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Beauty Blogger Uses Condom To Apply Makeup

It looks like makeup lovers found a new use for condoms, and we can't help but praise them for their oddly impressive discovery.

Apparently, ladies have started rubbing latex all over their faces to smoothly apply their foundation, and the results are surprisingly flawless.

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Of course, we're a little skeptical about the new method because we're not exactly used to the idea of condoms as a tool to beautify ourselves.

Thanks to Laila Tahri, a barrier-breaking beauty blogger who tried the latex applicator for the first time, we can see the results for ourselves.

I'll admit: The tutorial she made is a little awkward, but her results are gorgeous and I wouldn't be surprised if Sephora starts their own condom applicator line in the near future.

I'd buy 'em, that's for sure.

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In an Instagram post shared by Laila, she showed her viewers a quick step-by-step process of how to use a Durex condom to apply foundation.

It's weirdly mesmerizing.

Impressive, right?

If you're freaked out about the thought of rubbing a lubricated condom all over your face, have no fear. Laila washed the condom first to make sure none of the sticky lube was left before adding her foundation.

Apparently, she thought about using a condom as a makeup applicator because her sponges absorbed too much foundation upon applying the makeup.

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So naturally, she resorted to the latex. She put her sponge inside the condom and tied the end before patting her face down.

Describing the results of the condom applicator, she said,

It doesn't absorb any product and it applies super smooth!
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Well, it looks like I'll be adding a condom or two to my makeup bag.

Laila goes into full detail about the latex applicator on her YouTube channel.

Since she shared the video, it's already gotten over 64,000 views.

Needless to say, you'll probably find a condom aisle in your favorite beauty store during your next visit.

Citations: There's a new makeup trend and it's incredibly weird (Indy100)