DAN AND PHIL BLINDFOLDED MAKEUP CHALLENGE

DAN AND PHIL BLINDFOLDED MAKEUP CHALLENGE


Hello, Internet! So, this year, 2015, on Friday the 13th of March, it is Red Nose Day in the UK, which is a fundraising event held by Comic Relief to help transform the lives of people in the UK and Africa, and this year, the theme is “Make Your Face Funny for Money,” and they are doing a little thing called the “selfie” where you make your face look ridiculous, donate a pound, and then share the picture with everybody, encouraging them to do the same thing. So, I thought this would be a pretty good opportunity to do something that I would otherwise have no interest in doing on this YouTube channel, ’cause why would I ever want a blindfolded makeup challenge. But for that, I’m going to need a friend, and I’ve only got one. Dan: Hi Phil! Phil: Hi! Dan: Are you ready? Phil: No! I think this video’s completely been worse than a regular makeup challenge as we’ve got no idea what we’re doing! Dan: And that’s saying something. Let’s go! ‘Kay, I went to a shop and got lots of weird stares, but I bought some mascara, some eyeliner, some eye shadow, some blusher– Phil: Oh, it’s my favorite shade! Dan: And some lipstick! Phil: Yay! Dan: Now, Phil, put on this blindfold. Phil: Okay. Dan: Try to make me beautiful. Phil: That’s gonna be difficult. Dan: Thanks. Phil: Ooh, it’s made out of silk. Ow. Dan: Ow? Phil: It’s– it’s– Dan: Really? ‘Kay, Phil– Hands together, please. There’s the makeup! Phil: Right, I’m gonna enter the mind of a beauty guru. We’re gonna start with… Dan: Some… Phil: Some blusher. Dan: That– Phil: I think this is the blusher? Uh… So I get this… Dan: Okay. Phil: on your cheeks. Is it working? Dan: “Is it working?” I mean, yup, you’re– you’re applying something to my face. There will be results. Phil: Just need a bit of contour-age as well. Dan: Con– cont– it’s “contouring,” Phil. Phil: Contouring. Dan: It’s not “contour-age.” Phil: Contour your face… What’s this? Dan: That’s the eyeliner. Phil: Oh, okay. Dan: Please don’t stab me! Phil: Is this sharp? Oh, it’s a little bit sharp! Okay! You ready? Dan: Why didn’t I think about how dangerous this would be? Um… Oh, Phil, you’ve–! Phil: Oh, I’ve broken it! Dan: You– Phil: No! Dan: Oh my God, Phil. Phil: Can you sharpen this? Dan: Um, I think you’ve– you’ve– you’ve– you’ve done enough damage with the eye pencil. Phil: Eye shadow! I can’t open it. Dan: Are you okay there, Phil? Phil: No! Dan: Blindfolded Phil versus plastic box! Phil: This video’s gonna be 48 minutes long. Um… Dan: I might just fast-forward this. Phil: I can’t get it open! I’ve got it, I’ve got it; I’ve done it! Woo! Okay. Dan: Very well done, Phil. Phil: I’m on a roll. Dan: So what– what’s this you think you got? Phil: Eye shadow. Dan: Right. Phil: Now, this is great for illuminating. Dan: You’re illuminating me, are you? Phil: Yeah. Dan: Okay, fantastic. Phil: I’m illuminating your eyes and contouring. There’s some more. Dan: Some more contour-age? Phil: Wait, wait, wait, I want a lot on this one. Dan: Oh, okay. Why– why specifically on that one? Phil: Just, I– I feel like that’s your good side, so– Dan: Okay. Phil: that’s where you need the most. Dan: To make up for what? Phil: To make up for the droop. Dan: Okay. Phil: Okay. And then I hear that some girls actually put a little bit on their chin, so… Dan: No, you’re gonna ruin it! You’re gonna– oh! I mean, by this point, it’s just… Yup! And what’s left, Phil? Phil: Um… I think lipstick? Dan: Yes. Don’t be too violent. Phil: Okay. I’m just gonna guess where your mouth is. Around there? And… around there. Was I doing it on your nose or something? Dan: No, no, you– To be fair, considering the circumstances, that could’ve been worse. Phil: My mom would sometimes rub a little bit of lipstick on her cheek as well, as a blush. See, I’ve learned things. Dan: He’s so full of lies! Phil: I’ve learned things! Dan: What are you doing? Phil: I’m doing a little bit of a blush. Dan: You’re just enjoying this power too much. You’re just trolling me at this point. Phil: Just make sure I’ve got enough on. Dan: Okay, you’re fi–! Phil: Does it taste good? Dan: Uh, no. Phil: And then we’ll just give you a little ear tint as well. Dan: What are you do–? Phil: I’m giving you an ear tint! Dan: Get off my ears! Phil: Stay still! Stay still! This is what you signed up to. Dan: This is not– oh! Phil: It’s an ear tint. Dan: God, uh! Phil: It’s an ear tint. Dan: Wow, you’re so forward-thinking with your makeup solutions. Phil: I know. Beauty gurus, 2016, ear tints is what’s on the way. Um… Wait, I’ve got one thing left. What is it again? Did– did we introduce this? Dan: Yeah, we– we did introduce it. Phil: Is this some kind of lip liner? Uh… Dan: Come on, there’s a word for it. Phil: It’s an eyelash… Dan: I– I know you’re not an experienced makeup user, but you know the word. Phil: An eyelash enhancer. Eye– mascara! It’s a mascara! Dan: Well done. Mm, mm– Phil: Is that your eye? Dan: Dry scraping. Yup, on my eyelid. Phil: Wait, let’s get a little bit more juice in there. Dan: Don’t say that. Phil: And… where’s your other eye? Close it, close it! Dan: Yes, it’s– don’t worry! It wasn’t– That’s not my eyela– oh my… Phil: What was I doing? Dan: That was–! Think I have a wonderful uni-brow now. Phil: And then a little… Dan: No, that’s still not my eyelid! Phil: I’m contouring. There we go. And I think I’m done! Do you feel like I’m done? Dan: I feel like I definitely want you to be done. Moment of truth! Phil: Okay, I’m ready. Dan: What’ve you done? Phil: Amazing! Dan: What’ve you done to my face? Phil: The lipstick is actually quite good. Dan: The lipstick was good, the mascara not so much. It kind of looks like I’ve been crawling through a pigsty, and God knows what you did to my ear. Phil: I tinted your ear! That actually looks quite good. Dan: It’s the next trend. Phil: Ear tints. Dan: Right, time for my revenge! I mean, my turn! Phil: I’m scared! Dan: Oh yeah! Phil: But you know I did that fairly, though, right? Dan: In what way did you do that fairly? Phil: I was trying, one hundred percent, to make you beautiful. Dan: Okay, if you say so. Phil: Can you see anything? Dan: Uh… Nope, not at all. Phil: Are you sure? Dan: Yes, I’m pretty sure I can’t see anything. Phil: Okay, you definitely can’t see anything. Dan: Why? Phil: Don’t ask. Dan: But Phil, what will we do about the broken eye pencil? Phil: Well, you could use the handy pencil sharpener from the Dan and Phil pencil case. Dan: It’s convenient not only for school work, but for beauty too – danandphilshop.com! Phil: Oh, it works as well. It actually works. Dan: Are you surprised? Oh, God. Right, Phil, give me me instruments. Phil: Here’s your tools. Dan: Okay. Phil: Oops. Dan: You… Thanks. Here, I’m going to start with the eyeliner. Phil: I’m scared! Dan: I figure, eyes first; good place to start. Phil: I like my eyes. Dan: So, um… Phil: Please, please be careful. Dan: Are you sure? Phil: Yes. Dan: Okay. Phil: That’s my– that’s my nose. Dan: Don’t mind this inappropriate face touching. Phil: Uh… Dan: Is your eyeball closed? Phil: Is… My eyeball is closed, yes. Dan: Okay. Phil: Ow! You’re pressing too hard! Dan: No, no, I’m not. I’m not. Phil: That is hard. Dan: Shh… There we go! That’s one eye. And then– Ah! Ah! Ahhhhh! Phil: Don’t put your hand in my mouth! There is no– Dan: Why was your mouth open? Phil: There is no mouth in my eye. I mean, there’s no eye in my mouth. Dan: Oh, for God’s sake. Stand still! Phil: I’m scared. Dan: Close your orifices. Phil: I’m nervous. Everybody who puts on eye makeup has their mouth open anyway. That’s a thing, right? Dan: There we go. I’m gonna go for a smokey eye look. Um… Phil: Smokey eyes. Dan: So… I’m gonna start in this corner and just do some dabbing. Like that. Phil: Thanks. Dan: And then there was some, like, pink thing in the middle, so I think I’m just gonna do some, like, accented corners. Just for, like, a true, like, tri-colour vibe. You’re gonna just look amazing, to be honest. Phil: Ow! Dan: There we go. And that’s that. Phil: Wow. Dan: Uh… Here is the long thing. Okay, this is the mascara. I’m gonna get it nice and dabbed up, and then I’m going to– Phil: I wasn’t ready, I wasn’t ready! Dan: What do you mean, you weren’t ready? What else was I doing? Phil: I need– I need to close my eyes! Alright. You just did that on my cheek. Dan: Did I? Phil: Yeah. Dan: Oops. Can– What– Let me– Phil: That’s– There’s no eyes there, Dan. Dan: Is that your eyeball? Phil: Kind of. Dan: Oh yeah. Accuracy, even when blindfolded. Phil: Oh my God. Alright, sorry, I’m going– Dan: Are you just in wonderment at how beautiful you look? Phil: Yes. Dan: Now we’re going to give you beautiful rosy ch– This is hard to open! Phil: Let’s see how long it takes Dan to open it. Oh. Dan: Just gonna be nice and rosy. There we go. Phil: Haven’t I got really smooth cheeks? Dan: You’ve got– Wow. Why are your cheeks so smooth? Phil: I should harvest these and sell them. Dan: Do you moisturize? Phil: Yeah. Dan: Do you actually? Phil: I do moisturize. Dan: It works. Phil: You should moisturize! Dan: Maybe I should. And then a final dab. I rec– Phil: That’s my nose! Dan: No! No, that’s your cheekbone, isn’t it? Phil: That is not my cheekbone. Dan: That’s your– It’s Red Nose Day! It’s fine! I– Phil: You’ve made my nose blush. Dan: I meant to do it. And now it’s time for the lip-oo-stick-oo! Phil: Oh my God. Dan: Right, okay, so don’t move– Phil: Okay. Dan: ’cause I want this to be accurate, right? Phil: I’m not moving. Dan: Okay. Where’s– Right. There’s your lips! Phil: Yeah. Dan: What? What? Phil: I wasn’t gonna tell you! That is the lid. Dan: Oops! Phil: It’s invisible lipstick. I feel so great. Dan: Stay still. Phil: Why am I closing my eyes? Dan: I– I don’t know. I would if I were you. Dan: Stay still. No! Phil, I was leaning on you! Why did you move? Phil: What were you doing? Oh, it’s in my mouth! Dan: Honestly, how unprofessional. Who moves when– I told you not to move! Right, okay, let’s– I need to do the other half. Phil: Wait, just getting it out of my mouth. Dan: Wait, what– what happened? Phil: I think it snapped off. Dan: Where did it go? Phil: I’ll place it back into the tube. Dan: Draw… What? Phil: It just snapped off! Dan: Oh, for God’s sake! Whatever! Whatever! Okay, finished! Phil: Okay. Do you wanna have a look? Dan: Okay. Dan: Oh no! Phil: Such a disaster. Dan: You look like a vampire! Phil: I look like I just ate someone’s neck. Dan: Right, side-by-side comparison. What– what was that pout? Phil: That– that was my– that was my “I’ve Just Put My Makeup On” face. Dan: So who’s do you think was better? Phil: Mine. Dan: What? Your job on me? Phil: Yeah! Dan: No way! I look like a complete disaster! Phil: You look so much better than usual. Dan: Other– Phil: I think, honestly, we were both terrible, and we shouldn’t even try to have a winner. Dan: Le– let’s not joke; that was a complete disaster. Phil: Yay! Dan: I’ve got a drop of lipstick on the carpet! Phil: Dan! Dan: What do I do? What do I do? Phil: I don’t know! Dan: Okay, don’t move. It’s on our clothes, it’s on the bed, anything we touch is gonna get destroyed. We need to phone a girl and ask them what to do in this situation. Uh oh! Yeah, that does not look like that is coming out any time soon. Ph– What are you doing? Phil: I’m trying to get lipstick off the carpet! Dan: Oh dear. And why are you wearing the nose? Phil, you’re going to get makeup on the inside of it. I didn’t want us to ruin them. Oh dear. Uh, why is there a cleaver on the floor? Phil: It’s here to scrape and then dab. Scrape and dab. Dan: So you’re doing that with a cleaver? Phil: Scrape and dab. Dan: Okay, we’ve got a selfie to take. Now’s the important part. Phil: Yes. Dan: It’s time for you guys to join in. Phil: You. Dan: You, specifically. If you want to join in with the Make Your Face Funny for Money campaign, all you have to do is make yourself look ridiculous, like this, and then take a selfie. Phil: Oh no. Give us a nice filter, at least. Dan: I think we’re a bit beyond filters, to be honest. Okay. Three, two, one. Oh my God. Phil: I think I look a bit like my mum. Sorry, Mum. Then text “FUNNY” to 70011 to donate £1 (one pound) to Comic Relief. Dan: And you’ll be sent one of these links, where you can upload your picture, and it will maybe be used in the Red Nose Day campaign. Phil: Does that mean our picture could be on TV? Dan: Let’s pray that that doesn’t happen. Then all you have to do is share that picture with all of your friends, and encourage them to join in, so I am going to Instagram this with the hashtag “RND Face.” (#RNDFace) Phil: And we’re going to search through that hashtag and like loads of your photos to say thank you for your facial sacrifice. Dan: Facial sacrifice? Phil: Well, you know I mean… Dan: That is basically what this was. Well, thanks for joining me, Phil! Phil: Thanks for having me! I’m really glad this’ll be on the internet forever. Dan: Oh, of course, like everything we ever do. You can click “Subscribe” on Phil’s face if you wanna see more of him in your life. Phil: Just try not to smudge my mascara, please. Dan: Oh, totally. You can completely ruin his makeup if you do it too hard. And this is when I’d usually ask you to click “Subscribe” if you want to see more videos like this from me, but… no. Never again.

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