When I started wearing makeup, my parents..... were like, 'You're absolutely not wearing it out of the house.' At first, I thought they were not happy with me wearing it, but later on, I realized it was out of fear of me getting bullied and ridiculed in school.
My only trick to having wing liner sharp enough to cut is be careful and take your time! I have hooded eyes, so I draw my wings more outwards as opposed to upwards so they accentuate my eye shape better.
I fell into makeup by accident, but I found my love for it, and once I realized that I could actually turn it into a huge business, that's when I started taking it a little bit more seriously, but it's always something that I knew could be something.
I try new techniques and styles almost every day, so I'm always challenging myself.
Mascara can definitely be one of the hardest parts of the beauty routine. Nothing is worse than when you are applying your mascara, and you've worked an hour on the most flawless blended eye shadow, and with one slip of the finger, your mascara is all over your face.
I love doing supercrazy, avant-garde but still stunning looks.
I'm a super creative person and have always loved drawing and painting since I was super young, but makeup was a new avenue for me.
I can be confident with bare skin and with a full face.
My photos would not be as high quality without my dad. He's a contractor, and together we converted an area in our basement into a makeup studio with a desk, a mirror lined with dimmable lights, and storage areas.
I was very immature - who isn't at age 12? Let's be real. Once I kind of figured myself out and grew as a person, I now have a ton of different friends and learned who I was.
I do love a good dark guy. Maybe a beard - some sister scruff?
I'm having fun. I'm being myself. I'm doing what I love. That's all that matters.
I'm still confident as a boy, and I will always be a boy.
My brows have definitely underwent quite the transformation since I started doing makeup. They used to be disgusting, and now they're a lot better, and I'm happy with them.
I have pretty defined features: huge brows, very small eyelids, and a chunky nose. I love them all, but they're definitely not the easiest things to work with when it comes to makeup, so I've really had to practice and see what I like on myself!
I don't care if someone makes fun of me, but if someone calls me a mean person or something, I reply. If you don't like me in makeup, that's OK. But I would like people to like me as a person.
If you're ringing my doorbell eight times every three minutes and hiding behind my garbage cans, I will call the police. That is literally harassment.
When I first started off doing makeup, I used to use literally the most intense, cement, full-coverage makeup ever, but I realized, hey, if you're working really hard on your skincare routine, you don't need this.
I started my account to post pictures of client makeup I did to get more gals during prom season. I never in a million years would've expected to be where I am today, or even working with CoverGirl.
My followers are some of the most loyal people out there. They know everything about me and my life. They know all my drama with guys that I have crushes on, all that stupid stuff that doesn't really matter. But all that stuff allows me to build a close relationship with them.