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This Mom Does The Voiceover For Her Daughter’s Makeup Tutorial And It’s Funny AF

Most YouTube makeup tutorials have a common style and format: visually pleasing step by step instructions, light tunes in the background and you hear the same commentary over and over about blending the highly pigmented colors you have on your face. BUT, what if you added one more little feature – your mom. Yes, your mom.

Makeup artist Lessly Toscano, decided to let her mom do the voiceover in her makeup tutorial video and we have one word to describe the results: hi-la-rious.

This mom’s hilarious, yet savage remarks begin right away as she does the introduction for her daughter’s makeup tutorial:

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“Aquí vamos a empezar con un nuevo show de payasos…”

And the best part about these comments, is that she has zero filter. ?

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LOL…this is actually true though.

She says everything with a LOT of emphasis. Say it with her: se-PO-rrrah.

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Now every time I go shop at Sephora, I’m going to think of this.

And the connections she makes between the makeup and cooking ingredients is freakin’ hilarious.

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It kind of is like flour when you think about it. And the more foundation and powder she puts on, the more she references flour.

And of course, like any Latina mom, she uses this makeup tutorial as a chance to remind her daughter about her house chores.

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“Buena para mover la brocha, si así fuera para mover la escoba.”

This sounds like something my mom would say.

And as the makeup tutorial progresses, the jokes she makes about her daughter’s makeup only get better and better.

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This is the second time her mom says that she should host a clown show. ?

Her jokes are so good in fact, that she makes herself laugh out loud uncontrollably.

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MONE-DOOSHHH.

She gets reeeeally creative about the shade she throws.

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“Vamos a poner los eye-chadows color rosada. Y bien rosada ha de tener la cola esta niña.”

This joke is funnier in Spanish, as the word “rosada” has a double meaning: pink and rash.

And even though some of the jokes she makes are totally random, they are still funny AF.

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This mom really has some clever jokes up her sleeve.

From beginning to end, this mom just can’t stop joking around about her daughter’s makeup.

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She should really consider doing some standup comedy.

But despite all of the shade, this is just how Lessly and her mom get along:  they love to tease each other and joke around.

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Lessly knows her mom supports her no matter what. ?

For the full video, check out the YouTube clip below!

You’ll definitely find some more funny content of Lessly and her mom.


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Ellen DeGeneres Finally Addressed Those Toxic Workplace Allegations In Her Show’s Season Premiere

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Ellen DeGeneres Finally Addressed Those Toxic Workplace Allegations In Her Show’s Season Premiere

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On Monday, host, and actress Ellen DeGeneres returned to her show for her first episode since her daytime talk show came under investigation for harboring a “toxic” workplace environment. Intent on restoring her sunny reputation, the comedian addressed the allegations head-on with an opening monologue that described her summer as “great” and by issuing an apology that fans have long been waiting for.

Returning to the studio for the show’s season premiere, DeGeneres apologized to those who had been negatively affected while working as part of her staff.

“As you may have heard, this summer there were allegations of a toxic work environment at our show and then there was an investigation,” DeGeneres admitted. “I learned that things happened here that never should have happened. I take that very seriously and I want to say I am so sorry to the people that were affected. I know that I am in a position of privilege and power and with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show.” The Finding Doy Star went onto explain that she claims “responsibility for what happens at my show.”

Over the summer, soon after the pandemic broke, various former and current staff members of DeGeneres’ show alleged that they had endured harassment, intimidation and racism.

In a report published by BuzzFeed, former employees claimed that the 32-time Daytime Emmy Award winner’s “be kind” persona was “all for show.” After she and various other senior staffers were accused of fostering a toxic work environment, her show’s parent company WarnerMedia issued an apology. Three of the show’s top producers also made an exit.

In response to the allegations, WarnerMedia addressed concerns at the time saying “Warner Bros. and Ellen DeGeneres take the recent allegations around the show’s workplace culture very seriously.” Soon after, in July, DeGeneres issued an email apology to her team and revealed that an internal investigation had been launched.

On Monday, the host explained that after making “the necessary changes,” she and WarnerMedia “had a lot of conversations over the last few weeks about the show, the workplace and what we want for the future. We have made the necessary changes and today we are starting a new chapter.”

She went onto joke about her reputation as the “be kind” lady, and claimed that it is “a tricky position to be in.”

“Being known as the ‘be kind’ lady is a tricky position to be in,” she admitted. “So let me give you some advice out there if anybody’s thinking of changing their title or giving yourself a nickname, do not go with the ‘be kind’ lady. Don’t do it. The truth is I am that person that you see on TV.”

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Besamé Cosmetics’ Sold-Out ‘Lucille Ball Collection’ Is Officially Coming Back This Fall

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Besamé Cosmetics’ Sold-Out ‘Lucille Ball Collection’ Is Officially Coming Back This Fall

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Fans love Lucille Ball so much that when Besamé Cosmetics launched a collection dedicated to her back in June all of its items were sold out within a matter of twelve hours. The collection paid homage to the beauty of the iconic Hollywood comedian who, alongside her husband (Cuban bandleader Desi Arnaz), starred in the television classic “I Love Lucy.”

Now, the souped-up limited-edition Lucy items are back by popular demand.

The launch date? This September.

Lucy fans can pre-order lipstick of the new line on the brand’s website.

“Already, hundreds of orders have come in to pre-order these colors inspired by classic Lucy looks,” a representative from Besamé told Allure about the line which pays homage to the iconic actress’s signature look.

The retro makeup line gives fans a chance to seize up to seven beauty items that are supposed to match the makeup Ball wore in her days of stardom. The Ball collection comes complete with an eye shadow palette, lipstick, a pressed powder compact, and a pencil set for eyes and lips.

Like every Besamé item, the collection’s products are encased in rounded gold. This time, however, they come with a special design that features an original drawing of the actress.

The collection can be purchased as a bundle for $150. Additional gifted items will be included for the whole bunch.

According to Allure, those who purchase the collection will receive “two additional and exclusive products: an I Love Lucy tote bag and a set of false lashes the brand says ‘are based on the exact size, shape, and color that Lucille Ball wore.'”

The Lucille Ball collection is just the first in a new collection by Besamé.

Besamé has stated that they intend on producing an Iconic Women Series featuring iconic figures from history. It’s unknown as of yet who else will be featured on the upcoming products but we’re crossing our fingers for Latina icons like Dolores Huerta, Celia Cruz, and Rita Moreno.

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