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Luckily, no one has tried to copy the video to date, but the idea of using weird items to blend make-up isn't fizzling. LITERALLY USING A SINGLE MARSHMALLOW DOESN'T CAUSE WORLD HUNGER OR FAMINE. Makeup has no rules and we can go out of the way and try new things. Keep your negativity to yourself.' This fad is a close cousin to the one above, but instead of using household items or body parts to blend make-up, this viral sensation sees people using them to actually apply cosmetics.
Most recently, Instagram user @manalmuffin used a marshmallow to blend her highlighter, bronzer and face primer to create a 'dewy' look. Vloggers and Instagram stars have used everything from stiletto heels and scissors to forks and tape to get the perfect contour in the past, but the ideas don't stop there.
'He ended up calling me for four hours and he was really funny and really nice and really sweet and these [photos] are from the night after he called,' Ms O'Neill said.
'My skin was not great so I put on a really thin layer of foundation and I took a whole heap of selfies and I ended up sending him this stupid one because I just thought the whole process was so stupid I didn’t understand why he wanted a goodnight selfie.'The model then suggested the pair pursue an online relationship as he thought it would 'go crazy'.
It's been shared more than 51,000 times and liked by more than 195,000 people.
While some critics say it looks like the leg is rotting, the overwhelming majority find it mesmerizing.
After a teenager used her boyfriend's testicles in lieu of a beauty-blending sponge a few weeks ago, you would have thought the Internet had seen the last of the crazy, just-for-shock-value fads.
Apparently, the beauty world isn't there yet, though. Jenna Marbles posted her parody video of the Ultimate 100 Coats of Things back in December, we thought we'd seen the last of the absurd 100-layer challenge, which saw vloggers applying 100 coats of everything from nail polish to foundation in the hopes of gaining viewers.
And just this week drugstore favorite Wet n Wild launched its Unicorn Glow Summer Limited Edition Collection.Romantic - and very public - relationships between prominent You Tube and Instagram stars has become commonplace.'You might think I'm just taking a few snaps': The former Instagram star shared a series of selfies she had taken to impress a supermodel who had asked for them after meeting her and pursuing her online'You might think I'm just taking a few snaps': The former Instagram star shared a series of selfies she had taken to impress a supermodel who had asked for them after meeting her and pursuing her online You Tubers Jenna Marbles and Julien Solomita, Zoella and Alfie Deyes and Tanya Burr and Jim Chapman are among the most famous couples - though there is no suggestion that these particular couples are 'faking' their relationships.One of the models at the Romance Was Born show walked the runway wearing a unicorn horn headpiece during this past Australia Fashion Week.Now, the 19-year-old, from Queensland, has released a new video claiming that social media star couples are not necessarily what they seem, and revealing her own shocking experience.