This Girl Loves Yodel Boy So Much She Turned Him Into Eyeshadow
There are two things that the Internet is great at — memes and makeup. Just about every day there’s a new viral meme floating around social media. And if it isn’t a meme, it’s another exotic eyebrow trend that you just NEED to try out ASAP. On rare occasion, though, the world wide web will hit us with an unbelievable combo of the two, and we’re so excited to announce that, somehow, it’s done it again. Enter: Walmart Yodel Boy eyeshadow.
“DaaaaAAAAaaaaaDYYYYY” I hate myself for this, but not really LMAO. I wish I did him higher up ? I also was sloppy with him because I’m tired af from work so I apologize. For this everyday makeup look, I started out with @anastasiabeverlyhills dipbrow pomade in “blonde” because y’know, a girls eyebrows gotta they best. Afterwards I went in with @mehronmakeup face paint, @katvondbeauty tattoo liner in “trooper”, @morphebrushes 35b glam palette to shade, and @tartecosmetics “Tarteist Pro” palette to shade as well. Mascara is @benefitcosmetics “roller lash”.
A post shared by @ drownthecityy on
We know… we’re just as shook as you are!
It was only recently that 10-year-old Mason Ramsey from Harrisburg, Illinois, made his way into our hearts with his rendition of Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues” while yodeling in an aisle at Walmart. And we honestly still can’t get enough. Although it’s not all that surprising that the Internet took so well to this adorable yodeling sensation, what is surprising is that even makeup artists are feeling inspired by him.
When Alabama-based makeup artist Kristen Jonez got wind of Mason’s yodeling, she quickly began the masterpiece that is the Yodel Boy-inspired eyeshadow. And even though she wrote that she hates herself for doing it, sweet daaAaaAaaAdy we’re glad it happened!
While it’s unlikely that you’re going to try this look out for yourself, the makeup artist was sure to include the products she used to bring it to life. Ya know, just in case. For this particular work of art, she used Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, Mehron Makeup Face Paint, Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper, Morphe Brushes 35b Glam Palette, Tarte Tarteist Pro, and Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Mascara.
Obviously, given the number of products used and the incredible detail, creating this portrait of Mason was no easy task. Still, though, the MUA hilariously referred to it as an “everyday makeup look,” so, who’s down to try it next?! We’ll be waiting!