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Turning Myself Into a Bratz Doll

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Turning Myself Into a Bratz Doll





– Hi sisters, James Charles here and welcome back to my YouTube channel. Oh my God you guys, I am so beyond excited to be sitting down and filming today’s brand new video. I feel like it has been weeks since I actually filmed.

Oh my God, so many things have been going on and I literally just got off the plane from London super, super late last night. I am so beyond jet lagged. Before I even jump in, first of all, I wanna say thank you so, so, so much to all of my UK, London and Birmingham sisters that I met at the meet and greet last weekend.

It was actually my first time ever in the UK which is so crazy, I’ve wanted to go for so long. But regardless, I had such an amazing, incredible experience going across the pond and getting the chance to open the first ever Morphe’s tour in Birmingham.

It is now confirmed that over 10,000 sisters showed up to the mall, making this one of the biggest meet and greets of all time. And it is truly something that I will never forget. The crowd was unreal and all the love from Birmingham was actually insane.

The city may or may not have temporarily shut down for a few hours. Oopsies. It was such a warm welcome by all the Morphe staff members who are all wearing my palette on the eyes, such beautiful looks.

And speaking of beautiful looks, I’ve never been more shook by a meet and greet crowd my entire life, because so many of the sisters there had the most beautiful eye makeup looks I have ever, ever seen and they were all so beyond nice.

Except for the UK media. But regardless, it was an incredible experience that I will truly never forget. And I am definitely looking forward to going back very, very soon. But we are now home back in LA, we’re as warm and cozy, and it is time to get work done.

And that brings us to today’s brand new video. While I was over in the UK between London and LA there was an eight hour time difference and I usually can pass out literally just about anywhere but, for some reason, I was having really really bad sleep issues while I was there.

So I found myself going through Instagram a lot. And I discovered that there is a brand new trend going on here in the beauty community called the Bratz challenge. Basically there are super cool artists out there with Instagram accounts that are literally dedicated to taking dolls, such as Barbies or a Bratz dolls and giving them full Instagram badie make overs.

Full hair color changes, stylings, really cute outfits and of course make up as well. And apparently, the beauty community has discovered these accounts because there’s a really cool trend going on right now where makeup artists are literally becoming Bratz dolls.

I remember watching the literal queen of transformations, Promise did this a few years ago now and I’ve seen so many incredible makeup artists that I follow on Instagram do this as well. So definitely go check out their work.

Proper credit for this video goes to them but since I just got home from traveling, and I have not gotten the chance to play with makeup in a very, very long time I thought it would be so much fun to try out this challenge for myself to use a whole lot of makeup.

My palette, a wig, and outfit to turn myself into a Bratz doll. (light music) Alright sisters, this is going to be quite the transformation so I just wanna go ahead and get right into the video. While I was traveling, I came across and stalked so many of these different doll accounts.

Try to figure out which look I wanted to recreate. There were so many of them, and I think it’s so cool that this like an artform that people are doing right now. Somebody even did one of me that I found out.

Oh my God, shoutout to Hextian by the way, I’m gonna link his video in the description box down below. He literally turned a Barbie into my DragCon look which I thought was so cool. But after going through and finding a bunch of different ones, I came across this picture posted by monsterlol, oh my God look at her, she is literally so beyond chic.

We have like a pink crewneck going on a utility vest with chains. Super long blonde hair clipped back, fishnets, thigh highs and of course a cute little frayed back pack. I feel like this Bratz doll is literally like the sports wear female version of me, and I am so excited to become her today.

I’m first gonna start off by putting a wig cap on first of all because my hair is looking literally disgusting. I’m gonna make my head look like the egg that broke the Instagram like record. Just so I have kind of a plain base to work on.

So first step of this transformation is going to be to glue down my eyebrows. Obviously I have very thick and dark bushy brows. Whereas this Bratz doll has nice and lifted, thin, blond eyebrows. So I’m grab my Elmer’s washable school glue stick and just go right in.

I’ve done a few different tutorials on covering my brows before, so I’ll make sure to link them right up here, but I’m just gonna speed through this and we’ll go on to the next step. (sharp music) (light music) Alright, so we have made it to this lovely step right here.

The brows are laid down and ready to be covered and normally and next I would go on to foundation which I definitely still am going to. But, you guys know I definitely like to lay down a kind of base first.

That we are not going to be doing today because of the fact that this eye look is so intricate and it’s gonna be a lot of like kind of art and fine details. I don’t wanna lay down a full base and then God forbid, mess up and have to wipe it all off.

So, I’m just gonna kinda focus the foundation in this area and then kinda build up the rest later. I’ve never really done this before but hopefully it works out. Regardless, I’m gonna use the Kryolan TV Paint Stick in the shade NB and cover everything right up.

I’m just gonna take a Morphe beauty sponge and blend this right out. No I’m not. Actually I’ll use the Fenty beauty sponge. That blends it so well. No matter how many times I do drag or brow cover, this is always so horrifying to me.

Okay, so while my foundation is still wet, I’m gonna go in with an angled brush and the Anastasia Dipbrow pomade in the shade taupe because obviously, we wanna do a blonde brow today. I’m doing this while my foundation is still wet.

So just in case I mess up, I can easily fix it before it’s all set with powder. So I’m just gonna go right in. And I’m just going to start sketching this brow out. I’m gonna start the bottom one of the brow in the same place as I normally would.

But we’re obviously gonna make this a lot more arched than normal. And I’m keeping the photo right next to me for reference. And then if I look forward, right about at the edge of my pupil, I’m gonna start turning that brow, kind of a little bit more down.

If you guys have seen my drag videos before or even on it to my regular makeup too, you definitely know that I like to put my brow tail out really, really far and make this kind of like super super straight.

But in this photo, she does have a little bit of a shorter tail. So I’m definitely gonna try to emulate that as close as possible. I’m then just gonna sketch in the other end of the tail. I really, really like using the Anastasia dipbrow for this stuff, just because like I said, it is a creamy product.

So if I mess up, I can really easily wipe it away and fix it. But it’s also a really, really buildable product . So I can either use a little bit of it and get kind of a lighter coverage, like I’m gonna do in the inner portion or pack it on for that full coverage kind of Instagram block brow, 2016 James.

Wouldn’t really recommend for that, but it is possible if you wanna do that. Okay, so she basically has a very very like straight thickness all the way through. Once you have the shape all outlined, I’m gonna grab the shade blonde of dipbrow which I definitely should’ve used to outline.

I just couldn’t find it and now I did. and also the shade auburn as well. And kind of mix them a little bit together. Just because the Bratz doll does definitely have like strawberry blonde type of hair and coincidentally, so is the wig that I have for later on so I just wanna make sure everything matches.

I’m just gonna lightly feather that color in there. Okay, I’m gonna clean this up with a concealer in a second, but this is looking pretty good so far. So I’m gonna try my best to mirror this on the other side.

They are not even. Okay, let me just conceal this before I go crazy and then we’ll worry about reshaping okay. I’m just gonna take Shape Tape, and this is in the shade fair beige. Just like a little bit of a lighter underbrow moment.

Gonna clean this up using a Mac 242 brush. Now that that is all looking really, really good. And I definitely did not wanna change it. I’m gonna grab some translucent powder once again and a powder puff, and I’m going to lock this is place.

Now that the brows are all set and not going anywhere, thank God, we get to move on to the fun part which is going to be the eyes. Now, this is obviously going to be a lot. So before I actually go in and put anything on, I do wanna go ahead and try to sketch this out just on my face kind of lightly.

Just so I get kind of like a general idea of where this is gonna go. So I don’t look really, really stupid wiping it off later on. I’m just gonna grab a regular Anastasia Brow pencil and I’m gonna start doing this.

Okay, so I’m debating if I wanna do like the anime eye where people actually draw in the pupil on the lower lash line. Or just expand the white. I probably should draw in the eye huh? I’m gonna continue my upper lash line down to right about there.

Just imagining like the liner and then it’s gonna come to about here. Like I said I’m just like lightly sketching this in too, definitely does not have to be perfect. I’m obviously going to cover this all up.

But I just kinda wanna get a rough idea. Okay, and then the wing liner will come up to here. And then wing liner going up the eye lid. There we go, okay. So wing liner will be like right here-ish. Yeah, okay, not bad so far.

Then I need to put in her like actually defined crease which look like it’s about here. No, I shouldn’t put the crease in my actual crease. No, no, no, no, that’ll ruin the illusion. So I’m gonna draw the crease higher than my regular crease but we’re gonna actually like draw a black line in there and make it look like it’s a new crease.

Does that make sense? That’s it, that’s the shape right there. So this is the shape of one eye kind of all mapped out. Obviously we’re gonna add eye shadow and like always, I’m gonna do one eye at a time, but just make sure everything looks kinds of symmetrical in the end, I’m gonna go ahead and map this one out quickly and then move on to the eyeshadow.

So give me one second. I think I wanna start off with the eye shadow first and then do the outlines later. Hopefully that doesn’t mess me up. But I’m gonna grab of course the James Charles X Morphe palette and I’m gonna dip into the shade boutique and use this and layer this all over the lid.

Gonna lay down some Mac paint pot in the shade of painterly on the lid and bringing this all the way down to my nose area as well. Then just packing on a boutique with an M124 brush. This is literally the perfect color for this look.

I’m literally just filling in this entire area. This is definitely gonna be one of those looks that looks so wrong until it gets great. You guys have no idea how excited I was to be doing this challenge today, oh my God.

I don’t know if I’ve talked about it before on my channel but I used to play with Bratz and Barbie dolls religiously as a little boy. I don’t know if they actually make it anymore but I used to have this Bratz styling head thing that was literally just a gigantic Bratz doll with like long hair.

I’d literally just sit there and play with it and do its hair all day long in different braids and up do’s and styles. And I remember one time actually drawing on the Barbie head with pencils too and getting screamed at by my mom who was so mad that I messed up her poor face.

But in my five-year-old head I was making her beautiful. But I just think it’s so funny that literally Bratz dolls is how I actually learned how to do hair and then later on in life I actually started doing hair for girls, for prom and ball.

And then my love for hair sent me to my love for makeup. So like in a really weird way, without Bratz dolls I might not be even doing this job today. It’s so cool how full circle that is. Right now I’m using Love That and an M433 by the way to buff out that edge.

Next I’m gonna grab the shade You’re Kidding on an M433 and just pack this on the lid. Just to kinda lighten it up a little bit. I noticed in the original picture, my Bratz doll definitely had a little bit more of a light lid compared to her crease and I forgot to do that, so oops.

Okay so now I wanna do her eyeliner. I’m gonna grab the Nyx liquid liner in black and I’m going to use this to start sketching out. Keeping my wing, I’ll just have this sketch going too so I’m actually not gonna start my eyeliner at the normal place.

We’re gonna pull that from the outer edge and pull it back. And then we’re gonna sketch it in and fill in the lines. This is gonna look really, really stupid at first but just have patience. This eyeliner line needs to come down here.

So now I have to draw like the little, the like crease. Oh God, here we go okay. So this is going like here. This is so hard, holy crap. Now for the bottom, I’m gonna start by grabbing the Jeffree Star liquid lipstick in the shade Drug Lord.

This is a really great white kind of product that we’re gonna use. And I’m gonna just basically fill my eyeball in. Looking good so far. Okay, then I’m also gonna put this in my water line as well. This is so creepy looking.

Okay, I’m just gonna grab a little bit of Flashback from of course the James Charles palette on just a flat packing brush and set that right in place. And I’m gonna grab the black liner once again and we’re gonna outline the bottom of the eye.

So I’m just gonna follow that eyeliner. Oh my God, okay it’s starting to come together, great okay. I’m gonna add more cranberry eyeshadow and lashes of course later on, but I’m gonna do that after the base.

So now, I think I have to draw in the eyeball. Okay, so this is where things get tricky. So now we have to do like the whole illusion part which is basically making my eyes look like they are huge. We’re already running into one issue with this is that when you do this, you’re supposed to wear circle lenses which are basically just really, really large contacts.

I can’t wear those because I wasn’t actually able to find any that come in prescription and without a prescription, I can’t see anything. So this Barbie would’ve looked botched. Therefore, we’re just gonna have to make it work, I’m gonna Photoshop the picture that I post on Instagram, heads up, as if I don’t Photoshop every other picture anyway.

You’re gonna have to do your best to visualize it but regardless, we’re drawing on another eyeball to make it look like my eyes are bigger. When I do this, I’m going to look forward. I also have very long lower eyelashes which is gonna make this illusion even more difficult because they’re going to get in the way, and I have to pain them as well.

So, Lord help me. Great. That looks good. Now I’m going to fill this in with a light brown color to match my contacts. I’m gonna go with an M213 brush and dip it into the shade Punch Me in the palette.

Then I’m gonna grab a little bit of Tea and use this to shade the what is this, this is the iris? The iris. Okay, now I have to draw in the new pupil. Okay, now I just need a white dot. Alright, and finally last up, I’m just gonna grab a tiny little pencil brush.

This is the E37 and the tiniest tiniest, tiniest, tiniest little bit of Spooky and use that on the back on my hand just rub off any excess and then use this to lightly shade the outer edges of the eyeball just to add a little bit of dimension back.

Alright sisters, so I know this absolutely looks crazy right now, but this is pretty much the illusion all complete, all we have left is like the lashes and the lower lash line. But, I don’t wanna do those until later on, once I have my base and foundation already on.

So I’m just gonna cut for a second or probably rather, a good hour or so and try my absolute best to mirror this eye over to this side. I feel like symmetry is very, very important when it comes to Bratz dolls and really just recreating all dolls.

So wish me luck and I’ll be right back. Oh my God you guys look at this. (squeals) This is so crazy! We’re still missing the lash and the lower lash line and shadow but, it’s definitely starting to come together.

Oh my God, I’m so damn excited. I’m just glad we’re honestly like pulling this off, at least kind of. So, now’s the time to do the rest of everything else. So I’m gonna grab my Kryolan TV Paint stick once again, and now we’re just gonna lay down the kind of base all over, and I saved this for later just because obviously we have a new set of eyes now.

So I had to kind of put that around it. Okay, and I’m just gonna buff this in once again. This is so (screams) this is so crazy! This is also kinda scary low key. Oh my God. Okay, so now I’m gonna grab once again the white that we used to highlight earlier and I’m gonna use this to add in some highlights to the face.

And I’m gonna keep this very centered in like the middle of the face. I’m just highlighting my face exactly like normal except just a little bit lower underneath my new eyes. Just right up along that lash line.

This is so crazy. Now, I’m going to blend this out. Okay, I set this now. More powder. I keep looking at the monitor and getting shook. This is so crazy, oh my gosh. Now that the face is all set, we’re looking a little bit flat and I wanna add in some dimension.

Now looking at this photo, the Bratz doll doesn’t really have that much contour or highlight going on. It’s mostly just a little bit of blush. But that is because it is a doll with a perfect face shape.

I don’t really have that. So therefore I’m gonna contour a little bit more to kind of round everything out. But I am gonna try to keep it a little bit more subtle than normal. We’ll see how that actually works.

I’ll just grab my Anastasia Contour Kit. I’m gonna keep this a little bit more rounded than normal kinda pulling this in a little bit lower. I’m still gonna contour my jawline so it looks like I got liposuctioned for a real one, just because Bratz dolls definitely do have very, very distinct facial shape.

And then just gonna try to round out my forehead as much as possible. Same thing with the nose contour, definitely not a lot going on, but then again, doll nose is definitely nowhere near this baby right here.

So we’re gonna try our best to contour. Definitely gonna try to emphasize like the ball on the end of the nose. I wanna make those sides look really tiny so I’m gonna put the lines here. And then blend them up into the eyeshadow.

Okay, so this is probably like the best we’re gonna get the nose contour. I already work miracles with my regular boy makeup doing a whole lot of nose contouring and a whole lot of FaceTune. There is no saving this.

So we’re just gonna have to go with it and hope for the best. But next is blush. So I’m gonna grab the Kylie blush in the shade Pink Power. This one is so cute, it’s from her new collection and the Morphe E4 brush.

I normally don’t go for like more pinky tone blushes. You guys know I love a good coral moment. But I feel like this is going to match the look so well. Oh and it does, oh my God, this is so pretty. And once again, being very very rounded with this shape kind of pulling it down and inwards.

Now that I have that all in place, I’m gonna ahead and bake my face like normal, but instead of my regular powder, I’m going to use the Ben Nye Super White Powder. Now this stuff is very very intense.

But we definitely are going for a very high contrast type of look today. So I’m just going to grab once again my same beauty blended and dip it right in there. I’m gonna press that powder right up against the sides of this nose.

And this might help a little bit with the contour illusion, probably not. But we’re crossing our fingers. And while that sits, let’s go ahead and work on the lower lash line. I’m gonna grab a tiny little buffing brush and dipping into boutique just like before.

We’re going to go in and we’re going to blend that right along the lower edge of the liner. And I’m gonna keep this very, very tight to that line as well. Because the Bratz doll definitely does not blend hers down very far.

I’m gonna use an even tinier little buffing brush and dip into the little bit of Spooky and use that to blend together the black liner and Boutique. Then just grabbing an M456, my tiny little custom blending brush and dipping into a little bit of Love That.

Just going to blend out that outer edge. I’m just realizing now too for the crease that I put in I just drew a line, but, in a real eye crease obviously there’s like a tiny little bit of shadow, can’t leave out any details.

We want this look as realistic as possible. I’m just gonna grab an M506 brush and dip it into a little bit more Spooky. Tap off the excess ’cause I want this to be a very, very tiny detail. But I’m just gonna go over that crease line and just blend very, very lightly as if there is a shadow because of a fold.

For the lashes I’m gonna glue on my lashes to the top in a quick second. But for the Bratz bottom lashes, she actually has three tiny little spikes. So I’m gonna draw those in using a liquid eyeliner.

This one’s from Tom Ford. That looks, so bad. Oh no! I’m not really sure what I can do about that. Okay, if I clean that up with concealer it might not look that bad. This is so hard. Oh no. (light music) Okay, that’s better than nothing.

Now to make them even on the other side. I need to figure out where I wanna put the lashes on my actual eyelids because I’m definitely gonna use a good 301. These are from the Creme Shop, I love them.

They are super, super just like big. This are what I usually use for drag. Because of the fact we put the white here and the eyeliner starts here, technically the outer edge of my eyelash should be like here which is where I should do the lash.

But I feel like this, oh wrong side. Because of the fact that like my eyeliner’s there, it just will like look really droopy if I put it all the way out here. What the heck? Why does it look like that? Okay so to fix that lash, I just took a little bit of hair spray.

This is the Got2b Glued that I always use to really lock my normal hair in place. I just sprayed the lash and then pinched them together so they look a little bit more like a spidery doll-like. Hopefully this will look a little bit better.

I don’t really know. So, we’re gonna figure it out together. I also don’t really know where I’m gonna put this lash. I’m gonna put the inner corner on the actual inner corner. I’m gonna put this at the top of the eye line.

Tea! That looks good. Wow, that worked way better than anticipated. Oh my God, wow I’m so excited, okay great. (squealing) Try this again, pulling this out and upwards. These lashes look like feeling Yzma from Emperor’s New Groove.

Alright you guys, this is literally looking so good and also so creepy at the same time. I’m ready to move on to the next step. Those are the eyes, literally all complete. Like I said the lashes definitely pulled it all together.

Oh my God. This is crazy! I can’t believe I actually pulled this off. Oh my God, okay. I’m gonna go ahead and wipe off this bake that’s been sitting because it’s been really sitting there for quite a while now and I don’t wanna get crusted.

For highlight we’re gonna keep it relatively subtle and going with a little bit of Face from my palette. Actually we’re gonna use Ring Light instead. Once again, keeping that very rounded shape going here.

Gonna bring a little bit of that down the nose as well, as always. Also it might distract a little bit from everything else going on, so that’s good. Okay so now we get to do the fun part which is of course going to be the lips.

The last and final step. This is going to be really good and fresh because we get to overline the crap out of them. I’m gonna try my best, motto of this video. So their lips come up. My mouth is very, very, very wide and large if you haven’t noticed over the course of the last few years.

Quite a lot comes out of it, both good and bad. But a big mouth is a problem when you have a tiny little Barbie mouth with very large lips. So I’m just gonna have to pose like. Oh that looks good okay, okay.

(light music) Now I’m gonna use the Jeffree Star Cosmetics liquid lipstick in the shade Birthday Suit to fill this in. I’m then grabbing a little bit of Drug Lord. And just like I do with that tiny little white line in the pupil of the eye, I’m just gonna use the same exact method to add on little highlights to the lip.

Okay you guys, literally six hours later, I think that is the makeup portion of this look all complete, I’m obsessed with how this turned out. I was so scared at first. I did not know if this was going to turn out even remotely okay.

This is probably one of the hardest looks I have ever done, but I am so incredibly proud of this. But the look is not over yet because we still have a whole lot of transforming left still to do as you can tell.

So, I’m gonna go off camera quickly. Put on my wig, some clips, my outfit and I’ll be right back to show you the finished transformation. Oh my God you guys, I’ve been at the studio for the last six hours now, and all the stuff for my transformation is downstairs.

Nobody’s seen me. The only person left in the house is my assistant. So I’m gonna go downstairs and see what he thinks of my face. Oh Alvin! – Oh my God. That looks crazy. – Is this the craziest thing you’ve ever seen your entire life? – It’s so good.

– Right, do you like it? – [Alvin] Yeah. – Oh my God, I cannot believe this actually worked. (laughing) So we have pretty much everything for the transformation laid out right here and I’m gonna get dressed right now.

We have of course my pads from DragCon, if you guys remember the Drag transformation video. And you also know my best friend Laura, who you met in my best friends expose me video, and Laura’s Boutique, an amazing clothing business out here in Whittier, California.

Shameless little plug for my best friend. She was down in LA this morning shopping for stuff for her website, and I sent her the photo and I was like, “Girl I need your help. “We need to recreate this look.

” And she literally could not have done any better. So we have the same pink oversized little crewneck from the Farrow. We also have fishnet stockings. We have my utility vest that I actually already had and we also have these boots that we found that are literally like perfect Bratz boots.

Isn’t this so good? And then of course we have the little bag over there as well. So let’s get changed. We’re first gonna put on this lovely fake hips up because Lord knows I could use a little bit of junk in the trunk.

This is a lot of work. Just gotta get it over my big butt. It’s just so thick. Okay. Cute little pink crewneck moment. With the sleeves really rolled for a real one. Vest. This one’s just so chic, I’m so in love with this Bratz doll for some reason it had a utility vest on.

Very my aesthetic. – [Man] Gotta cinch the waist. – Then we have the belt. Let me cinch it up good. Aren’t these literally the most Bratz shoes you’ve ever seen? – [Woman] Yeah. – So good right? It’s a good thick thigh high.

– [Woman] Thick, you like it thick. – I do love it thick obviously. We have our little blonde moment. So I think we should pop her on and get ready for the final reveal. ♪ What we’re all about ♪ ♪ We’re the girls with a passion for fashion ♪ ♪ Ooh Bratz ♪ ♪ We’ll always be there for each other ♪ ♪ Ooh Bratz, yeah ♪ ♪ Styling how we feel ♪ ♪ Talking about best friends ♪ Oh my God sisters, did we kill this challenge or did we kill this challenge? It’s like Bratz dolls everywhere are shaking.

They’re actually doing just fine. This is scary how good this looks. Oh my God you guys, I am so proud of how this finished look turned out. Holy crap. Going into this video today, I was really, really nervous not gonna lie, obviously I do like creative, artistic makeup looks all the time, but, I never actually tried to turn my face into another face before.

And realistic transformations is definitely something that I do not have any experience with, but that being said, I was so excited because Bratz and Barbies were a major part of my childhood in the making of a gay icon.

I mean I literally learned how to braid on an actual Bratz styling head. And I used to do their makeup all the time and that love for creativity and making people feel beautiful and confident is exactly what stemmed into this job today.

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