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The bronzed teen had over 574,000 Instagram followers, more than 250,000 subscribers on You Tube and around 60,000 dedicated Snapchat contacts when she announced that she was giving up her life as a 'social media celebrity'.Yeah so basically I’m in the middle of finals season and I didn’t have a lot of time to edit/revise, but also I ran out of patience.Inside the box, adorned with a holographic unicorn, of course, buyers will find a nine-piece set that includes rainbow highlighters, a unicorn horn-shaped brush and prismatic lip colors.Even the fashion set hasn't been able to ignore the mythical creature.
This video should not be recreated- it was done for fun :),' she wrote on Instagram.Luckily, no one has tried to copy the video to date, but the idea of using weird items to blend make-up isn't fizzling. LITERALLY USING A SINGLE MARSHMALLOW DOESN'T CAUSE WORLD HUNGER OR FAMINE. Makeup has no rules and we can go out of the way and try new things. Keep your negativity to yourself.' This fad is a close cousin to the one above, but instead of using household items or body parts to blend make-up, this viral sensation sees people using them to actually apply cosmetics.Most recently, Instagram user @manalmuffin used a marshmallow to blend her highlighter, bronzer and face primer to create a 'dewy' look. Vloggers and Instagram stars have used everything from stiletto heels and scissors to forks and tape to get the perfect contour in the past, but the ideas don't stop there.Romantic - and very public - relationships between prominent You Tube and Instagram stars has become commonplace.'You might think I'm just taking a few snaps': The former Instagram star shared a series of selfies she had taken to impress a supermodel who had asked for them after meeting her and pursuing her online'You might think I'm just taking a few snaps': The former Instagram star shared a series of selfies she had taken to impress a supermodel who had asked for them after meeting her and pursuing her online You Tubers Jenna Marbles and Julien Solomita, Zoella and Alfie Deyes and Tanya Burr and Jim Chapman are among the most famous couples - though there is no suggestion that these particular couples are 'faking' their relationships.