– Is a hot glue gun a makeup tool? – Let’s talk about that. (alarm rings)
(playful theme music) (fire blasts) Good Mythical Morning! – Putting on makeup is kinda
like doing crafts on your face. – Yeah.
– And just like doing crafts, it’s supposed to make you feel better. – And if you’re bad at it
and you end up stressed out and covered in glue and macaroni and wondering how glitter
got into your underwear. So today, we’re gonna double
down on how hard it is to be beautiful with a craft
store makeup challenge. – And of course, the
beauty gurus out there have attempted this challenge, but we’re gonna try and
take it to the next level. It’s time for, can these
two old farts be made up with craft store arts? We’ve asked Mythical crew
members Ellie and Jordan to go to a local craft store to find some crafty beauty hacks. – Each round we’re gonna try out a hack that they’ve attempted to invent and we’ll determine if it works and declare crafty or crappy. Let’s see the first challenge. – Hello, we’re back with
another beauty hack challenge. But this time we’re in a craft store. Now this has existed before,
we didn’t invent this. – This is GMM so our version
has to be dangerous and stupid. – So the first thing I feel
like we need to figure out is what we’re gonna do
for their foundation. – Right, right. It’s the foundation of this piece. – Yes. When people are really good at makeup, they look like they’ve been airbrushed. I was thinking we could
maybe just go straight to an actual airbrush paint gun. – Is that safe? – God no.
– Hard to say. – Airbrushes have specific paint. But I figure if we just
water down kids’ paint, it’ll work just as well. – That’s great reasoning. – That may be, like,
non-toxic health-wise, but beauty-wise, that’s toxic. – Okay Rhett and Link,
we challenge you to use a craft store airbrush
and kids’ non-toxic paint to spray each other’s
faces for foundation. – Wow. Thank you for all your
work and your research. – Who was that person, an employee? – [Ellie] I think she’s a art major. – (chuckles) Art major. – Okay, not a safety– – It’s the store owner I would guess. – Well, who knows. – So we’ve got paints here. You’ve got some paints over there. Bring those in, Rhett. We want a flesh tone, blue? No. Purple face? Sometimes. – Well they’ve already loaded up pink here because I think the only
thing that we could find that was close to a flesh tone was pink and then we’ve got some orange. So pink’s in there right now so that’s what you’re
going to be. (chuckles) – I should take my glasses off. – Yeah so I’m gonna turn this on. (device vibrates) Oh, you should probably hold that. ‘Cause any man who’s
having his face sprayed should be holding a vibrating compressor. As far as I’m concerned. So I’m trying to keep it out of orifi. Just keep that closed. – But relax the face, right? (device vibrates)
Ooh. – Here it comes.
– Ooh, it’s cold! – [Rhett] Oh, oh it’s nice. – It smells like an elementary school. – Nice, even tone. This is really, really nice. – Hold on, I gotta take a breath, hold on. Okay, okay go ahead. – You look great. I’m blending the lips in, it’s
going right over the lips. Turn towards me a little bit. Your ear needs it. – Mm-mm, mm-mm, mm-mm! (chuckles softly) – Real nice. Okay, I feel–
(Link moans) I feel pretty good about that. It looks like you may have broke out. – I look sunburned kind of. It’s not as pink in here. – You wanna change it out
for orange and let me go? – Yeah, man. – [Ellie] You can also breathe. It’s not gonna kill you. – Oh, it’s not gonna kill
you to breathe this stuff in? – Yeah, no.
– Because why, you been breathing it in, and you’re fine? – It’s not toxic, it’s
children’s paint, man. – It’s not toxic on your skin but like in your lungs forever? I would hold your breath if I were you. – Okay. You turn that back on, I’ll hold it. – Come on, baby, kick up. Do it, start. Come on, you can do it. – Is this normal? – It’s gotta go into high mode. There we go! Okay. I mean this is like spray tan situation. Oh yeah, turn to your left a little bit. Or your right, sorry. – No that is to my left. – Oh yeah, you’re getting orange, man. Ooh yeah! Nice and even. – It feels nice, I like it. – Nice and even tone.
– It’s refreshing. – What are you shaking for? – Because you’re doing it up my nostril. – Okay turn back towards me. – Oh wow, wow! – Both looking good. – Well the orange really
flows, doesn’t it? – This is what they call foundation. – Do you want me to hit
you up with some orange, because it’s a lot thicker than the pink. – Give me some orange highlights. – Highlights? – [Ellie] You could contour
and highlight, yeah. – Yeah, I’m gonna contour,
so, right down the middle. – Why you going right down the middle? Make my cheek bones pop, oh. – Turn. – Well hold on, this is just foundation. I don’t know what you’re doing. – I’m making you look great. – Okay, how’s this? This is what they call foundation. – Jordan?
– Yes. – There’s nothing more important in this life than bold brows. – Nothing. Not family, religion, civic pride. Brows are most important. – Every other day you see a new brow trend and one of those was brow extensions. Which is when people would
pay like $100 for like 10 days of extra brow hair being
added to their brows. I think we can beat that and
I was thinking, doll hair. We cut it up, take a glue
stick, cover their brows in it and smack it on. – Yes, and instead of costing $100, it’ll just cost 100 doll hairs. – Oh my God. Okay Rhett and Link, we
challenge you to make your brows bold and beautiful by
cutting up doll hairs and sticking it on with a glue stick. – It’s gonna look so cute! – Oh yeah. – Okay.
– Oh look, you got my color, thank you. – All right. – [Jordan] I hope you get that job in the Willy Wonka reboot.
– Yeah, mhm. – [Jordan] We’re all pulling for you. – I’m so big. That’s the thing that’s
going against me, but. – [Link] It looks like
little black Slinkies, man. – Does doll hair end? – I’m gonna do like a grab and chop. – Oh yeah, doll hair goes on forever. – So I’m trying to make
pieces I can just glue to my facial region. – [Rhett] Is this why most
dolls have curly hair? Is there a way to take the curl out? – I couldn’t have told you that most dolls have curly hair, I didn’t know– – Most of the dolls that
I’ve played with do. (Ellie chuckles) – I only play with dolls with curly hair. – Does it have curly hair, Mom? ‘Cause if it doesn’t,
I don’t wanna touch it. – Wow. – It’s amazing how it begins to expand. You could probably wig a number of dolls with just one little pack here. – All right, I’m going in with the glue. I’m gonna go, oh gosh. Putting the glue right on the brow. – It’s purple. – I’m not thinking about
the clean up process at all at this point. – Speaking of Willy Wonka, I mean. The Oompa Loompa, I’m really turning into an Oompa Loompa over here. Unintentionally. – And my face, is my face turning purple? – I hope so. – I’m gonna try some brow. Oh this glue is working good. Oh look, and I’ve got
a little curl hanging. See, I’ve found that the best technique, as I’ve done this for a
few seconds is just to jam as much on there as possible and then I’m just gonna
trim it right off my face with a sharp object. – I’ve always wanted curly brows. (crew laughing) – That’s very dainty,
mine’s a little bulkier. I’ve gotta thin this out a little bit. – Yours is maybe a little over the top. I think mine is nice and subtle. When you first see me, you’re like, is there something different
about his eyebrows, and then when you get closer you’re like, oh, yeah, his eyebrows
are bushier than normal. And his right eyebrow
completely covers his eye. – Look at this, I’m giving
myself a little shearing. – Be careful, Link. – [Stevie] I’m afraid you’re gonna cut off your own eyelashes. – Don’t stop him. – I think this is pretty great. – How do I look? – I think you need a trim right there. It’s coming down over your eyes. I wanna see those– – I like it. It’s mysterious. I think it’ll probably
fall throughout the rest of this episode so I’m just gonna leave it in full bulk form right now. – Okay, I’m feeling pretty great. I got a little accoutrement right there. – Yeah, you’re getting
better looking by the minute. (chuckles) – Okay Jordan. We just used a glue stick for the brows. What else does glue stick remind you of? – Okay, uh, kindergarten. – No, like in the beauty world. – Oh right.
– The glue stick. – Back to school, back to school shopping. – Glue stick is like lipstick, and then you can just shove glue stick on your lips but what
should we stick to it? ♪ Beads ♪ So many beads! – Good harmony there, too. ♪ Beads ♪ ♪ Beads ♪ ♪ Uh ♪ – Don’t swallow ’em. You can probably swallow a
couple and it’ll be fine. – One or two.
– You can swallow a few. – You can pass like a full wedding ring through your system. – Yeah, you could pass some beads. – In addition to beads, there’s other stuff we
could stick to their lips in this particular craft store. – It’s a surprise! – Oh there’s beads and a surprise. Bring in the beads and the glue stick. – So I have a different idea for you. Why don’t you come with me,
it’ll only take a second. – All right. All right, glue stick it up. – [Jordan] Yeah, tongue, tongue it. Tongue the beads. – How do I look? – Uh, yeah, I mean–
– I feel incredible. (Jordan laughs) – All right, I’m back. Ellie hooked me up with some
miniaturized scene stuff on my face. – You have a sky for a top lip– – With a cloud. That’s not herpes. (chuckles) – You have a nice park scene
with a tree and a happy couple sitting there on your bottom lip. – Look, it’s a earthquake. Whoa! Earthquake. Whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa. – [Jordan] Link, it would
be rad if a model train came out of your mouth right now. (Link mimics train whistle) – There it is.
– Oh gosh. The tongue train. – [Jordan] Oh no! – All aboard the tongue train! Oh no, please, forget I ever said that. – If you wanna get hot, the
last step to getting hot is to use a hot glue gun. – Oh, okay, that’s a fun pun. – So we’re gonna stick oil pastels through the hot glue gun tube,
melt them, squirt them out, use them as a creme blush and eye shadow. – That’s a good idea. – I feel like that probably
won’t work. (chuckles) – Probably have a lasting
effect of maybe a little red ’cause of the burning. – No, fam. – Okay Rhett and Link, we challenge you to put on a creme blush and eye shadow using only a hot glue gun and oil pastels. – I hope you like ouchies. – Yay! – That guy in the middle–
– This is gonna work! – He didn’t really seem
like your craft store type but he’s defying expectations. – No, he was like a really
hot art school teacher. – Oh, well thanks Ellie. (laughs) – Oh.
– What, you didn’t? – I didn’t get that vibe, but okay. The thing that I felt
was most insightful was, “No, fam.” I think that applies
to this entire episode. So we’ve got crayons. Is that what these are? – [Ellie] Oil pastels! – Oil pashtel. – I need to add some color to my cheeks, so I’m gonna go with the pink. – I’m gonna try to brighten up my deep, deeply set eyeballs
with some sky blue. Look at that, I mean, it’s amazing how it perfectly fit in this glue gun! – [Ellie] Thank you! – It’s like it was made for it. – Jordan and Ellie! – [Ellie] Jordan thought
it was a bad idea. This is all me. – Ellie and Ellie! Jordan was also there. Oh, there it is.
(Rhett groaning) Ooh, ooh! – [Ellie] Don’t touch it right away. – Woo, that’s hot! – Link, it’s a hot glue gun. – I mean, I didn’t… (softly blows) Okay, oh yes, that’s a good temperature. – Oh there we go, wow. – Woo!
– Don’t touch it right away. – If you get it at the right temperature, it’s kinda soothing. – Oh look. Ooh! – Ooh, look at us! Yeah. I feel like I need to
blue some bag action too. Cover up the bags. – [Ellie] With the blue? Okay. – I feel like I’m really
missing that eye shadow. Can I come and steal a little? – [Ellie] Yeah Rhett, you could
give yourself a cut crease. – What does that mean? – [Ellie] It’s like a fancy makeup term where you go into the crease of your eyes and it makes your eyes pop. – Speaking of eyes pop. Bam! (chuckles) How’s that? – [Jordan] I think you guys look like what Johnny Depp thinks he looks like. (Link laughs) – Look at that. – I mean put me on The
Hunger Games, right? May the odds always be
forever in your favor. – Well I don’t know exactly
what we’ve created here, and I don’t know if it’s a new trend, but I know it made my
day a little bit better. (Link mimics train whistle) – Thank you for liking,
commenting and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – I’m Leah.
– And I’m Shiloh. – And this is Biff. – We’re in Orange County, California. – Wearing our Rhett and Link merch. – And bubble face masks. – [Both] And it’s time to
spin the Wheel of Mythicality! – They steal Barbara? – Woo, it does look like your dog. – Click the top link to
watch us make our own Sims characters with Jordan
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