1. When did you start your channel and what was the first video you posted? 2. Which YouTubers inspired you to start your channel? 3. What is the worst video you have ever filmed? 4. What is your favorite video you have ever filmed? 5. What is your favorite type of video to film? 6. What aspect of your makeup has improved the most? 7. What aspect of your filming process has improved the most? 8. What were your goals when you started your channel? 9. Who has supported you the most? 10. What advice would you give to someone who wants to start a YouTube channel?
Part of learning and growing as a culture is listening to others in order to develop the most nuanced and accurate world view possible. The videos in this playlist intend to do just that: introduce you to new experiences and points of view, or describe my point of view on specific, important issues.
The videos in this series show you the basics to the mug I've been doing most lately. I use all kinds of makeup products to transform, but the techniques and types of products and tools I use are more important than the names of the brands I use. I've cultivated this face through years of watching YouTube videos like these, as well as working with some amazing queens. This face belongs to you as much as it does to me or any of the queens before me.