Stephanie Atkinson: I really do not get why she is rubbing food on her face, did her mother never teach her to not play with her food?
Margot Bricknell: Are you Australian
Veronica Militello: I can't make out what you're saying to use instead of cocoa powder. Sounds like rocket cow powder, but obviously it's not rocket cow powder. Can you please help me? I love your accent by the way.
Marissa Mills: Hi, I was just wondering what your opinion on the sanitation of using fruit juices as a natural makeup is? I love the idea of going organic with makeup but as an esthetician I also see the downsides (particularly around the eye are). Have you ever experienced problems with using natural makeup?
miss mystery :P: blueberries have purple juice inside
John Hunter: The intro failed! I'm so sorry!
Hannah Schermer: Face power- cornstarch, coaca powder to match skin, Blush- beetroot Bronzer- coco powder Eyeshadow- grownded powders, Mascara- blueberrys Lip color- beet root, kook aid to stain A full face of food!
aishah mokhtar: You pour so much love into the making of this video and it shows. Keep it up! Your enthusiasm about natural makeup is contagious I'm catching on xxx
lari Suarez: girl you handle these stupid comments with such grace it's amazing, be full of yourself do whatever it doesn't matter there's nothing wrong with that! i wish you the best
goldenalice: brilliant! however i live in england which is prone to a rain...shock horror! i dont want blueberry juice running down my face....any suggestions on ways to make it more weather proof??
Emmie Lou: I like the idea of all natural makeup and I applaud you for making this info available to everyone, but I want super full and bold colors and this only gives you translucent light shades of color. That's not to say I might not try it again on a day when I really don't feel like putting makeup on (which is almost never) but I also only want high pigmented long lasting colors and this just did not do it for me. My skin did suffer as I'm very prone to breakouts so it broke my cheeks out. It also looked like you kept licking the beetroot off your lips rather than smooshing your lips to spread the color. And vampy? Ha! If you can't get full coverage, pigmented color instead of translucent shades how are you going to get vampy? Second of all I'm concerned about pop culture and trends ruining the term vampy (or vamp) to describe everything they believe to be "edgy" or "darker"...because to those of us in the alternative lifestyles who are "edgy" and "darker", that absolute tiniest bit of blueberry didn't even come close to making anything look remotely "vampy" (in any of the word's many definitions).
sarafhima: Better with more clothes on!!
AMORYPAZ651: Does this last all day ? Are there any cons?
Jocelynne Medenwaldt: It worked! I love it
Julie Alexandra Zofia Krokowicz: This is AMAZING!! So simple and beautiful! And gorgeous colours! Those are the colors I usually look for in my makeup! I'm definitely going to get some beet and blueberries and give it a try. Thank you so much for sharing! You look beautiful!
sara malchiodi: Voglio farlo anch'io! :D
y guay: Arent blueberries acidic? if they stay for a long time on your skin it is not good. Isnt it just like putting lemon on your face It is good for 15 min, but afterwards you have to wash it off, because of the acid.
pickledshoe: is the blueberry juice sticky on your eye lids?
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