MEAN GIRLS Makeup Tutorial | Lindsay Lohan as Cady Heron

shut up! …I didn’t say anything hey it’s Jackie and welcome back to my channel I’ve been gone for about
two weeks and I’m so excited to be back and filming lots more videos at for 2018
starting with this Mean Girls look! I’m sure I’m not the only one who re-watched Mean Girls over the winter break it’s just iconic it never gets old to me
and I wanted to recreate Lindsay Lohan’s look Cady Heron from when she is a
newbie and then the transition to cold, shiny hard plastic! So I hope
you guys enjoy it make sure you give it a thumbs up if you do and comment below
your favorite mean girls quote… Mine is anything that comes from Karen Smith’s
mouth she’s just so funny but anyways there is a giveaway involved with this, I
should have mentioned that, you can win it this burn book palette over
on my Instagram – not this exact one, I bought a new one for you guys! You
could win one of these and you just have to comment on the photo pertaining to
the giveaway and you could win, let’s get started with this video!
Lindsay’s makeup was done by Mario Cacioppo… hopefully I’m pronouncing
that right and we’ll have a list of the exact products in the downbar but a lot
of them were Mac products and some of those are discontinued now so we’re
gonna use some new ones and for the skin I’m gonna start out with my favorite
moisturizer this is a Charlotte Tilbury magic cream and then I’m following
up with Mac strobe cream once I let the moisture sink in first look is Cady’s innocent polished
look for the first day school she wasn’t super contoured but there’s always a bit
of definition on camera so I’m using the gigi hadid a tinted primer just in
areas I would normally contour so underneath my cheekbones and then
tapering downward as well as underneath my jaw line and a touch on the forehead
and then I’m going to go over top with maybelline’s up to 24-hour foundation, this is a little bit too high coverage for this look so I’m thinning it out with a more
of Mac strobe cream this is also going to add more dewiness to the skin, I
do love the lightest shade it’s perfect for super fair-skinned if you need to
conceal under the eyes I like the benefit of boi-ing brightening
concealer and this will just cancel out the darkness and then I’m contouring my
nose really lightly with Urban Decay Naked skin shape-shifting palette and as
always I like to take the darkest shade and I’m creating a pointier nose tip
like Lindsey and then defining my bridge but you don’t want this to look super
done up we’re gonna add freckles which will also make it appear a lot more
natural so with the easiest way that I find to do this is just take a medium
toned brow product and then dot over the bridge and the cheek bones adding little
touches around the chin the lip forehead but the best thing is when your products
haven’t been set yet just to take your finger and pat over the products and it
really blends in and looks super natural still with my benefit goof proof brow
pencil I’m filling in my brows lightly and I like to keep mine more natural I
am going to add a bit more of a curved shape like Lindsey’s but hers were
really thin and I don’t want to change my brows so I’m just going with what I
have but of course if you have a thinner brows then you’ll be more on point final
step for brows I’m using Revlon Colorstay brow mousse this is in a red
shade and it helps add that Auburn tone to the brows and moving on to a
highlighter this is optional because our skin is already looking really glowy and
fresh but I just got this one from Charlotte Tilbury and it’s really
beautiful but super natural so it was perfect for this first look and I’m
applying it to my chin forehead nose and right above my brows
here I’m setting the skin with Patrick Starrr setting powder there’s a reason
why everyone’s raving about it it gives a nice matte finish but it still looks
fresh and I didn’t add too much on the highlighted areas to make sure I keep
the sheen and the original blush was Mac stained in pink lure but it’s
discontinued so I mixed a gorgeous fresh pink called I’m a lover for Mac on the
apples of my cheeks really built it up and then I added an extra dimension
blush in Faux Sure! underneath and there isn’t a ton going on with this makeup
look so blush is more of the focus especially because Cady is usually
flushed looking at good old Aaron Samuels, this was an extra step but my
neck was a little bit paler than my face so I brought in a bit of warmth with
hoola light bronzer and finally the real star of the show the storybook cosmetics
of Mean Girls palette so here’s an overview I’m obsessed with this
packaging of course it’s shaped like the burn book iconic hot pink and the names
are super clever they have a really great range of fun shadows and using
only this palette for this first look so starting with the matte light shade
called the plastics I’m applying this to my brow bone and the inner corner of the
eye for a glow around the base of the lashes use you can sit with us a pretty
matte peachy shade and this looks especially great on making blue or green
eyes pop like Lindsay to blend this peach out use Regina
George all over the lid this is my favorite shade in the palette it has a
rose gold reflex to it and I’ve worked this up too at the brow bone as well I
chose to add in Glenn Cocco above the crease and a rounded motion to give more
depth to the eye added a bit more of that peach shadow because I felt like we
lost it in there and with one of my favorite liners this is Revlon’s casual
liner in fig create a subtle line just into the lashline focused on the outer
corners smoked out to soften up the line and finally with the matte plum shade
she doesn’t even go here had continued to blend out the lash line curl those
lashes and we’re adding a volumizing mascara
I love the new total temptation Maybelline mascara it has a fluffy
applicator and defines the eye but keeps the lashes still looking more on the
natural side you can for sure leave the liner how it is I just have very rounded
eyes so I like to taper them out for a bit more of an almond shape by adding
the liner in the inner corners of the eye as well I think curling the lashes
after your mascara has dried also makes a big difference with the curl but
please do this gently you don’t want to chop off them lashes and lips are super
simple this was actually my go-to lipstick in high school it’s patisserie
by Mac and I’m very minimally applying this to help complete the look keep
watching to see the plastic transformation and thumbs up if you’ve
enjoyed so far now we got to complete the look by
adding a simple low key ponytail so keep your part slightly off-center and then
it combed the back and just create a low ponytail you don’t want it too low right
at the nape of your neck you want it a about an inch higher so that you still
see the pony when you’re looking forward and have it slightly to the side as well
also sometimes I get a lot of questions like oh how do you change your hair
color for these videos my hair is definitely not as red as it’s seen on
camera right now I use a mixture of sprays and then I also do change the
saturation so that is kind of the editing magic of it all and the specific
temporary hair color I’m using is by L’Oreal it’s their color ista sprays and
this one is in rose gold it has quite a bit of sparkle in it but it’s really
pretty and I found that it did make the hair a little bit harder to work with
it’s best if you style your hair and then add it rather than the other way
around but I love how it turned out and then add a plaid shirt maybe a khaki
jacket and okay guys it’s time to get plastic with
this portion of the video we’re just gonna amp up this makeup and have
everything it’s just a little too much so first we’re gonna bronze I’m using my
favorite bronzer at the hourglass ambient bronzer and carving out the
cheekbones a little bit more adding more of a sunkissed look and then the blush I
am obsessed with Charlotte Tilbury blushes they’re my favorite thing from
Charlotte Tilbury this one is called love is the drug and amping up that
color the highlight is also gonna be amped up but this is the gigi hadid
illuminator and it has a gorgeous pink glow I chose to recreate Katy’s look
here because I loved the eye makeup and I thought she looked so pretty in a
light blue so I have two different options for what you can go with for
just kind of different price points first I have the NYX jumbo eye pencil
and this is in Pacific really similar blue and super easy to blend so this is
gonna go in the inner corner and slightly onto the lid and back with the
palette we’re gonna experiment with the shades again first I’m taking Glenn
Cocco and I’m gonna carve out the crease a little bit and I took a bit of
Wednesday which is a hot pink and I’m applying this above my crease just in
the center through for a fun pop of pink I thought it looked nice with the blue moving on to liner we’re gonna heavily
line the eyes i’m using the gigi hadid black liner this one is super black and
really stays put and we’re gonna smoke this out trying to incorporate as many
shades as I can while still keeping true to the character I’m adding she doesn’t
even go here for a fun pop of purple in the center underneath the lash line and
to help smoke it out so it’s not as harsh and then I also took some of that
purple and carved out the crease very minimally add on lots of mascara I used
bad gal lash by benefit here and then with Mac’s lip liner in Marsala
I’m lightly lining my lips fading in and the gloss I went with is called
destiny from buxom I love buxom glosses but I swear this was Houdini gloss I
couldn’t find it after I used it so another great option that’s kind of more
trendy right now is the fenty gloss it also works great so here is my a plastic
transformation let’s take a look at the hairstyle got some curls in and we’re creating a
really low-key half-up half-down style tousle have some front pieces to the
back twist and then a pin in the shape of an X using a two decorative silver
Clips I created these curls / waves with my Bellami wand I didn’t hold the curls
on the barrel for a super long so that they wouldn’t be a perfect ringlets but
more of a wave and then I ran through with my fingers and sealed in place with
a new favorite hairspray by Marc Anthony my hair is more curly in full here
Lindsey had choppy front bangs her hair was more thinned out very 2000s and she
had tons of layers where her hair would curl but this is just my version and
here is the full outfit first up this top is for Hollister Hollister and
Abercrombie tend to have these style tops so check there first and this
pretty exact skirt is from forever 21 online I’ll have as many items as I can
link down below and then I also added a pendant with my initial big silver
square earrings and a coach bag from the 2000s just for a fun touch vote in the
poll which look you like best jungle freak or cold shiny hard plastic and
don’t forget to follow me on Instagram and enter for a chance to win a new Mean Girls palette by storybook cosmetics thanks for watching I hope you guys
enjoy today’s Mean Girls inspired look and if you did make sure you hit that
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you in my next video

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