Added by on March 6, 2015

I was requested to show how milk of magnesia could be used as a face primer. Great for mattifying the face for long lasting foundation wear. All products use…

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  • ella brookes 2 years ago

    You look gorgeous, thanks for the tip, im going to try this cause im like
    an oil slick…that foundation just slides right off!

  • Janette Smith 2 years ago

    You should be using the Makeup Bullet! Love it!!!

  • Angel Ann 2 years ago

    I just want to say I absolutely L.O.V.E. your hair. Gorgeous! Makeup was
    fabulous, too. :) 

  • Dolly McGuire 2 years ago

    You betta WORK! Probably the fastest I’ve ever Subscribed to a channel. One
    artist to another, flawless!

  • Chanelle E. 2 years ago

    Love the video! But where to get the magnesium in your hair though is
    gorgeous.!

  • WenjyWonderland 2 years ago

    Girl, that’s crazy you looks like Rihanna with darker shade

  • Monikizzle 2 years ago

    Love your skin 

  • Andy N 2 years ago

    It’s actually not great for mattifying the face because it contains sodium
    hypochlorite and the pH is way too high for your face.

  • Sharlene Bueno 2 years ago

    You look like Rihanna. :O Pretty!

  • dbess72 2 years ago

    It seems like a lot of makeup, but once she applies it, it enhances her
    natural beauty. 

  • Nyneve D 2 years ago

    Way too much add-ons. Whose got time to do all of that?

  • James Wilkinson 2 years ago

    You look as beautiful with or without the make up

  • Vicente D 2 years ago

    That highlight looks CRAZY GORGEOUS on you

  • TheGodivaGoddess 2 years ago

    The negativity on this video is ridiculous! If you don’t like the routine
    or its not for you then move along! Why take time to type and spew hate.
    Ugh! Gorgeous look Fash!

  • A Archer 2 years ago

    I learned about MOM from my natural hair stylist who’s also a make up
    artist. It’s great! And saves some money!

  • Shamerea The Beautiful 2 years ago

    this video gave me my life!

  • Vivvy777 2 years ago

    Too much makeup for me. Too masky. 

  • A Archer 2 years ago

    Looks pretty but that is a LOT of stuff on the face!

  • Angel Ashley 2 years ago

    You look stunning & great tip I would have never have thought to use mom
    for my oily skin will try thanks!!!! 

  • Muslimah Coleman 2 years ago

    Youre complexion is gorgeous!!

  • kyle ann brooks 2 years ago

    Very nice

  • Brenda Oneal 2 years ago

    Your hair is cute and that make up is too

  • Kylies Mom 2 years ago

    SLAYING

  • Gambrell Col 2 years ago

    I totally agree with GodivaGoddess ! Stop all the negativity and move on !
    I can’t believe how rude some people can be ! Geez! Good job Fash ! 

  • Raúl Jara 2 years ago

    Your hair and skin are perfect! :D 

  • Iesha Fisher 2 years ago

    Beautiful. You are CoverGirl Ready for anything. Thanks for the video. this
    was great.

  • txjj dynamic 2 years ago

    Do you ever have the issue of foundation creasing around your laugh lines ?

  • xDiamondDoll702x 2 years ago

    You are so beautiful!!!! I am in awe with this young lady

  • mariastylenbeauty 2 years ago

    Gorgeous!
    

  • A Archer 2 years ago

    Agreed Gambrell!

  • Eunice W 2 years ago

    There is no way that blush is coral, it’s flushed because coral is orangey
    shade and I wasted money buying it

  • chec786 2 years ago

    You’re beautiful with and without makeup!!! 

  • Paloma V. 2 years ago

    I had never heard this before. I can get quite oily in the summer, so I’ll
    definitely have to try this out. Thanks!!!!

  • Mandy Cummins 2 years ago

    You are absolutely stunning! I swear by MoM for oily skin but I do find
    that it can tend to lighten my foundation up a bit (I’m an Nc43 in MAC for
    reference). So combat that, after the MoM dries I take a dry, clean buffing
    brush and gently buff away some of the excess whiteness of the MoM before
    applying my foundation. works like a dream!

  • Shar0ne 2 years ago

    Your technique is great, but holy shit that’s a ton of makeup! You really
    looked beautiful w/o it. I mean you still looked great w/ it too, but I
    don’t see how the time & expense are worth it, plus makeup might ruin your
    skin. 

  • Diamond Moore 2 years ago

    Can you leave a list of the products you use in the description? It makes
    it easier for those of us who want to look the items up. Thanks

  • Caitlyn Moore 2 years ago

    Your gorgeous 

  • Kristiana Carter 2 years ago

    You really do not need foundation.

  • linay joshnee 2 years ago

    Very beautiful

  • _Cessahlee 2 years ago

    What color nail polish is this

  • Shanny Stephens 2 years ago

    I need to get some big hair like that!!i love the make up and you have some
    pretty skin. 

  • Adrian Stagg 2 years ago

    Great job! I loved this video and that you went a step further in
    explaining each and every step. Although, I don’t often wear makeup, I plan
    on wearing some for an upcoming wedding. Keep up the good work and thanks a
    bunch! I just subscribed.

  • donna doyle 2 years ago

    how much milk of magnesia does one put on?

  • thatbloodygirl 2 years ago

    You look like a better version of Rhianna plus a rich complexion.
    Not a make up routine that I would ever follow but great seeing how it’s
    done.

  • cynthia vang 2 years ago

    Your skin is flawlessly beautiful <3 New subby.

  • alphaacad1 2 years ago

    Broke me out real bad had to throw the bottle away. It’s not for everyone

  • Laxeus Cloud 2 years ago

    Cornstarch, i read, is too basic for your skins ph levels and will
    ultimately ruin your skins natural protective barrier.

  • redblanket16 2 years ago

    ….But why are you SO GORGEOUS?? lol
    Love the video!!!!

  • angel santiago 2 years ago

    You rea sooo beautiful. Oh my… and i loooove your hair :D 

  • Tolindra Collins 2 years ago

    You’re beautiful! !!