The Internet Is Divided Over This Viral Video Of A Girl Putting On Her Own Makeup

There has been a fierce debate over beauty and issues with women’s self-esteem these last few years, and it seems that the latest battleground was over a little girl’s video that went viral over the holidays.

When 3-year-old Liriana released a makeup tutorial shortly before Christmas, her biggest problem was whether or not her eye shadow was applied properly (it was).

Liraina is the daughter of Instagram user Suella, who has many videos of her playing with her brother, Dilan, and putting on makeup.

“She does her own makeup from start to finish,” says Suella. “I just sit there and record her while she does her own thing. She loves to copy everything that I do. Literally everything has to match with me: our outfits, makeup, hair.”

Liriana is certainly skillful at makeup application, expertly using her concealer, eye shadow, mascara, blush, and lipstick before blowing a kiss to her viewers. It was immediately popular across the social sharing network, with a ton of praise from users.

To Suella, it was just another amazing video that her daughter put out, and she could not have been more proud when other notable accounts asked if they could share her post on their feeds!

The post has amassed over 500,000 views and 1000 comments, however, not all of them are supportive. In fact, many of them are downright hurtful.

How To Wear A Blanket Scarf

Blanket scarves are a super popular cold weather accessory…and for good reason! Not only do they keep you warm but they’re stylish and look great with any outfit. Below are some ways that you can wear yours. Let us know how they turn out!

Take your scarf and fold in half so that it forms a triangle.

Wrap the ends around your neck and back around to the front. Tuck ends underneath scarf and you’re done!

This is very similar to the basic triangle. Fold your scarf in half so that it forms a triangle.

Wrap the ends around your neck and tie in a knot at the front.

Fold your scarf in half so that it forms a triangle.

Twist the scarf, wrap around neck and tie in front.

Fold scarf in half to form and triangle and twist.

Form a loop, wrap around neck and pull the end through the loop.

Fold scarf into a triangle and twist.

Wrap around neck. Bring one end to the front and one to the back and you’re done!


Have You Ever Had Cakes Like These Before?

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These cakes are almost too cute to eat! Mini Bundt Pan Pumpkin Cakes are so adorable for the fall season. They’re perfect for Thanksgiving, Halloween, or any kind of get-together with family or friends. What’s great about this recipe is that you don’t need any special cake carving skills to make them look like pumpkins…the bundt pans do all of the hard work for you!

  • 1 box vanilla cake mix + ingredients required on the box
  • 1/2 cup orange candy melts
  • 1/2 cup chocolate candy melts
  • 1/2 cup white frosting
  • 3 pretzel sticks
  • Assorted sprinkles
  • Mini bundt pan to make 6 cakes
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare mini bundt pan with a generous coating of nonstick spray.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, whisk or beat together the cake mix, plus the ingredients required on the box. Divide evenly between the mini bundt pan.
  3. Bake 15-20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean or with a few crumbs.
  4. Remove from oven, then let sit in pan about 10 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely.
  5. Once cooled completely, slice off any excess from the bottom of each cake to ensure they are flat.
  6. To assemble, flip a cake over cut side-up on a flat surface, then finish the “pumpkin” by placing a cake cut side-down on top. Try your best to line up the design of the bundt ridges.
  7. For the candy melt coating, melt the orange and chocolate candy melts in two separate bowls according to package directions, stirring until smooth. In a separate bowl, melt the white frosting 15-30 seconds in the microwave, or until smooth and more liquidy.
  8. Drizzle each assembled “pumpkin” with a separate color, allowing to drip down the sides. Sprinkle quickly with desired sprinkles, then place a pretzel stick in the center as the “stem.”
  9. Allow to set, about 15-30 minutes. Enjoy!


This Easy-To-Make Turkey Wreath Will Get You In The Thanksgiving Spirit

Thanksgiving is coming up fast, and this homemade wreath is sure to make your house stand out this holiday season. This Turkey Wreath is super cute and festive, but it’s also really simple to make. Give it a try and let us know how it turns out!

  • Foam wreath
  • Outdoor acrylic paint (brown, yellow and black)
  • Styrofoam ball (turkey’s head)
  • Styrofoam cone (turkey’s beak)
  • Two small Styrofoam balls (turkey’s eyes)
  • Brown yarn
  • Tulle (red, orange, brown and yellow)
  • Toothpicks
  • Hot glue
  • Red foam sheet
  1. Wrap your brown yarn around the foam wreath. Make sure to cover about 1/3 or the wreath with the yarn.
  2. Next paint your Styrofoam cone yellow, the larger ball brown and paint two black pupils on the small Styrofoam balls.
  3. Cut your tulle into strips into strips about 16-20 inches in length.
  4. Tie the strips of tulle around the part of the wreath that is not covered in brown yarn.
  5. Stick toothpicks in your Styrofoam balls and cone and stick into the yarn covered section of the wreath to form your turkey’s head, beak and eyes.
  6. Cut the waddle for your turkey out of the red foam sheet and glue to your turkey’s head under his beak.
  7. Your wreath is now ready to decorate your front door!


Witty Gloves Will Get You Ready For Cold Weather

These gloves are the next best thing to getting knuckle tattoos! Any kind of knit gloves will work for this craft (check out Target or Walmart for some cheap pairs). You can come up with your own cute phrases, or recreate ours. Have fun!

  • Knit gloves
  • Chalk
  • Embroidery thread
  • Embroidery needle
  • Cardboard
  1. Trace on of the glove fingers onto a piece of cardboard.
  2. Cut out the finger shape from the cardboard.
  3. Place the cardboard cutout inside each finger (one at a time). This will make drawing the chalk marks much easier!
  4. Use fabric chalk to mark where the knuckles are on the gloves.
  5. Sew your letters onto the fingers and cut the excess thread.
  6. Your gloves are finished and ready for fall weather!


Re-purpose Old Shirts Into Dapper Dog Collars

Oh my gosh! This has got to be the cutest DIY project ever! These DIY Dog Collars made from old button-down shirts are super adorable. You don’t even need any fancy skills to make them. Just cut the collar off an old shirt and you’re done!

  • Old button-down shirt
  • Scissors
  1. Take your shirt and using sharp scissors cut off the collar. Make sure to leave the top button intact!
  2. Put the collar on your pup and you’re done! Easy peasy!


Fuzzy Monster Bites Are A Kid-Friendly Recipe The Whole Family Will Love

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These little monsters are just so lovable! They’re almost too cute to eat! Fuzzy Monster Bites are an adorable little treat that’s perfect to make for Halloween. You kids will absolutely love them!

  • Purple and green food coloring
  • Shredded coconut
  • Green and purple candy melts
  • Ziplock bags
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking Sheet
  • Candy Eyes
  1. Pour some shredded coconut into two bowls. Add purple food coloring to one bowl and green to the other. Stir to coat.
  2. Put the green candy melts in a microwave safe bowl. Do the same with the purple candy melts. Microwave according to package directions.
  3. Remove candy melts from the microwave and put the colors into two separate Ziplock bags. Cut the corner off one end of the bag.
  4. Pipe some of the green and purple candy melts on to the parchment paper (about one tablespoon of the candy melt for each monster).
  5. Add a lollipop stick and sprinkle with your colored coconut.
  6. Add the candy eyes and let harden.


Re-purpose Old Milk Jugs Into These Adorable Halloween Luminaries

Create your own Halloween decorations for cheap! There’s no need to spend a ton of money to decorate your house when you can make these super cute Milk Jug Ghosts. Not only are they cute, but they light up your sidewalk for all your little trick-or-treaters!

  • Milk jugs
  • Black Sharpie
  • Xacto knife
  • Battery operated tea light
  1. Clean and dry your milk jugs.
  2. Take your black Sharpie and draw the faces on your milk jugs.
  3. Use an Xacto knife to cut a hole in the back of the jug (make sure it’s big enough to fit the tea light through).
  4. Put your tea light inside the jug and you’re done! You can also fill the jug with some sand to make it more stable before adding the light.