This Woman Recreated a Snapchat Filter on Her Face


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Like me, you're probably obsessing over Snapchat's newest batch of filters, especially the one with the super-heavy makeup that goes over your face. 

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Beauty blogger Mayra Isabel​ put her makeup skills to the ultimate test and recreated the filter IRL. I can't get over how spot-on this transformation is. 

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In her super-entertaining makeup tutorial below, she lets us know that she used a lot of everything — including​ Elmer's Glue, a ton of concealer, and a whole lotta' drama on the brows. 

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Here's how it went down if you're up for trying it out. 

Step one: Go right in for the kill by lathering Elmer's Glue Stick on your eyebrows. 

Step two: Apply a bunch of red color-correcting cream to your brows, then pack on a bunch of concealer. 

Step three: Draw in super-skinny eyebrows and go ham with your arch. Overextend like crazy!

Step four: After blending in three different shades of eye shadows, adding a touch of shimmer, eyelashes to your top and bottom lashes, and some major contouring, you're almost there. 

​"I really give my props to people who do drag makeup. It is so hard to even blend eye shadow on top of those brows," she said. 

Step five: Add a ton of red lipstick and some major lipliner with a little heart right above it to seal the deal. Voilà, you have transformed into a Snapchat queen. 

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