. I like the way that the
texture of the primer is, which is why I use this one. It really does feel like
it’s filling my pores. So I’m gonna start with my foundation, which is the new NARS. It’s the Natural Radiant
Longwear Foundation. When I found out about this,
I was very excited about it because what I prefer on camera
is to not look too matte. I hate looking matte. My skin tends to go dry anyway. I know that, generally, it’s not advised to have any shine when you are on camera. But I prefer to have just enough glow that it doesn’t look like I am in desperate need of hydration. The color of it is Patagonia. I am not Patagonia,
however, that is because I really, really prefer
to make my skin darker than the actual white tone that it is because my videos are very white, right? We know that my background
is fairly clean looking. So, I don’t want to blend
in with my background. I want to look like I
have healthy skin tone. So it actually takes a much
darker color on my skin in order for me to be able to do that. I don’t like to waste this product so I try to put it on my face directly, and then just go straight
in with the blender. The biggest thing here
is that I’m just trying to spread it out as evenly as possible. And … blend a lot because the
best thing that I can do, especially when I’m going to
such a dark color on my face, is get it to be so deep into the skin that it doesn’t just wipe off. So I actually sit here
and probably blend makeup into my face for five minutes. Literally five minutes. I’ll just keep patting it
in, and blending it out, and then adding more and adding more. And sort of just building it up because I don’t like to put too
much on face right away cause then you start to lose control. I just want a little bit. Start working it in. Definitely come down the chin and I’m gonna get more of my
décolleté and everything later but I’m just gonna start
with what I have now. (uptempo pop music) Okay, so what I also like
to do in this situation, is just make sure that
I’ve really got it packed on to my face and it’s not going anywhere. So, I need a tissue. So I’m just making sure
I’m really, really, really pressing it in before I do this step. I like to take one ply
of tissue and just wrap the beauty blender with this,
and then just pat around. Especially in these areas where
I tend to pack it on more. And just dab it so that if there’s access, it’s coming off. And the reason I do that
is, I don’t like to feel like I could literally wipe my makeup off. And you’ll notice, if you’ve
done a really good job of blending, you won’t see a
lot of makeup on the tissue. Okay, so next we’re gonna do concealer. I have a couple of different … Of the NARS concealer that I like to use. Okay, so these are the
Radiant Creamy Concealers, which of course are probably
the most popular concealer to ever buy from Sephora, I’m pretty sure. It goes perfectly with
the Radiant foundation. So I have two colors. The color I typically go
for on a day to day basis, depending on if I got enough sleep, is Custard Medium 1. And if I think I need a little bit of help in the brightening department
underneath my eyes, which sometimes I really need it and other times, I’m like
eh, I don’t really care, it doesn’t really have
to be this brightness. But if I do, I go for light
2.5, which is Creme Brûlée. I think I am gonna do the light one. I think I am gonna do Creme Brûlée. (uptempo pop music) Again, same thing. The blending situation
needs to be for real. (uptempo pop music) Just patting, patting,
patting and I definitely go into the eye itself to do this as well, so that my whole eye looks bright and then bring it up above my eyebrow. I just feel like that’s more
consistent for the concealer and it’s not just a
line underneath my eyes, which I think is so
weird when I see people that didn’t really quite blend it right and they didn’t make it
look like it’s a look. (uptempo pop music) I like to just add a little bit more cause I’m getting some dark circles
now that I am getting older. (uptempo pop music) Now we need to do eyebrows. And I just bought this pencil
and I’m really liking it. You might’ve seen on my Instagram
stories that I could not resist the Benefit vending
machine at the airport. And this is the Precisely,
My Brow Pencil from Benefit. This is really important because
if you lose your eyebrows, you lose a lot of your face on camera. It’s really annoying. So we’re gonna start here. (uptempo pop music) Do you see the difference? Oh my god. That’s probably my favorite
thing that I do right now cause it makes such a big
difference to your face when you have eyebrows. (uptempo pop music) What I’m gonna do next is my eyes. I really, really stay simple with eyes. I’m not good at eyes. I’ve never wanted to be good at eyes. However, I started to dabble
in it a little bit more because one, Jaclyn Hill
did something very useful for someone like me. And I will explain that. So next, I’m gonna go in
with Lemon Aid from Benefit. This is their eye primer. I’ve had this for so long,
maybe that’s gross but it lasts forever. It literally makes everything
go on perfectly smooth. Nothing starts bunching up
in the creases of your eyes and I just tap it on so
that it starts working. Okay, so now we’ve got a good, good amount of primer. The brushes I’m gonna be using are from, something you might be able to
get, which is really useful. If you have no idea, if you’re
like me and you’re like, “I have no idea what
brushes I need to buy. I don’t know what they’re for. I don’t understand,
especially with eye shadow.” I was very, very excited
when Jaclyn Hill did a partnership with Morphe
and they basically made a brush kit based on what all
of her favorite brushes are. It has been the most useful
thing I have ever purchased, in terms of makeup and
understanding how to do it. She did a video explaining
every single brush and that was really cool. I’ll link to all of this
because it is so useful for me. I didn’t have to go do all this research of all the different
brushes that I needed. I was able to just buy this kit and that’s a one and
done, easy fix for me. And I love it cause you can
just keep it in this box. All of the brushes
don’t get all folded up. You can just have it open
on your desk like this. And all of the brushes
are in perfect condition. They’re not folded up,
they’re not all jacked. This is my favorite brush of all time. Ever, ever, ever. This is an all over eye shadow brush and it’s the Morphe M504. So you can kind of see that
this is gonna do a good job of putting color all over my eyes. I’m also gonna be using the R37. And this is similar but it’s
gonna help me stay focused in just one area of the eye. And the reason I’m using those is, I actually would prefer to
put one color on my eyes and be done but I’ve been
trying to be a little bit more sophisticated than that lately and go for two. I hate doing the crease
blending, blah, blah, blah. No, I have no interested
because it’s just too much work. Base color I’m gonna use is from the Naked2 Urban Decay Basics Palette. So I’m just using the all over
brush to put Stark all over. (uptempo pop music) So now I’m actually gonna take a bronzer. Not the bronzer I’m gonna use on my face. I’m gonna use a different bronzer. It is the Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil. Soleil. And so I’m gonna use that R37
brush and really pack it on but then also unpack it and I’m just gonna go on
to my lid with this one, just to add a little bit
of a different color. I’ve actually donne this
before, where I didn’t even put a base color on. I really love to just
put bronzer on my eyes and call it a day cause it is pretty much all I actually need, especially
for a day to day makeup. (uptempo pop music) And so now it looks like I
have eyes, which is lovely. Okay, so now I’m going to use … I’m gonna go back to the Naked2 Palette and something that I
prefer to do for eyeliner, which is extremely
important for me on camera, cause otherwise everyone’s like, “Oh my god, you look so tired, Amy. Oh my gosh, are you okay?” And I’m like, “No, I just didn’t
put eyeliner on, you guys. Can you chill?” I’m never gonna do that again because it’s the worst idea on camera. I hate doing eyeliner the traditional way. So I just don’t like to
touch my face that much when I’m doing makeup and so eyeliner causes so many issues for me. So, what I’m using is
probably the biggest godsend of my life because not only is it easier, it actually looks good
and my other eyeliner never looked good. So this is the M432 Morphe brush. It is a very flat edge
and what it’s gonna do is it’s gonna play the role
of applying eyeliner in a straight line, really nicely. So I’m going back to the eyeshadow palette with Undone, which is a very, very … I guess I’ll call it a dark brown. Like a really dark brown. Like almost gray coal. I love it. It’s not black and it’s not brown, but it’s a really dark color. And what I do is, just go to
the outer corner of my eye and work my way in. Because of my eyes, I don’t put eyeliner all the way to the inside. I try to just go to the
outside of the eyeball. I’ll stop there, but I’m
starting from the outside and working my way in. And I’ve just packed color on here and tapped a little bit off. And I’m just gonna push it down and maybe wiggle it a little
bit so that it sticks. And that’s it. I’m just gonna keep
stamping it along my eye. (uptempo pop music) And then I won’t put as much color on. I actually won’t even probably
put color on as I continue to go to the middle here
cause I want it to taper out and look like a natural line. (uptempo pop music) That’s it. Leave it alone, it’s fine. Oh my god, I love that so much. If you do like regular
eyeliner and you just wish it blended a little bit
better, this was getting me by before I realized this other trick. And this is the Morphe E18. And this is basically a pencil brush. So I would’ve taken this
end and sort of like … If I drew my eyeliner on
with a regular eyeliner or crayon, or whatever, I
would use this to blend it out. And that would help it
look a lot more natural. So I highly recommend that if you prefer your already fabulous eyeliner routine. This is the M213 and this brush is a nice little applicator for the inside of your
eye or your brow line. So, I’m just gonna use the
lightest color in this palette, which is called Skimp and pack it on to the end of this and just add a little
bit of lightness here. (uptempo pop music) And this is probably not the
ideal color for that either but I don’t like to use
something that’s white cause then it looks really unnatural. So you just probably want
to go for the lightest color in your palette for something like this. So the other thing you can do, and I don’t think I want to do it today, but I’ll take that same light
color and dab it in here and really brighten up the eye. But I think I’m gonna use
Touche Eclat for that today. This is the YSL Touche Eclat. This is basically a cream that pumps up into this little brush. And I like to just dab this
when I’m done with my … You really don’t need a lot. You really just pump it
one time and it just fills. It’s really, really good. And just tap that in there. Tap that in there. Just dab that out. Not too much cause otherwise
it disappears from my face. But just enough to really make
that eye look alive again, especially if your concealer
is not doing that for you. Mine isn’t bright enough,
really, to do that for me. Bronzer. So, today I’m going to use … I’m back on Hoola again. I just got this out of the Benefit vending machine because I was kind of missing it. And … What brush am I gonna use? The brush that I prefer to
use is, especially on camera, is one that defines my face a lot more. So, on a typical day, I would probably use the Morphe R2 because it’s very big. It’s more like sweeping motions. And I’m definitely gonna
use this on my neck. So I’m gonna go ahead and use Too Faced cause there’s a lot more space for me to put this brush than in the mini Hoola. This is not the normal size Hoola. I’m gonna just take this and pack on some bronzer
down here cause we’re clearly not matching our face right now. (uptempo pop music) And because I’m having to
do so much catch up with what color my face is and
what color my chest is, I don’t really tap off the bronzer. I just keep packing it on. I’m gonna use the Hoola and
I’m gonna use the Morphe M437. Which is just a nice, simple
brush that can help you be a lot more focused in
certain areas with your bronzer. And it also fits perfectly
in the mini Hoola because I was not able
to buy a full sized Hoola cause they were out of it, so. I’m gonna go ahead and pack
this on but then tap it off. Cause you want it all over
the brush but you don’t want to have way too much. I love Hoola, I don’t know
why I stopped using it. Because it’s a color that
matches so many people but you can pack it on as you need more and it will build up really nicely. So, I just want to come down to my lip to kind of draw that natural contour. I’m gonna start with the contouring. And again, I’m not that great at this but I just blend out everything I do and kind of make it work. But right now, we’re just
putting the color there. And if you’re gonna contour your cheeks, you’ve got to come up. So, coming up to the outside here. Really getting it into the
hairline so it looks natural. I come down a little bit here. Make it look like I’m actually sun kissed, which is not a thing, ever, ever, ever. I really just start
with those simple spots cause I don’t like to build
up one side of my face until I make sure I’m even on both sides. (uptempo pop music) Now I’m gonna use the big
brush to blend this out cause I don’t like how
harsh it looks right now. And I definitely need to
brush it up more into my … Because again, this is a balance between it needs to look right on camera, which you’re getting a view of. I’m looking at it naturally. But it also needs to be popping enough that you can see it on camera. The blush I have … I don’t even know if I love it. I’m just super lazy about blush. I’m the laziest, laziest blush user. I’ve just had this same blush forever. It’s Dandelion from Benefit. And this is sort of, I feel
like this is the next layer of the bronzer looking natural on my face. I don’t get all like … I just add it as a layer. And the other thing is, my beauty blender will come into play. As long as there’s no powder on my face, I will use my beauty blender
for fricken everything. I’ll take the blunt end
of this and if I’m like, “It’s too pink.” I’ll just blend it in a little bit. And the other thing is, I
can do this with bronzer too. If I’m still thinking this
doesn’t look quite right. Okay, before I get to highlight, this is probably my favorite
step in this process, is, again, I’m trying to
keep as much glow on my face as possible, so this is my
favorite product of all time. Literally all time. This is the By Terry
Compact Expert Dual Powder and it’s in Ivory Fair. This is really nice because
if you want a powder to set what you’re doing
but you don’t want to lose the radiance of the makeup
that you’re applying, you need something that
has some glow in it. That’s what I feel like this is. I’m just gonna use a fan brush for this. And really just get in there
and pack it on this brush. And tap it off a little bit. And I’m just gonna
flutter this on my face. And what this does is it just adds … Any of that radiance that could
potentially be going away, I keep it intact with this thing. So there’s definitely
a nice shimmer there. So have that done. And now that that’s done. That’s set. Now, I can go in with
highlight and not worry that it’s gonna get all over my face. If I were fluttering that
all over and I had highlight then we have highlight going everywhere. I want my highlight in one spot. This is my favorite highlight. This is an expensive highlight. It is the Dior Nude Air Luminizer. It comes in a compact like this. It’s really, really lovely. And it’s just a really simple tone. And I will use my Morphe 510, which came with this box as well. It’s a very simple applicator. I like it because it keeps
where I’m putting the highlight, very focused on where I’m
putting the highlight. I’m just gonna dress up
this brush, tap it off significantly, and just
go on the high cheekbone. Right here. And it looks like a lot
because we’re going on camera. And in person, I probably … If I’m just going to
a thing to see people, I’m not gonna put this much highlight on. I’m just not. But what I’m also gonna
do is blend it out. So I’m really just putting
it in place right now. I like to put a little bit above the eye, cause it’s meant to be
a bit lighter up here. Adds a little bit of shine there. Excuse me, above the
eyebrow, I should say. And my favorite other
places to put it are, a little bit on my nose, a little bit there, and cupids bow. This will help the
definition of your lip color. Now I need to blend this out because I look like a highlighted mess. Gonna just tap this. And you need to wash
this off and not use it for anything else because
now it has highlight on it. And I’m just gonna buff this in. It’s gonna look much more natural. Really, just touching only
the areas that have highlight. And although it looked significant before, you can just keep beauty blending
until your heart’s content and it is gonna help it
look so much more natural. (uptempo pop music) This is the They’re Real Tinted Primer. This is so good for no makeup days and not putting real mascara on. Holy crap. If you’re like me and
you have really, light, not very popping eyelashes,
this is a fantastic primer. So I’m gonna start with this. So this I’m gonna use … This is drugstore, the
Volume Million Lashes from L’Oreal Paris. I actually use a lot of
L’Oreal stuff usually but today, I guess not. And we’re just gonna dress these babies up just a little bit more. I will be putting a second
layer of mascara on. But I like to set my face in between and so I’m gonna be using
the Urban Decay All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray Long Lasting, baby. That’s what we really want. We want to get all the
mileage out of this. Now that that’s sort of finishing, I’m going for more mascara. (uptempo pop music) Okay, today I’m gonna go
with something a little bit more pink and so the
combination is going to be MAC Soar lip pencil. So you can see, it’s a dark pink color. (uptempo pop music) And then I’ll go ahead with my lipstick. It is the Tom Ford Blush Nude. It’s color 13. (uptempo pop music) So this is just one of the
nude combos that I like to use and it helps me keep that
really natural look on camera. Let’s just set it again for the fun. Love it. I love this spray. This spray is life. So just to give you a little
bit more of a close up of the makeup. And now, let me just
turn this one light on. So once you start getting your lighting, you can see how there’s a
little bit of radiance here but not too much. It’s not so shiny that
it doesn’t look right. And it’s not so matte that
I look like I’m dehydrated. So, there you go. I just got done applying my makeup. I moved over here to where I usually film. Turn my Canon 70D on. I have all of my light boxes on. The room looks as though I
am about to film a real video in it because this is what I typically do. Put that makeup on, sit here and film. So you can kind of see
the difference between me showing you that up
close and personal shot with the Sony RX100, and me
sitting in front of the Canon with a totally professional light set up, and how the amount of makeup
I put on really does matter because if I would’ve put a lot less on, you probably would not see
as many features of my face just because cameras are weird. They’re really making
us more high maintenance by the day, I tell you what. If this video was useful for you, please give it a thumbs up. I would like to hear in the comments what you thought about this. If this is something
you want to see more of, in terms of self care, how that applies in front of the camera, or not in front of the camera. There were some people who said, when I was polling you
guys about this video, “I would love to see
this, but quite frankly, it’s more interesting to
me what you would wear on a normal day.” So I don’t really know what
direction we’re going in but I’d love to hear
your feedback on that. It’s all about what you
guys want, truthfully. You know that that’s what I’m here for. But for now, that’s
all for today, socials. Thank you so much for tuning in. I appreciate it as always. Make sure you subscribe for good vibes and remember to continue
to go after the life that you want, even if it
means putting all of this stuff on your face. Cheers. (uptempo pop music)
>>>>I’M>>I’M HOLDING>>I’M HOLDING ONTO.>>I’M HOLDING ONTO.
>>>>>I’M HOLDING ONTO.
>>>INCREDIBLE>>I’M HOLDING ONTO.
>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM>>I’M HOLDING ONTO.
>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE
RELEASED>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE
RELEASED TODAY>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE
RELEASED TODAY SHOWING>>>INCREDIBLE BODYCAM FOOTAGE
RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE EFFORTS RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE EFFORTS OF RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF RELEASED TODAY SHOWING THE
BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR
POLICE BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR
POLICE OFFICERS BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR
POLICE OFFICERS DURING BROKE EFFORTS OF ONE OF THEIR
POLICE OFFICERS DURING MONDAY’S POLICE OFFICERS DURING MONDAY’S POLICE OFFICERS DURING MONDAY’S
STORM. STORM. STORM.
>>BOTH THE STORM.
>>BOTH THE COUPLE STORM.
>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT STORM.
>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT AWAY>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT AWAY IN>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT AWAY IN THE>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD,>>BOTH THE COUPLE THAT WAS
SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH FLOOD SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH FLOOD AND SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH FLOOD AND THE SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER SWEPT AWAY IN THE FLOOD, THAT
FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO
SAVE FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO
SAVE THEM FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO
SAVE THEM ARE FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO
SAVE THEM ARE SHARING FLASH FLOOD AND THE OFFICER WHO
SAVE THEM ARE SHARING THEIR SAVE THEM ARE SHARING THEIR SAVE THEM ARE SHARING THEIR
INCREDIBLE SAVE THEM ARE SHARING THEIR
INCREDIBLE STORY. INCREDIBLE STORY. INCREDIBLE STORY.
WE INCREDIBLE STORY.
WE HAVE INCREDIBLE STORY.
WE HAVE TONIGHT INCREDIBLE STORY.
WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK INCREDIBLE STORY.
WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY. WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY. WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>Reporter: WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>Reporter: THIS WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>Reporter: THIS WAS WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>Reporter: THIS WAS A WE HAVE TONIGHT SPEAK STORY.
>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE
AS>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE
AS APACHE>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE
AS APACHE JUNCTION>>Reporter: THIS WAS A SCENE
AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE
OFFICER AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE
OFFICER CAMERON AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE
OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG AS APACHE JUNCTION POLICE
OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED
TO OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED
TO FIND OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED
TO FIND 83-YEAR-OLD OFFICER CAMERON KELLOGG TRIED
TO FIND 83-YEAR-OLD DANIEL TO FIND 83-YEAR-OLD DANIEL TO FIND 83-YEAR-OLD DANIEL
EVAN. EVAN. EVAN.
HE WAS EVAN.
HE WAS WASHED EVAN.
HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS EVAN.
HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF EVAN.
HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN THE HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN THE WASH HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN THE WASH AND HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY HE WAS WASHED HUNDREDS OF YARDS
DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM. DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM. DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY WERE DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY WERE WORKING DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY WERE WORKING TO DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR DOWN THE WASH AND MONDAY STORM.
THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A
WASH THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A
WASH NEAR THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A
WASH NEAR THEIR THEY WERE WORKING TO CLEAR A
WASH NEAR THEIR HOME. WASH NEAR THEIR HOME. WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T DO WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T DO A WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T DO A WHOLE WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T DO A WHOLE LOT WASH NEAR THEIR HOME.
>>I CAN’T DO A WHOLE LOT OF>>I CAN’T DO A WHOLE LOT OF>>I CAN’T DO A WHOLE LOT OF
THINGS. THINGS. THINGS.
SHE PULLED THINGS.
SHE PULLED THE THINGS.
SHE PULLED THE JUNK THINGS.
SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT THINGS.
SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THINGS.
SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SO SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SO THE SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SO THE WATER SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD SHE PULLED THE JUNK OUT OF THE
PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE
ABLE PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE
ABLE TO PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE
ABLE TO THROTTLE PIPES SO THE WATER WOULD BE
ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH. ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH. ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>Reporter: ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>Reporter: THE ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>Reporter: THE RAIN ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM ABLE TO THROTTLE THROUGH.
>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM WAS>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM WAS TOO>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM WAS TOO MUCH>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR>>Reporter: THE RAIN FROM THE
STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE
SATURATED STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE
SATURATED DESERT STORM WAS TOO MUCH FOR THE
SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE. SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE. SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE WAS SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE WAS A SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE WAS A BIG SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH SATURATED DESERT LANDSCAPE.
>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER,>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER, IT>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER, IT LOOKED>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A>>THERE WAS A BIG RUSH OF
WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER
COMING WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER
COMING DOWN WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER
COMING DOWN THE WATER, IT LOOKED LIKE A RIVER
COMING DOWN THE STREET. COMING DOWN THE STREET. COMING DOWN THE STREET.
>>COMING DOWN THE STREET.
>>Reporter: COMING DOWN THE STREET.
>>Reporter: BEFORE COMING DOWN THE STREET.
>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY COMING DOWN THE STREET.
>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT,>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT, A>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT, A WALL>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT, A WALL OF>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT, A WALL OF WATER>>Reporter: BEFORE THEY KNEW
IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN AND IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN AND SHE IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN AND SHE ENDED IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN AND SHE ENDED UP IT, A WALL OF WATER STRUCK
KAREN AND SHE ENDED UP HOLDING KAREN AND SHE ENDED UP HOLDING KAREN AND SHE ENDED UP HOLDING
ONTO KAREN AND SHE ENDED UP HOLDING
ONTO OFFENSE. ONTO OFFENSE. ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED FOR ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED FOR HER ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED FOR HER TO ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO ONTO OFFENSE.
>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET GO>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET GO AND>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET GO AND SHE>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT>>I YELLED FOR HER TO LICO AND
SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER. SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER. SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SAID SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SAID I SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SAID I NEVER SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SAID I NEVER SAW SHE LET GO AND SHE WENT UNDER.
AND I SAID I NEVER SAW HER AND I SAID I NEVER SAW HER AND I SAID I NEVER SAW HER
AGAIN. AGAIN. AGAIN.
I THOUGHT AGAIN.
I THOUGHT SHE AGAIN.
I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED. I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED. I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>Reporter: I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>Reporter: A I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>Reporter: A MOMENT I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER I THOUGHT SHE DROWNED.
>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE
WAS>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE
WAS ALSO>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE
WAS ALSO BEING>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE
WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT>>Reporter: A MOMENT LATER HE
WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY. WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY. WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE IS WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE IS A WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE IS A LOT WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE IS A LOT OF WAS ALSO BEING SWEPT AWAY.
>>THERE IS A LOT OF DEBRIS>>THERE IS A LOT OF DEBRIS>>THERE IS A LOT OF DEBRIS
COMING>>THERE IS A LOT OF DEBRIS
COMING DOWN. COMING DOWN. COMING DOWN.
TIRES COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND ALL COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND ALL KINDS COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. COMING DOWN.
TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU GET TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU GET HIT TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU GET HIT WITH TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, TIRES AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK. IF
YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU
COULD YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU
COULD GET YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU
COULD GET KNOCKED YOU GET HIT WITH THAT, YOU
COULD GET KNOCKED OUT. COULD GET KNOCKED OUT. COULD GET KNOCKED OUT.
>>COULD GET KNOCKED OUT.
>>Reporter: COULD GET KNOCKED OUT.
>>Reporter: AT COULD GET KNOCKED OUT.
>>Reporter: AT THAT COULD GET KNOCKED OUT.
>>Reporter: AT THAT MOMENT>>Reporter: AT THAT MOMENT>>Reporter: AT THAT MOMENT
OFFICER>>Reporter: AT THAT MOMENT
OFFICER KELLOGG>>Reporter: AT THAT MOMENT
OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED. OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED. OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK US OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK US QUITE OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK US QUITE A OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT OFFICER KELLOGG ARRIVED.
>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO
GET>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO
GET THERE>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO
GET THERE BECAUSE>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO
GET THERE BECAUSE THE>>IT TOOK US QUITE A BIT TO
GET THERE BECAUSE THE ROADS GET THERE BECAUSE THE ROADS GET THERE BECAUSE THE ROADS
WERE GET THERE BECAUSE THE ROADS
WERE CLOSED. WERE CLOSED. WERE CLOSED.
BY WERE CLOSED.
BY THE WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME I WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME I GOT WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WERE CLOSED.
BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE SOUTH BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE SOUTH SIDE BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE BY THE TIME I GOT THERE, I WAS
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH. ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH. ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A WAY ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A WAY TO ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A WAY TO GET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WASH.
I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM. I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM. I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE TIME I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE TIME I I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE TIME I REACH I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I DO FIND A WAY TO GET TO THEM.
BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD SEE BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD SEE HIM, BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD SEE HIM, THE BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE BY THE TIME I REACH WHERE I
COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT AND COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT AND HE COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT AND HE GOT COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT AND HE GOT WASHED COULD SEE HIM, THE FENCE GAVE
OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY. OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY. OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>I’M OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>I’M JUST OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>I’M JUST NOT OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING OUT AND HE GOT WASHED AWAY.
>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO THE>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO THE WEST>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO THE WEST END>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO THE WEST END OF>>I’M JUST NOT REACHING THEM.
HE IS TO THE WEST END OF THE HE IS TO THE WEST END OF THE HE IS TO THE WEST END OF THE
WASH. WASH. WASH.
>>I HAVE WASH.
>>I HAVE A WASH.
>>I HAVE A BAD WASH.
>>I HAVE A BAD KNEE.>>I HAVE A BAD KNEE.>>I HAVE A BAD KNEE.
>>>>I HAVE A BAD KNEE.
>>I>>I HAVE A BAD KNEE.
>>I KNOW.>>I KNOW.>>I KNOW.
>>Reporter: DANIEL>>I KNOW.
>>Reporter: DANIEL AND>>I KNOW.
>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN
ARE>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN
ARE PRAISING>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN
ARE PRAISING OFFICER>>Reporter: DANIEL AND KAREN
ARE PRAISING OFFICER KELLOGG’S ARE PRAISING OFFICER KELLOGG’S ARE PRAISING OFFICER KELLOGG’S
EFFORTS. EFFORTS. EFFORTS.
>>HE DID EFFORTS.
>>HE DID ALL EFFORTS.
>>HE DID ALL THE EFFORTS.
>>HE DID ALL THE HARD EFFORTS.
>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S THE>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S THE ONE>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S THE ONE THAT>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S THE ONE THAT BOUGHT>>HE DID ALL THE HARD WORK.
HE’S THE ONE THAT BOUGHT THE HE’S THE ONE THAT BOUGHT THE HE’S THE ONE THAT BOUGHT THE
WATER. WATER. WATER.
THAT’S WHY WATER.
THAT’S WHY MOST WATER.
THAT’S WHY MOST OF WATER.
THAT’S WHY MOST OF US WATER.
THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW WATER.
THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
WANT THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
WANT TO THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
WANT TO BE THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
WANT TO BE COPS THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
WANT TO BE COPS BECAUSE THAT’S WHY MOST OF US GROW UP
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so in this video we’re gonna be putting
on the new Acuvue Oasis with Transitions so that you can see my first
impressions of this new contact lens. so let’s take a look. hey everybody this
is Dr. Allen here from Doctor Eye Health the channel that helps you with the eyes for
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now I’m gonna be putting on the new Acuvue Oasys with Transitioned lens
it comes out on April 1st here in 2019 so currently these are not those lenses
these are my other contact lenses that I usually wear but I’m about to head into
the clinic so that we can actually put them on for the first time and you can
see exactly what they’re all about so here’s the Acuvue oasis it’s just in the
blister pack it’s an 8.4 based curve a 14.0 diameter and it’s in my
prescription of – 550 now if we actually pulled it up over here in the light and
this is just light coming through the door I will turn it around just in the
blister pack alone we should start to see it start to actually transition into
a gray lens yeah you can kind of see it’s starting already
now the company actually says that it’ll change within 60 seconds when the lens
is sitting on the eye and really exposed to UV light and so that actually causes
some crystals embedded within the lens to start to kind of change shape and
block out the sunlight look how dark that’s getting already that’s that’s
pretty impressive and so this is just an room temperature in the blister pack
yeah Wow the dark that is all right so I took out my other contact lenses and I
opened up the cases so here we go I’m gonna put them in from my first
experience okay so first lens is in you know I’ll
just kind of comparing right and left you know I can’t really tell much of a
difference because this isoh blurry but it looks like the lenses do have just a
little bit of tint to them just to start off you know the actual manufacturer
real estate that it blocks somewhere between 14 to 15 percent of light just
while they’re clear so just here putting them in for the first time they actually
seem pretty good I mean they’re clear they’re comfortable they’re in my
prescription so they should be working everything looks good so yeah now let’s
head outside it may take a second for the camera to adjust but now it’s kind
of mid-march here in Minnesota so it’s all snowy and a little bit cold but so I
get my body temperature should help keep the lenses change really fast
and I don’t know can you guys see it change already can be envisioned wise
I’m pretty light-sensitive from the snow like snow blindness but this already
looks pretty darn good jeez I don’t feel as light-sensitive as I usually am so
they must be changing I can’t I can’t personally really recognize that they’re
changing while they’re on my eye but I don’t know it’s actually stands like it
seemed a light into the eyes there so I’m not looking directly into the Sun
but just the regular light bouncing off all the snow and everything around me is
it already getting pretty dark guys I don’t I can’t really see it can’t see in
the camera so let’s now kind of compare here so just out of curiosity if my
vision is gonna actually improve or not I’m gonna just kind of slide the lens
out of place oh yeah that’s a difference that’s the difference for sure Wow yeah that that’s just like kind of like
we’re in sunglasses and out we’re in sunglasses that is really intense yeah
I’m liking it already okay so now we’re gonna head back inside now
again the Acuvue oasis and transitions companies is all the research they’ve
done they say that it does take about 90 seconds less than 90 seconds to turn
back clear again once you head inside so I’ll have you guys help keep count for
me here okay so we’re gonna head inside okay so again the cameras gonna kind of
adjust here and whoa so hopefully I don’t look too creepy right that is a
little bit creepy because I usually have blue eyes and it kind of looks like I
have grey brown eyes but that’s pretty neat so I’m trying not to stand directly
in the in the light so it slowly starts changing back this is pretty cool and
the lenses are really comfortable I mean the standard Acuvue Oasis lenses that
have been out for a long time so if you’re someone who’s never worn a key
view Oasis lenses they’re a two-week lens so you do have to clean them and
take care of them I’m usually learning daily lenses but hopefully if this
technology takes off they’ll eventually come out with daily versions of it but I
know right now that’s feeling really cool can you guys see it as my as my
color changing back yet already so I don’t know if it’s really changed
fully back to clear within 90 seconds but I know my vision wise coming in it
doesn’t has not seemed kind of too dark or anything it’s not like I’m wearing my
dark sunglasses or anything like that but I can still see very clearly so I
think it’s pretty awesome this is a first first round here okay so now I
just took off that other lens I now just have one my blue eye without the lenses
and this one with the lens so let’s kind of step back outside and get kind of the
full effect here and so yeah just kind of going back and forth I can already
tell things are a little bit way dimmer here with the lens the lens you know
that I with the lens in it compared to the how bright it is with the other eye
Wow so I don’t know does it look really creepy comparing the right versus left
with the lens and without I don’t know you guys will have to let me know so
that was a pretty cool first impression with these sorta lenses again this is
the first time this technology’s ever been out I know they’ve been working on
it for over 10 years the first lens actually they kind of failed a couple of
times it took them almost three tries now to actually get these set up right
I’m just gonna head back here into the contact lens we have and now these
lenses are again a two week lens so you do have to use some sort of solution to
clean them with the same company that give you brand made by Johnson & Johnson
they also have the blink Revitalens solution so perhaps it’ll work better
with this but I do have a whole other video on contact lens solutions for
contact lenses and if you haven’t checked out that video I’ll hook that up
here in that YouTube card above as well as in the description below but yeah for
my first time wearing these lenses what do you guys think go ahead and comment
in the section below let me know your first kind of impressions from watching
this video with these lenses are you excited to try them out please comment
again I’d love to hear from you guys alright everybody thanks so much for
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One of the most exciting scientific findings of the past half century has been the discovery of widespread trophic cascades. A trophic cascade is an ecological process
which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom. And the classic example is what happened in
the Yellowstone National Park in the United States when wolves were reintroduced
in 1995. Now, we all know that wolves kill various
species of animals, but perhaps we’re slightly less aware that they give life to many others. Before the wolves turned up – they’d been
absent for 70 years – the numbers of deer (because there had been
nothing to hunt them) had built up and built up in the Yellowstone Park and despite efforts by humans to control them they’d managed to reduce much the vegitation
there to almost nothing. They had just grazed it away. But as soon as the wolves arrived, even though
they were few in number they started to have the most remarkable effects. First, of course, they killed some of the
deer but that wasn’t the major thing. Much more significantly, they radically changed
the behavior of the deer. The deer started avoiding certain parts of
the park – the places where they could be trapped most easily – particularly the valleys and the gorges and immediately those places started to regenerate. In some areas, the height of the trees quintupled
in just six years. Bare valley sides quickly became forests of
aspen and willow and cottonwood. And as soon as that happened, the birds started
moving in. The number of songbirds and migratory birds
started to increase greatly. The number of beavers started to increase
because beavers like to eat the trees. And beavers, like wolves, are ecosystem engineers. They create niches for other species. And the dams they built in the rivers provided
habitats for otters and muscrats and ducks and fish and reptiles and amphibians. The wolves killed coyotes and as a result
of that, the number rabbits and mice began to rise which meant more hawks more weasels more foxes more badgers Ravens and bald eagles came down to feed on
the carrion that the wolves had left. Bears fed on it, too. And their population
began to rise as well partly also because there were more berries
growing on the regenerating shrubs. And the bears reinforced the impact of the
wolves by killing some of the calves of the deer. But here’s where it gets really interesting. The wolves changed the behavior of the rivers. They began to meander less. There was less
erosion. The channels narrowed. More pools formed.
More riffle sections. All of which were great for wildlife habitats. The rivers changed in response to the wolves. And the reason was that the regenerating forests
stabilized the banks so that they collapsed less often. So the rivers became more fixed in their course. Similarly, by driving the deer out of some
places, and the vegetation recovering on the valley
side, there was less soil erosion because the vegitation
stabilized that as well. So the wolves, small in number, transformed
not just the ecosystem of the Yellowstone National Park -This huge area of land… but also, its physical
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is it so tight I’m seriously having so much fun [Music] what’s up guys I’m Ivan Preciado I’m a professional graffiti artist and my job is to just create visual exciting art for people to enjoy so last time I was here I learned that the VR system is great for mapping out real life murals so this time I want to do something a little bit more character based I’ve been really digging this show called Rick and Morty and I want to do my own twist on the characters the portal gun along with some graffiti elements some space rips and just have some fun so right now I’m just gonna pick my color I’ll try and get the skin colour of Rick I think he’s kind of more like a hand killer but I’m just going off memories do I need to pull off her hair I’m a standard too when you’re my pink duh I’m gonna go with my all-time favorite the New York fat cow it’ll give you like a wider spray the pink dot is even more fatter that then cap will be real thin so I’ll use these for like little details and a standard cap on your color there is like just like a good cap to begin with for like starters so I’ll actually start with this so what I’m doing right here is filling in obviously we want to cover a lot of the wall so that our art is like really prominent and it stands out a lot so now that we got my interpretation of how I’m gonna paint Rick Rick I believe has like blue hair his hair is like spiky so do some spikes as you see like right now I’m getting real close to the wall see I like those Stan lines and you know what I think I’m gonna use this scaffold so let’s bring this over there also this is so tight [Music] because I don’t remember exactly how he looks I’m gonna stylize him a bit so that I can make him unique give him my own little twist my little flavor and have some fun with it this is so fun oh my god I love him [Music] so now I’m going to a little bit darker and let’s give him a nice little horse shadow to his hair it really gives it that three dimensionality [Music] Rick has this unibrow so now what I’m doing is flaring and that’s basically I could set the the can at a distance and as I move forward I could go in a fast-paced movement and bring it closer to the wall and that’ll make it go from thick to thin real fast [Music] I’m gonna give them sort of a distorted warping through the time portal sort of look on his face [Music] so what I’m doing now is cutting back you can see the white kind of gets into the black area right here so what I’m going to do is take the black and cut it back just like that to get a nice clean line [Music] now what I’m actually gonna do is give him a tongue and just have like a long sort of war P tongue coming out of his mouth and she’s warping through the portal what I’m gonna do now is actually add a nice little core shadow to the tongue as well gave the tongue some debt to clean up these drips right here I’m gonna get the black and again just using our are cutting back technique I’ll cut back on these trips so for me I have a specific Gretchen I like to go with my color scheme like the colors to really complement each other in a way where they bring out the best in each other [Music] with characters I take a different approach we’re yet to look at proportions right like in graffiti your letters could be all sorts of different proportions but with faces you know there’s a certain aesthetic that looks correct I think my favorite part of doing graffiti and just paints the art in general it’s probably the outline because the outline is what really brings it to life hi I’m Susan having so much fun and what’s really cool about this VR system it’s really accurate like I could get exactly what I want [Music] [Music] and how we’re gonna do more tea so I believe Morty kinda has like a tan color as well and I’m gonna give Morty a weird shape as well [Music] get those core shadows in right there really marking how the tongue is turning because of the perks of virtual reality you know having like unlimited paint perfect can control it’s not hot in here you know you don’t got to deal with buses and cars I could see myself painting this game for hours when I remember mortgage payers kind of like a cloud I’m gonna give him kinda like a 70s afro [Music] marty is always like being dragged along on Rick’s adventures so I’m gonna give him sort of like a worried kind of look on his face but I also want to make his eye at least one I sort of like bleeding out can’t really remember if he does have eyebrows or not I think they’re just like little lines so let’s give him some eyebrows at least my version [Music] so I think it’s looking pretty good from what I can remember they’re resembling the characters so now I’m gonna move on to the background now I’m gonna use some greens and we’re gonna get into the portal so what I love about the Rick and Morty drawing stuff is one it’s super colorful and I love that the characters are actually pretty simple to draw and what’s fun about that is for me it makes it really easy to stylize them and customize them to my liking and that’ll be the portal right to be challenged in one hour to freestyle your own version of very iconic you know characters it’s such like it’s a lot of pressure so for this to be coming out the way it is like I’m I’m super happy [Music] no it’s really honestly it’s not that big of a problem especially with the cutback method they’re pretty easy to fix and they’re just a pain because it’s like oh one one last thing you got to go back and do but with VR like I could do these all day and not sweat it because it’s not hot [Music] what’s cool about this is like I get to create my vision like I thought the VR system were like hinder my ability to keep my vision but now I get to paint exactly what I want how I want to get the lines where I want [Music] so now I’m just doing some quick little space trips Rick and Morty always traveling through space and don’ts like different dimension so we’ll do some space ribs and then OB all wrapped up [Music] [Music] there it is yeah I think it came out great I think for the challenge limited time brand-new concept walking up to a fresh new wall so I think it came out great I had so much fun with it the VR experience is real as heck I can’t wait to do this again I’m so juiced to go paint in real life now
The mission of DITA is to open up theology to the arts, and the arts to theology. Since the beginning of Duke Initiatives in Theology & the Arts, we’ve had a project going with Cambridge University. A joint project between Duke and the UK. And it culminated in a magnificent work by James MacMillan, his St. Luke Passion. It arose out of many conversations and scholars from Duke and Cambridge worked with him on that composition. Having done that collaboration, we then asked, “What’s next?” And what has emerged is a new research project called Theology, Modernity, and the Arts. What this is designed to do is ask What are the forces, the movements, the ideas, that have made us what we are? And how can we understand those forces from a Christian perspective? Which will lead to of a large conference and some major performance events as well We’ve been working with the poet, Micheal O’Siadhail, and he is writing a very large poetic work on precisely these issues. In Easter 2015 Micheal O’Siadhail read this poetry or some of it in public, and we had the poetry interspersed with music that I’d written performed by Cordelia Williams. And that was a public event and it reminded me again of the very important ways in which different art forms intersect. We’re trying to ignite a movement. We want to form leaders of the future who will see faith and art as intertwined inseparable.
I’m Jenna Rosenstein and this is The Beauty Show and today we’re going inside an insane makeup
stash of none other than Mario Dedivanovic. Hey!
Hey Jenna! How are you?
It’s so good to see you. He is Makeup by Mario and he’s also Kim Kardashian’s makeup artist and he’s pretty much the mastermind behind the modern trend of contouring and highlighting. Let’s go! I know we want to see your beauty stash
Of course you do Can we go see it?
Yes of course, come! So this is the beauty stash slash dressing
room closet Oh my god look at those sneakers.
They’re all Yeezys oh my god! I love collecting Yeezys. I don’t actually
wear most of them I just wear like a few pairs
Yeah well you have the hook up. Ok so I’m guessing this isn’t a giant box
full of St. Laurent products right? This is where I keep my Kylie stash.
These are concealers, some lip. There’s pretty much every kind of launches
in here. This is like some people’s dream. You realize
that? Yeah and then these are lip kits in here.
Oh my god you have every one! These are things I haven’t even seen my entire
life. People always ask, Why do you always save
them? Why don’t you save everybody else’s? It’s hard to find makeup from many many years
ago. 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, you know like Marilyn
Monroe’s makeup you know people’s like that.
This will be so iconic to have these because people use them, they get rid of them you
know. Oh yeah these I love. They’re super limited.
So fun, I actually like a lot of these brushes. They’re
really nice. Like this is a good contour brush. So this is one of my beauty closets. One of your beauty closets!
So basically here’s the deal. I get sent hundreds if not thousands of products a month
Those boxes get sent daily to a storage room. There’s about one or two that I will take
from all of those and bring them into my personal closet, which is this one.
And then this is where my assistant and I we restock our kit daily.
Shoutout to my assistant Dominique because it would now look like this if it was up to
me And the container store wherever you got these
wonderful things Yeah the container store.
First of all, all those beauty blenders. For each application I do, I actually use
about 6 or 7 beauty blenders. Really?
I use one for concealer, one for foundation, I use one to blend under the eyes, one for
the eyelids I use one for contours.
Ok so I see that you have your lipsticks organized, at least by brand over here
Yes. So, Laura Mercier, MAC, Urban Decay.
So, with the lipsticks, I actually don’t take these tubes of lipsticks to work.
We have palettes and so my assistant will take all the nudes that I love
and she’ll scoop them out and put them into these little palettes
and then same thing with the reds, purples, oranges, whatever it is
With pencils we don’t organize by brand obviously because there’s just a lot of pencils.
This is for example lip pencils, eye pencils These are some cream eyeshadows, some liners.
I just love that you have such an impressive mix of brands here.
You have Marc Jacobs, Urban decay I use so many brands of definitely high and
low This is mascara?
Yeah. These are mascaras. Every now and then I bring
a new mascara into my kit to try it. This has been my got to for 18 years
I think that everyone is going to want to see this giant collection of KKW beauty products.
I get sent two of those, like two of each of those,
because I use some and then I also like to save all of the original ones.
Oh my gosh it’s so heavy. This is literally like 20 pounds.
I know it’s heavy. It’s a workout. But I do save all of their stuff.
You have every single one. I’ll help you with that!
In this bin here are some concealers. These are blushes and bronzers and here we
have highlighters and concealers as well This are the Master Palette by Mario
Yea Master Palette! Every now and then I will give one to somebody
but people beg me for these all of the time. They do?
Yeah, they sell them on eBay for really expensive. Oh my god that’s crazy!
This is truly a limited edition. Once it’s sold out it never comes back.
Yeah it’s not coming back. So you’re really the last one to have all
of these samples. Yes. That’s my mom and dad.
Awe this is so cute! Yeah this is just to remind me of my early
days, where I came from. These are different cream bronzers, cream
highlighters. And then this is all complexion?
This is all complexion. This whole side is complexion.
Back in the day I did use to mainly use just a cream foundation, but you know,
as the years went on and the trends changed and my style evolved,
I started bringing tons more complexion products in so now depending on what client I am working on, I use all different types of foundation.
So these are all of your go to favorites? Yes so I have the Giorgio Armani Luminous
Silk, which I use. A lot of the time on models for like shoots
and things I have the Koh Gen Do foundations. So good for hydrating!
Yes so when I want to do really dewy skin, I use those.
These are Tom Ford sticks and I use these a lot to contour actually.
I like to texture for contour. Just so everyone knows, I put all the foundations
I use in my kit, I put them little tiny bottles like this and
we put the names on them here. Where do you get these little bottles?
I think these are from Muji. Muji? Yeah I was going to say.
The beauty blender bounds so I like to use, again, for someone that doesn’t need powder,
that just wants a matte finish. And then I have different stuff here too.
There’s this brand Suqqu, I think that’s how you pronounce it, it’s from Japan.
And Kate Bosworth actually put me onto this brand
She likes to use this foundation Honestly I didn’t even know where to get it
from. Yeah I’ve never seen this before.
It’s a very luxurious, beautiful line of makeup. This is all concealers.
What is this? This probably looks crazy but this is, if
you guys remember a YouTube video of Kim and I, I think it was nine or ten years ago, this is the concealer I used. This is the same one? Well no not this actual one, this brand.
I think it’s Dermacolor Kryolan. It’s a drier consistency but it really gives amazing coverage. This is like my new absolute favorite. This is Laura Mercier Flawless Fusion.
I’ve never seen a concealer that doesn’t go into the lines and crease and this one truly
doesn’t. So I saw on Instagram not too long ago that
you said that you weren’t actually using the Ben Nye powder
in that famous photo of Kim, but here you have Ben Nye powder.
Yeah I do use Ben Nye powders. I never used it under the eyes on caucasian or light skin
women. I use it on women of color. Banana powder specifically?
Banana powder, or I use different ones. Like this one here is topaz.
This would on a super dark skin. This is probably the most used bin.
Most used? Yeah so in between jobs, we grab things like
these are blushes right? These are things that like makeup artists
things that you use to remove heavy glues that I apply on the face.
So these are actually, these puffs are the ones that I send my clients off with.
If I’m not going to the red carpet with them, which traditionally I don’t, I mean sometimes
I do but I’ll put some powder on there for them.
They literally just have to go like that before they hit the carpet.
Take down the shine. Genius! Right that I have for that and then I bought
these in Japan. Oh my god it’s like for your pinky!
I bought a huge bag of makeup from Japan. they have the coolest, just really really
different and fun stuff. Yeah. Did you get this at a drugstore there?
Yeah some sort of drugstore. Ok.
You have a lot of Tatcha facemasks I see. Yes I love Tatcha!
I feel like a lot of people don’t realize that a big part about a makeup artists job
is actually skincare, so these are important. Yes if I have time before I’m applying the makeup, especially for a big red carpet, I like to put a mask on, let it sit for about
ten minutes, or an eye mask that provides that glow and that moisture that looks beautiful on camera. These are Koh Gen Do Cleansing Spa Water Wipes. And I love these. They have no smell, they’re not oily at all. Yeah they are oil free.
After I’m done doing eye shadow on the eyes when there’s fallout, I’ll clean with these.
So do you always do eye fist and then do complexion? Yeah I do brows first, then eyes, and then
I clean and then I do complexion. Alright so clean with these.
You mentioned you have the early samples of your collab with Kim Kardashian.
Can we see those? Yeah I think those are, well it’s not actually
Oh my god! Every drawer there’s like a new surprise! What are these?
This was from the process of creating the KKW Mario collab.
They would basically send me different options of colors for me to choose from, different
options of packaging, different feels and textures.
I think this is the one we chose, that color. Yeah it’s gorgeous. These are lashes. Uh yeah! I would say these are lashes. This
is an entire drawer full of eye lashes. This is actually not a lot for me. I have
in the storage room bins and bins and bins. This drawer is more of the dramatic lashes,
and then here we have like all the individuals which I use so many.
I recently started doing more dramatic lashes at times.
I love the Lilly Lashes. She has great styles. And then the ones that I would use the most
often I would say are the Ardell individuals which I kind of mix them.
I use medium, I use short and I use long and kind of create my own little style of lash.
This is kind of like my personal skin stuff that I like to put in here.
Like my expensive special stuff so when I run out of my stuff, I have back up here.
Same thing with this drawer. This is the Louboutin products
I was just saying that I love that mascara. I’m wearing it today.
It’s ninety dollars. I’ve never tried it.
It’s amazing, but it’s ninety dollars. Is it worth ninety?
Umm, you know. No. It’s just so beautiful.
Alright so this is my brow station. I go through Anastasia brow pencils like you
have no idea. I mean I’ve never seen so many. I think you
you have more than she does. The thing is I really do go through them.
I mean we constantly have to order them. I mean, keep in mind there’s like eight or
nine colors so I need multiples of all of them. Alright so you mentioned that you love luxury skincare. Do you use anything yourself? What is your personal skincare collection? I like luxury and I like drugstore. I can show you. Let’s go see! I’m really simple when it comes to my own
skin. I obviously don’t wear makeup every day, but
I do have to wear it sometimes at work. So one of my dermatologists, Dr. Sheri, she’s
amazing. She actually put me onto this, Neutrogena
Healthy Defense. Oh it’s a moisturizer with sunscreen.
Also this product here. This is Onexton. This is like a benzoyl peroxide gel.
I believe it, it kind of bleaches your skin, but this really helped me with my breakouts
a lot. Oh wow! So you have to go to your derm to
get this? Yes.
So this CeraVe. I use this for moisturizing a lot. It’s just light weight, it’s fragrance-free, it’s great for me because I think I have sensitive skin. This is the famous Tatcha Water Cream.
The Water Cream! Which is really nice in the summer.
Purity Made Simple, which is like iconic. I love this one too because it’s super light,
natural. So you’re really into moisturizer?
I use moisturizer every day. But I like to chance them up because I get bored sometimes.
Eye creams here. Again La Mer and Purity Made Simple from Philosophy.
Apa’s my dentist actually, but he has amazing toothpaste and things like that.
Jimmy Coco? Do you self tan? Only if I’m taking photos or need to be on
camera, which I guess turns out to be a lot nowadays. I was going to say. Yeah. But yeah so what I do is I’ll tan the night
before and sleep on it, or I’ll do it the morning of.
I’ll wake Up super early and so I will tan at like 4:30, 5:00AM.
And then it sort of sets in for a few hours. Then I take a shower and go to work.
I just started using this one. It’s Replenix and this is another amazing skin person, Laura
Dyer, here in Manhattan. Ok. This is glycolic and salicylic acid.
Yes. She also put me onto these two, which I have
been loving and I use this now in the morning. So it’s Hyaluronic Serum by Replenix and then
Replenix Smoothing Serum. And I use this first and that over it.
I feel like this really has been helping to kind of prevent the breakouts from coming
through. And then when I do break out, want me to show
you my all time favorite product? Please, yes!
Ok do you remember the movie ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding?’ Of course. Ok you remember the father?
The Windex on everything? Yes! So my Windex is Tea Tree oil and they are
all over my house, they are all over my travel bag. It really helps my blemishes. Well, so you have three bottles of it here.
Well here and then I have them all over my house too. See I have the go to Anastasia brow pencils. I use all the different ones here.
Well you certainly have enough of them in your back stock. Yes I do! I definitely do. I like to use concealers that are hard in
texture and not oily. Ok.
Because they stick on my skin nicely and I don’t have to set them too much.
This is the Laura Mercier. You just tap it on?
Tap it on my finger, blend it, you know blend around it. So I see you have this Donna Karan Cashmere
Mist deodorant. Is that your favorite one? I am obsessed with this. I wish I wasn’t.
A few years ago I was on set with Chris McMillan, the hair stylist,
and he’s like, “Jenn Aniston loves the Donna Karan Cashmere Mist,”
He’s like, it works really well and makes her not sweat, so I literally went online
and bought it right there. This is like the most bulletproof.
Ok I am going to go buy this right now. And this is the tinted moisturizers I use.
Let’s see. Laura Mercier I use mostly, and then sometimes
just to add deepness to colors I’ll use the Lancome,
I’ll use the La Mer every now and then, sometimes I mix all of them.
Do you use a beauty blender or a brush? I never do this at work but I put it here
and I literally go like this and then I just yeah. Alright well. Set it with a little powder and then go with
my bronzer. Couldn’t be easier!
Yeah. I want to show you something for the guys. My brother got me this for one of my gifts for Christmas last year.
This thing is so amazing. It’s the Braun. You press it here.
Ok. It moves like that and then you can literally
get the cleanest shave. So when you’re too lazy to or you don’t have
time to put the shaving cream on and use the razor and everything,
you literally just go like this and it kind of molds against your face and it gets such
a close shave, like that and then you can just trim your mustache. This thing is a life saver ever since I grew facial
hair. This is really good for trimming mustache
or beard and then when I take this piece off here, that works really good for getting that perfect line on the mustache. After the shower and skin and shaving, I get dressed and then I come to the fragrance section.
Ok you have so many! Yes I loved fragrance ever since I was a little kid. So if I had to pick a favorite, it definitely can’t be just one. It would be the Tom Ford range of fragrances. I really honestly love all of them.
The ones right at the front here? Well these and these as well,
Oh yeah these guys. You know, these back here as well.
The Fabulous. Yeah obsessed with this one, the Ombre Leather.
It’s one of my favorites. And then other ones that I use, well actually
the KKW Vibes. That’s my favorite one!
That’s my favorite too. It’s so good.
Yeah I told her the other day and she’s like, “Alright I’ll give you a bunch of them.”
I like to mix them too sometimes. I think today for example, I may have come
to the station three or four times. I think I did Tobacco Vanille, I think I did
Tobacco Oud, and then, maybe four times. And then I think I did a little bit of this
white one, the White Patchouli, but this is all within like three hours.
Ok. And then I did a little bit of the harmonious one. Alright.
By the time I get to work you’ll have this subtle smell on your wrist
and you know it’s nice when your client smells something nice.
Yeah. I have clients in the Middle East, so Saudi
Arabia, Bahrain. There there’s a specific smell, oud. It’s
a very strong fragrance. I like to mix it with things so I get beautiful
fragrances like that. So you did get your start at Sephora with
fragrance right? Yes that’s how I started my career in beauty
when I was 17 and I went in to meet with one of the management
people who came from France. When they were opening up the new store in
New York City and she said, “Well what experience do you have?”
because she only saw I was a bus boy and I worked at the Bronx Zoo
and I was like, “Well, I was like I use a lot of cologne” you know and that was pretty much my experience
you know. She was like, “Alright you are so cute, we
are going to hire you.” This is where I get my beauty sleep.
Oh it’s very beautiful! Thank you I fixed my bed for you guys today.
Oh thank you. You didn’t have to do that. Alright hair.
So this is the hair bathroom. What do I say about hair?
Why is it your least favorite? I have extremely difficult hair. It takes
so much product for my hair to not just, to do anything.
It literally just sits flat, completely flat, so it’s been a struggle my whole life.
Also, I’m Eastern European, so for any of you Eastern Europeans out there, you guys
know the struggle. We have weird shaped heads.
I have to style my hair to kind of change the shape of my head a little bit.
Ok. I use the Ouai Volume Spray.
Yup, so great. So when my hair is wet, I will spray this
on. It’s pretty much saturated in the front area and back here where I want more volume. And then I use the Dyson Blow Dryer to blow it with a little brush. And then I go into products. So I love this one. This is the Mitch by Paul Mitchell.
This is strong hold ultra-matte so It’s hard to find clays that are extremely matte, and
this on truly is. Ok.
There is like no shine or oil to it. You just take a little bit and run it through
your hair? I take a little bit and I kind of run it through
my hair, blow it again. This texture, dry shampoo is really good as
well. It’s called, Psssst!
This has been around for forever. Yeah it’s been around since like the 70s or
something. I’ve seen it since I was a little kid. And my all time favorite, of course, is the L’Oreal Elnett. It’s everyone’s favorite. Yup. And I get most of mine when I travel to London
or Europe. And my mom uses this too so I buy them for her as well. Harry Josh actually introduced me to this
on set one day, which is the Serge Normant Meta Revive Dry Shampoo.
For me It’s almost not a dry shampoo. It’s extremely voluminous but like matte.
This stuff is no joke. If you want volume, you spray this on, like it mattifies, but it literally, your hair just lifts. It’s amazing. And you know Serge is known for that massive hair. Giant hair yeah. And then he’s like, “try this. It’ll take away that crispiness.” And it did and then I posted about it and Serge like literally
sent me twenty of them. Well thanks Serge.
And Harry. Do you go anywhere particular in the city to get you hair cut? Yes I go to Robin at The Kin Room. He just opened up his own space. And he’s one of the best barbers in the country probably. So I feel like it wouldn’t be a true, you know, Mario video, without a little touch
up maybe using your collaboration with KKW. Alright fine.
Can we do that? Yeah we can do that.
I think I am going to use just a couple of colors from the KKW x Mario collab.
It’s so fun seeing it in the flesh. I know I love it. I love brand new ones especially.
Yeah I feel like you single handedly brought back this color cobalt. I’m going to take a little bit of the shade, Albanian.
Ok. Because I’m Albanian.
Was it fun picking the shade names? Yeah I loved that part a lot.
So I did, each shade is kind of a representation of something either me, her, or us together.
Yeah so I am just applying the shade, Albanian, onto the crease here and blending it outward. So I’m going to use Miami now, which, you’re from Miami. Miami! Yeah So this is kind of like our collab now.
It is! We have our own collab. Albanian and Miami.
This is like our collab and I’m just kind of putting it right over and blending it together.
Why’d you name it Miami? So Miami is, Kim and I had been to Miami so much together and a lot of our favorite looks, and actually one of our all time favorite
looks, was done in Miami, so we named one of them Miami Oh, I love that. I’m going to take a little bit of the shade
Miami now and sweep it under the lash line as well.
Do you always put it on the back of your hand first? I do. Yeah everything that I put on the face I touch on the back of my hand first. Or arm. Is that your natural eye color? mhm.
Wow that’s amazing. Thank you.
It’s like crystal clear waters. Take a little bit of Armenian, Kim’s Armenian actually, so it’s a three way collab now. Yes! Oh my god.
I’m going to take it with just my finger and I’m going to pop it in the center of the lid.
And that just brings the light to the center of the eyelid right?
Yeah it’s just a happy little pop of color. So we’re done here? That’s it?
That’s it. Super simple, every day summer look. How’s my contour? Is it good? Umm, let me see. It’s on fleek.
Really? No it looks really good, but what I love ever
more is your highlight. Your highlight, it’s been so beautiful all
day. The best compliment ever!
Well thank you! You’re stash was amazing. Thank you.
And I’m going to steal this palette from you and just get out. Is that alright?
It’s all yours. You can have it. Yeah it’s all yours.
Well thank you guys so much for watching. I’ll see you on the next episode.
Thank you! Bye
I don’t mean you as long so you’re probably sitting here completely flabbergasted thinking who in their right mind would reject a CEO song see his new albums this is acting is incredible it is filled with powerful ballads and brilliant hits that rejected by some of Hollywood’s biggest stars which is crazy so we’re just glad the songs are getting a second chance we are about to break down the songs and the artists that rejected them right here on listed let’s start off with bird set free SIA talked about the rejected song on the album saying that bird set free is one song she’s always had trouble giving away first to Rihanna and then to Dell who cut it but eventually returned it she also revealed quote I had sellers remorse with bird set free every time it went away and then came back the truth is that we wrote bird set free for pitch-perfect – they rejected it and took another song of ours called flashlight that became a big thing through the movie but I could not believe they rejected birds at free because to me it was such a big fun sing along in the car song but bird set free isn’t the only song that RiRi has rejected she has actually rejected three other songs believe it or not she admitted that her space between song was also met for Rihanna she told Good Morning America even one I took back actually because I liked it so much she started out writing it for Rihanna but then asked RiRi if she mind if she kept it Rihanna said no so boom it’s on the album she also talked about reaper in great detail and rolling stone she says there’s one that i went into a session with kanye to write for Rihanna so that one was intended for her but then I’m keeping that one talking about Reaper she continued to say I went into the studio to write for Rihanna with Kanye neither of them showed up and stayed for less than an hour they had two tracks they told me what they had wanted there were notes from Kanye and I can’t even remember what they were I remember I just raced in and raced out and I thought there was something about the course that seemed fun about the song but I never thought it would see the light of day the last one rejected is one of my personal favorite chief thrills chief girls totally sounds like a Rihanna song but from the looks of it her managers thought otherwise she agrees telling Rolling Stone magazine yeah it totally was her manager said we want diamonds we need soul we want some music that has feeling I realized just as soon as I was cutting it that it sounded a little bit too Britpop for her it’s more I caught a pop we did actually send it out to her but they passed on it man Rihanna passed up a lot of hits from SIA but clearly she is doing just fine without the tracks so it all worked out next rejected song was alive this story perhaps is the most interesting alive is about Adele but was rejected at the last minute she wrote the song about Adele’s life and her perspective she broke down everything to Ryan Seacrest saying he wrote three songs in two days and none of them made the cut and alive was one of them I said to Adele do you mind if I pitch it to let’s say Rihanna she said yeah but you can take my vocal off of it because I don’t want my vocal floating around out there on a demo and I was like sure so I went and recut the vocal and everybody in my life was like you can’t give this away to anybody and while she listened to everybody in her life and held on to the song and we’re glad she did next up footprints in an interview with Rolling Stone she said I feel connected to a song called footprints that was a Beyonce reject that I wrote in the Hamptons a couple years ago being rejected by queen bee man SIA has some really thick skin I guess that’s just a part of being in this business the next song lyrics go a little something like this my peach juicy soft and so delicious it seems like a direct reference to Lopes booty centric music if you ask me the check is called sweet design and see it never talked directly about it but we’re saying this one was meant for JLo since we already know CEA’s move your body was for Shakira you other songs we weren’t exactly sure who rejected them are unstoppable and broken glass if we had a guess who rejected unstoppable our picks would probably be Katy Perry or Demi Lovato because it sounds like the total power pop songs that these two have spit out before my but I’m leaning towards Katie because broken glass sounds to be more fitting for Demi but we may never know also the song house of fire remains a mystery but I think it’s better we don’t know who rejected them because man this list of rejection errs yes I made up a word is long enough already all of sia songs were written with the intention of being for somebody else but there is one she didn’t send to anybody called 1 million bullets she already had so much of the album completed she decided she loved it so much she didn’t want to give it to anyone else so she added one more to the list Wow I don’t know about you guys but I’m still sitting here wondering why these artists rejected such powerful songs from a very respected songwriter but I’m glad SIA is getting the recognition she deserves now I want to know your thoughts which songs on the album are you shocked that we’re rejected and let me know in the comments section below and when you’re done doing that you can always click right over here to see the five hottest Justin Bieber love yourself covers thank you guys so much for hanging out with me today I’m listed don’t forget to hit me up on Instagram or Twitter at Jackie I Denise E and I’ll see you guys there friends before you go check out this awesome video of Sia’s hottest performances of 2015 or you can click right to see 9 celebs you may find on a dating app scene say what