Makeup tutorials of beauty vloggers are a gem especially to those who have little to no idea how to properly do their eyebrows or make a cat eye. The success of said videos lies heavily on the skills of the tutor.
But Anne Rhycie Kate Custodio is not your ordinary makeup tutor. This Ilongga does her makeup on top of a moving tricycle, and takes a video while she’s at it.
The video, posted on the Facebook page of Range Advertising, went viral a few hours after it was uploaded. Pak Na Pak Sa Trayk has been watched for over two million times and shared 39,000 times, as of this writing.
The six-minute clip shows Anne on top of the three-wheeled vehicle traversing the street of Iloilo City as she transforms from bare faced to glammed up. She begins with rubbing a block of ice on her face, to tighten her pores, giddily follows it up with primer, foundation, setting powder, and blush on.
She then beautifies her eyebrows, as she quips: “Acads is life, but kilay is still lifer!” Her inconvenient position doesn’t seem to bother her—or it does, but she doesn’t show it—as she expertly applies eye shadow and mascara. Anne finishes off her look with a few enhancements on her nose line and a swipe of lipstick.
Anne then removes the rollers on her hair to reveal her loose waves, and poses and smizes for the camera. At the end of the entertaining video, she manages to look prettier and stay on top of the tricycle at the same time—girl definitely got some mad skills.
While some of us can’t even draw symmetrical eyebrows.
Also, props to Anne for keeping a straight face and calling out the person who catcalled her while filming the video.
The video is part 2 of Range Advertising’s “Kabalan sa Salakyan.” The first part, which also went viral, shows Anne doing her makeup inside a moving jeepney.
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