Ancient Egypt – Historically Accurate Skincare & Makeup Routine / Tutorial 💜🖤 The Welsh Twins
R: Hello everyone, I’m Robert Welsh. J: And I’m James Welsh. R: And this is your weekly reminder that we are not the same person. J: [Gasps and points at actual treasure] R: Let’s take that home! [Laughter] R: Well, I don’t know if you can tell but today we are doing another perfectly, historically accurate makeup history.
.. skincare and makeup history. J: History. Very accurate. R: And you can probably see by looking at us, exactly what time period we are in. J: Yeah, we are in a time period where English people went over to Egypt, took all their sh*t.
.. R: And then just left with it. J: Just left with it. R: Just like… we’re not giving it back. So James is clearly…. do you want to explain? J: Oh, we’re like from The Mummy, you’re Evelyn. R: Yes.
J: I’m the man from it. R: I’m Evelyn, James is… J: I’m Brendan, what’s his name. R: Despite what the wig says. J: This was our attempt at being as culturally sensitive as possible. R: Yeah. So yeah, so we are excavating, and we are finding things that don’t belong to us, and being like, you know what.
.. J: I’m gonna take that. R: That’s mine, that’s mine and my countries. J: I’m gonna take that back to my country, I’m gonna charge people to look at it, and then I’m gonna appropriate the culture for centuries to come.
R: Don’t think about asking for it back, because it’s ours. J: Because it’s ours now. J: No, give it, f*cking give it back. R: Listen, if there’s one makeup, or like time period that I could go back to experience all their beauty, it would be Ancient Egypt.
J: Yeah, they had an obsession, obsession is putting it lightly, with beauty, and attractiveness, and being… cleanliness was close to godliness back then, and for some people it is now. But they really, really mastered the whole idea of a cosmetics trade, and industry.
I guess you could call it an industry, and every, every level of class like from your… Pharoah’s… [Whispered} R: Pharaohs… J: …to your not Pharaohs or whatever position they were in, would be as clean as possible, and took beauty very, very seriously.
They were also the starts of a lot of trends. R: Ohhhh [Robert learnt something new today] J: So, let’s talk about skincare. R: Please, I’m very excyy-ted. J: As I said being clean, very important, very.
.. R: Not like now times. J: Not like nowadays, where you can go days without showering, and wear the same clothes for five days in a row. They would harvest something called Natron or Naetron? Which is basically like a salt I believe it was, and they would mix this with olive oil, and use that as like a body wash basically.
Keeping themselves very, very clean. R: And exfoliated? J: And exfoliate. R: I mean now, that’s pretty 5-Minute Crafts territory. J: I mean do it on your body, fine but on your face probably not. But saying that again, they would just use a lot of oils to cleanse and to, you know, wash things away.
Which they have done for centuries, and centuries, and we still oil cleanse to this day. R: It’s true! We am. J: That hair’s changed you. [Agreement cackle] [Sweet baby angel Robert from the past] I’m going to be talking to you today about.
.. J: Are they actually good? R: I mean, I, I would take these to the Operaaaa… J: To the theater. R: To be fair, I can see better here than I can through these. J: Oh, can you? R: Oh no look but you can, you can like.
.. oh, they focus. Oh, they’re like binoculars, okay I get it. J: Yeah. They would mix this with olive oil, and make a really like soap… almost like a soapy texture that they’d rush… tut… that they’d wash with.
.. [Embarazzed Laugh] …and they’d also make toothpaste out of it as well. [Roberts email notification went off AGAIN] R: I’m so sorry. J: Everything we do together, everything! R: I’m so sorry. There you go.
J: Who gets emails? Just to make it very clear also, we are talking about the 16th Century BC to the 11th Century BC. Wait, why is that backwards? Oh yeah, it went backwards right? R: It did, it did.
They started counting down. Do you know where I learned that from? Dinosaurs. J: Did they tell you, did they? R: On Disney+! J: Oh! Okay. So yes, let’s talk about beauty, and fragrance. Essential oils, everywhere.
They loved them, they use about 20… 20-21 essential oils that were actually found with bodies buried. To this day you could still smell what the essential oils smelt like. R: Oh, I want that. J: Yeah well.
.. R: Can you imagine, someone opening your tomb, and it’s like… J: Yeah but we used to walk around the Natural History Museum, and we were scared of the mummies, and we used to hold our breath in case they went inside us.
R: Um-hmm. Fact. They can go in, the spirits… J: They could go inside you, and take over your life. R: Yeah, I would do that if I was a mummy and I could do that. J: That’s all I would do. R: I’d be like, I’m coming back.
J: Yeah, I’m gonna go into that museum, and enter your body, and come back. My huge comeback. R: My big Egyptian comeback. [James not Googling history facts] J: Yeah, so being clean, and smelling good was seen as protection from the evil eye, right.
So that’s why they were so obsessed with being clean, and looking beautiful as well. [Robert dropping stuff on the desk] J: One thing they used to do is put a small little cone, some people say it was a cone but often, in the like paintings, you’ll see like it’s like a tiny bump, almost like a bun.
R: It almost looks like, an oversized baby bottle, you know, with the little nub on the end. It’s like nub… big nub. J: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, or they were like, like this. R: Mmm, like a bread roll.
J: Yeah, like a dinner roll. I’ve never called them a dinner roll in my life. R: Never, no. J: Why did you even… R: Because I think Americans call them dinner rolls. J: Do you call them dinner rolls? R: Or do you call them burger baps? J: Or baps, yeah.
J: Umm… of Ox fat, that was mixed up with essential oils, and the idea is that during the day… don’t touch my hair… R: Whoopsies! J: During the day, during the day these would melt and slowly release a fragrance that would just cover them, and they smelt delicious.
R: I like, and that’s why they like body heat, and fragrance, like people are like, put oil on your chest area, and here and here. J: Mhmm. R: And it evaporates. J: I bet you it smelt lovely back then.
R: I would love to smell that, actually. J: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. R: Bottle it. J: Bottle it. R: Brand idea, don’t copy us. R&J: SkinUp! J: Yeah, yeah, yeah. So unfortunately I couldn’t get together Natron and Olive Oil.
R: So, why is your hair that texture, If nothing has been melting in it? J: This is just what my hair is like after, after excavating. R: You’ve made it really textured to be fair. J: Yeah but that’s because I Googled The Mummy, and I tried to get his hair.
R: My goodness is that a cat? J: Oh! I’m taking all that go-ooo-ld. R: Is this, does anyone owns this yet? J: This belongs to me now. J: Um, one thing that they did used to do, that I think we all know really, is milk and honey, they would have milk baths full of essential oils, petals, all this kind of stuff.
Again, just a good way to cleanse. R: That’s good self-care. J: Good self-care but also, they would mix this with honey to work as a cleanser, a full body cleanser but also a facial mask. So we’re going to do a milk and honey mask.
R: I like that! Do you think they were ever like, oh you know what, I just need a me moment. J: Yeah of course they were. R: And then that’s when they really went for it, and when they did the petals and stuff.
J: So we’re gonna put the honey in with the milk mask. R: And these are genuine Egyptian Tupperware’s. J: Yes, plastic was invented back in the Egyptians days. R: Sooner than you think. Please, please, please, please! That’s not even over it! Please, please.
J: This is going to take a while. R: That looks so good through here. J: Okay. [Robert attempts to sing the Jurrasic Park theme tune] J: Do you know what would have been better, if I put the milk in the honey.
R: Oh my god. [James, are you not embarazzed?] J: Do you have a makeup brush that you don’t care about, or skincare brushes? R: Not for that I don’t. J: Right, honey, milk, mix it together. R: I wonder if it would have been less milk.
.. J: Probably. But I think the idea, they probably didn’t know about this back then but they might have done. But people apply milk to their skin thinking that they’re getting like a good dose of Lactic Acid from it, which is like an AHA but it’s not really.
R: Did they know about Lactic Acid back in Egypt times? J: I don’t know, they were more clever than we think. I don’t think that’s why they did it, maybe they did it but… Oh, do you know what I love, is warmed-up milk with a bit of honey in it.
Okay, let’s go. J: This hat’s ruining everything. R: Stupid hat! J: You always wear a stupid f*cking hat when we film. R: What was that? J: Your water spray. Why is your hair to one side? R: No, I’ll just go ahead.
J: Okay. R: Let me just get this out the way. J: Oh god, look at all this… mud sand on my face from all this es-ca-vating. R: Wow, please don’t drip it on my desk. J: I can’t help it. Honey does actually have some anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, antimicrobial, so it’s not the worst thing, out of all the DIY milk and honey is actually something that really doesn’t bother me.
It’s quite soothing, quite calming. R: It smells really good. It smells like honey nut, honey nut cornflakes. J: It does. R: Oh, are we waiting for it to dry? J: Yeah. R: Now make sure you don’t let it drip too much in your lady beard.
J: Yes. Yeah, yeah, yeah, because um… yeah. Do we wash it off? R: I don’t know, what do they do? J: They washed, they would eventually wash it off Robert. R: Oh, just give it a little bit more. Is there anything else you can talk about while we’re doing this? J: No, I just got pictures of Brendan Fraser.
R: That’s outstanding. J: As well as things like this to keep their skin nicely moisturized, Egyptians also use oils as an anti-aging… R: Egyp-tians. J: Egyp-sians. [No idea how to type this] J: Also use olive.
.. um, also use oils as like an anti-aging product, so it’s really just that kind of like heavy, occlusive, moisturizing layer. Which you know, I wouldn’t, I personally wouldn’t recommend now we have good moisturizers, there’s no need.
Also, everyone wore wigs, pretty much everyone. They would shave their hair by choice and then wear wigs. R: I think they shaved their hair because it was, you know, hot, of course. J: But also nits, I was watching this Egyptologist talk about it, and she was like, nits were a real problem.
So they would shave it off. R: And they still… J: I mean… yeah. R: I quite… what, what did we do, there was a time period we did, and I swear there was like a primer or something that was like honey? No, milk? Egg? Egg yolk! J: Egg yolk! Victorian? R: And it looked really f*cking good.
J: It did look really good. Do you not just have makeup wipes that we can use? R: Just water. Do you think the Ancient Egyptians… J: Why can’t we say it? R: …had make-up wipes? J: Welcome, to Ancient Eegiypt.
R: [Unintelligible] R: I feel good. J: I mean, I don’t feel bad, I don’t hate it. Would I do this out of choice? No. Oh look, all my fake dirts come off. R: Look, I’m positively… no I’m not. I thought I was, had a really good skin but it was the camera focusing.
J: I am! J: No, I’m genuinely glowing. R: I could, I can see why people did that, and maybe if you, we made it right, and it was a bit more honey. J: Honestly, it’s not a horrible thing to do, if you have very dry skin, it’s not the worst thing to do to put a layer of honey on.
R: Probably not cost-effective. J: Um, yeah. Probably not the most cost effective thing to do in the long run. Just get a heavy moisturizer, or even Vas-lynne [Vaseline]. R: But I’m wearing gloves. J: You’re always wearing gloves in these videos.
Oh, fingerless?! R: Yeah, because I’m, I’m architecture-ing. J: Yeah, you’re doing architecture-ing. R: I’m like this… J: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Listen, the sun existed back then still.
R: Quite, quite more, even more so. J: Even more so than it does nowadays. So one thing they would use to do, to obviously keep their skin moisturized, and young but also as some sun protection, was use plain old Aloe Vera gel.
.. No, Aloe Vera from the plant. R: Banana Boat? J: Banana Boat, the first Aloe Vera brand, made in the Egyptian times. [Still no idea how to type what they’re saying here] J: So obviously it wouldn’t have, you know, all the things that’s making this a gel but they used it just as sun protection.
R: Does it have sun protection qualities? J: Not at all but I think what it does do is help soothe, but then also you have this like… I’m guessing they might have applied it really thick… R: Yeah.
J: And maybe we should have done more research. J: They liked their skin really soft, so it would just be moisturized in I guess. R: Thank you. J: Thank you. [Pigeon in the corner giving them facts] R: I feel like I can go out in the sun now, and not burn.
No, don’t. J: This smells like the pound shop we used to go to. R: What if this? J: Where’s all your head gone? R: What if…. J: What if… J: Oh my god. Oh my god, if only… R: In the film doesn’t she do this? And he’s like, oh this is beautiful J: No, isn’t that Titanic? She gets out the car and she’s like.
.. R: I don’t see what all the fuss is about. J: She’s like, I don’t see what the fuss is all about, it’s no bigger than the [No idea], something, something. Well, that’s not rubbing in at all on my face.
R: Yeah, how come that’s happening then? J: I’m not sure. R: Do you want to use the back of my glove as like a wipe? J: Or that tissue there will do, quite frankly. R: What happened there then? J: I don’t know.
But that’s it for skincare really. You’ll notice that until like the invention of cosmetics as, as cosmetics, everyone just use oil all the f*cking time. R: All the f*cking time, and honey as well. And you’ll find that a lot of the makeup that was used in this particular time period, actually helped protect more from the sun as well.
J: Oh wow. R: Shall we? J: Shall we? R: So, let’s talk about makeup, and I think when everyone thinks of Ancient Egypt, and makeup, you think of… J: Eyeliner. R: Elizabeth Taylor. That’s her name, right? J: I don’t know.
R: Well here’s the thing, so Cleopatra who she’s playing, was actually Greek, so that makeup, she might, she probably more than likely didn’t use every single day. So the makeup that she does in that.
.. J: Cleopatra was Greek? R: She was Greek, Cleopatra the 7th was Greek. J: Oh! The 7th? R: She was the 7th Cleopatra but the most famous one. J: Jesus. R: Go back to school James. J: I’m sorry, we only learnt about English history, in History.
And when it wasn’t English it was about the war. That’s the only time we touched on other countries. R: I learnt about Romans. They were like, there were gladiators and… J: Yeah but I was in like the lower, I was in the low group.
We just colored in pictures of Henry VIII every day, and sheep. R: So we’re, that is kind of correct but also not really that correct, because obviously it was theatrical and glamourous… J: Yes and no.
R: Yes and no. So and so. So let’s start with the color of eyeshadow fir-kts. J: Show us what you have. R: So, popular at the time was this green… I, I think of it as like a grey-green, almost like a rusty green.
J: Like a peacock green? R: Noo! J: Sorry, the Aloe Vera’s all in my eyebrows. R: Oh my god! So it’s made from like Malachite, which is like a copper ore. So, you know when copper gets really rusty, and you get that greeny shade, it’s like that.
So we’re going to use that. And eyeshadow was used all the way up to the brow… J: Oh wow! R: …upto the brow line. So I have some genuine… don’t look here. Genuine copper Mala-core. J: Yeah, it’s been all the way to the British museum.
R: Yeah. J: Oh my god, it’s so ancient and beautiful. R: It’s so old, that we actually can’t show it on camera. J: Yeah, in case it crusts away. R: But this is the kind of color like that, can you see it’s almost like a greyish, green, Khaki.
..Kak-eee… J: Kak-ee. R: …almost. And I’m just going to go ahead and take it right up to my eye. Now, we’re lucky enough that we actually have a powder that can go on, but they would have maybe mixed this with something to give it more of a grip, like an animal lard for example.
J: Like Ox fat, they loved Ox fat. R: Who doesn’t love Ox fats? J: Are you doing both eyes? R: [Use your imagination here] R: And here’s the deal like, when, like you… [Laughing at James’s makeup] .
..like you said, it wasn’t just rich people, it was also like… J: Not Pharaohs. R: …who wanted to get in on, on the makeups, you know. Because it was also, again, like you said, protection from… J: I’m turning in to.
.. I’m going from Brendan to Karen really quick here. R: Yeah! I’m actually just going to cut this off. J: You do look like an art teacher today. R: Thank you. J: No, that wasn’t… R: And here’s the deal right, if they could, makeup was very much.
.. um… um, like a daily routine thing as well. So there’s, I can’t remember where it is but there’s this amazing Ancient Egyptian like makeup box, and that’s a genuine one. J: Oh, it’s like tiny right? And It’s got a draw and everything.
R: It’s a good, it’s a big size, because the mirror’s quite big. So it has this mirror, which is polished silver, and the handle is gold, so it was obviously belonging to something very rich. But they found cosmetics in that, as well which is really beautiful.
R: So… sao… J: Soo. R: Saoooo. Let’s talk about eyeliner. J: Yes. R: Now, when people do Ancient Egyptian eyeliner, they do this like… Yeah. And it’s a little bit… you know what, it’s a little bit annoying.
R: So, they were two options we could have done with eyeliner. There would have been, could have been a paint, like a black paint, or a Kohl, just like so. J: Oh, what is a Kohl? I don’t know what that means.
R: Kohl is… J: Not as in coal. R: It’s just a normal pencil isn’t it? Did they call it Kohl or Kajal? [Consulting the oracle pigeon] R: What if I was like this? J: Nothing would happen… [Laughter] R: So Kohl is basically from minerals.
J: Minerals. R: But it was mixed with animal fats, again. We like an animal fat. Well not every… you don’t have to like animal fat. J: You don’t have to, we’re not telling you what to like. R: So again, it was like a paint, and the way they would apply this was actually with.
.. [James choking on his own spit] R: Are you… R: The way… [Laughter] …the way they would apply eye makeup, especially liner, was with… So, if you were lucky enough you would have like a metal stick.
If you were a bit poorer, just a stick is fine. J: Oh, any old stick. R: Just a stick. But like a sharpened one. We actually… J: I’m sure they made the most of their sticks. R: Yeah, and I’m sure that, you know, they, they shave it down.
We’re going to use a Kohl today, because… J: We’re lucky enough to have a metal stick. R: Now, here James, check, check this out. The ideal shape for eyes were almond shapes. J: Oh. R: Or feline but more almond, and when we see like.
.. put this mirror down, sorry, I don’t know why I’m holding it. When you see like Egyptian art, and like especially like tomb… tombs? What, what… J: Hieroglyphics? R: Yeah, and no. What’s the thing that mummy’s come in? J: Tombs? R: Sarcophagus.
Thank you. When you see like sarcophaguses, if you look at the eyeliner shape, and the brow shape actually, it kind of heads downwards a little bit. So people usually go up, and are like, oh I’m Elizabeth Taylor, and they join their brow their eyeliner, which was also done.
But the liner did go down, like the tiniest, tiniest amount. And same on the inside corner. With the brows, as well, a common shape you would see… should I just do it? J: Yeah, just do it, R: Was like.
.. sorry my glamorous hair and hat… J: Flip your… J: I prefer that almost [Laughter] R: So, for the brow, it kind of came up like this, and it almost had a dip, and went like that. J: Oh, I like that.
R: So it had like, this really like swoopy shape. Maybe that’s a little bit dramatic but. And then for, for the liner, it kind of went down this way. So a lot of people like go up, and do this whole cat-eye thing, because of Lizzy T.
J: Yeah. R: But no. Nice and thick. Well actually, the… again, we get this really, see this really thick liner but then if you look at the, the Nefer… Nefertiti, right? Her face, her liner is very, very thin, and the colors are very muted, so it’s not actually.
.. J: So she was like, one of the original like, It gals. R: She was like beauty, grace, Miss United States. She was… yeah, that’s what we think of, when we think of like Egyptian beauty. J: She’s got that famous bust, hasn’t she.
Which is like… and then… her hat. R: Yeah, yeah. Her hat. So I’m going to do this, all around the eye. I’m going to try and get as close to the lash, lasssh line as possible, and then I’m going to go around the eye, and I’m just going to take it a tiny bit on the inside.
.. I look like Captain Jack Sparrow. J: You do! You look like a really bad… R: ‘Ello you Guvna! Get off my blaady ship, you guvna! J: Can I just make it very clear, that he does the worst English accent ever, and people always think it’s really good.
R: I thought he was English… [James does a really bad impersonation] [Who knows at this point, it’s just their own language] R: Like so. J: I like that. R: Your go. And while you do that… no, I need to watch.
[Spooky background noise] What was that? [Laughter] J: Everyone down! R: Look, I look like a pirate now. J: Yeah you do. It’s that side pony. Put your hat back. R: Maybe I’ll put my hat down. J: Now you’re Egyptian.
R: I’d be on a rock singing like this… 🎵[Imagine a ghost wailing]🎵 R: Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha… I was laughing at your eye… that’s a really nice brow. J: I know, I know. That’s not bad. R: That’s, no that’s really good.
No, I’m being serious that’s really good. Take it on the inside corner a little bit. Very Ancient Egypt. And we all know they used this also to help block the sun, but we’re talking about beauty here.
J: Yeah well, it’s much like how football players, well, American football players use the blackout under their eyes. R: Yeah, listen, I really like this liner angle. J: I really like this liner angle.
R: Like I don’t mind it. But again, it’s, it’s cheating the eye shape and making it more almond, and by bringing it on the inside corner you’re turning it down on both sides. You’re making that round shape.
Yeah, no, I actually think you’ve done really well. J: I am slowly turning into a Karen. R: Okay, let’s talk about blunche, little bit of blunche J: Blunche. R: Blush, lips, as all through time, tale’s old as time.
… J: 🎵 Tale’s old as… R: Red ochre. J: Oh, really? R: Mixed with what? Some kind of oil or animal fat. So, I luckily have some red orchre right here. J: Oh, thank god. R: I know. And it’s on a palette, and they did actually have palettes themselves as well.
J: Yeah. R: This is a genuine acrylic one that… J: They found. They invented plastic. R: They did. They farmed plastic. J: Plastic. It grew from the shore of the Nile. R: And that’s why, in hieroglyphics, you will always see.
.. J: Plastic acrylic. R: An Evian bottle. J: Yeah. J: 🎵Tale as old as time… R: Tale as old as time. J: [James doesn’t know the words] R&J: Bitter, sweet and strange, finding you can change… R: That’s the Disney Mania version.
J: It is! By Jump 5. R: Yeah. [More really good singing] R: Actually umm… actually… J: Okay. R: When they used blush on the cheeks, it was also as a, a sunblock as well. So they used the color quite sparingly.
.. you really have to push down. J: I love how they just considered everything sunblock. R: I know. J: Like, why are you doing that? Because of the sun. R: I’m offering it up to you and you won’t take it.
Now, I think I’ve missed the color… J: What? Oh. R: I think I’ve… get quite, pushed in. Now, I do think I’ve gone a little bit off with the color here. It should be more of like a burnt orange, as is Urk-tre.
But we can just keep tapping, tapping, tapping, tapping. There were many different like, preferred colors. So orange was a color, red was a color. On the lips, like a black tone was also a popular shade as well.
J: Oooh, nice. R: Trend setters. Oh, imagine they’re wigs, and this black lip. Can you imagine how cool that would have been? J: They would look… R: With this liner. I wanna be there! J: I want to be there.
R: How like, royal do we look? J: Yeah. R: And we’ll do the same for the lip as well. J: Oh. R: Just a little, just a little stain. And as I mentioned earlier that bust, bust? Is it called a bust? The head of Nefertiti, is actually a stain, and I’ve seen people do like pure red, which is absolutely something they would have done.
Yeah, like full on red. That was more to be like, impressive, to more like wow people. J: Right. Occasions. R: Like, make your friends jealous, you know, that would have been the sales, selling point.
J: Yeah, like, oh I’m going to meet my friends. R: Yeah. And had a pure red lip. But also, a little, a little bit of blush, and a little bit of lip was absolutely fine. Oh, I love this liner shape. J: I actually really like it, on you.
I’ve, I’ve done it a bit… R: No, James it just looks great on you too. You’ve got a bit villain with your eyebrows though. A bit pantomime villain. Like if you moved them down, it could be a moustache.
[Disgusted laughter] J: What do you mean my voucher isn’t valid?! R: I’ve had this voucher for a whole year! Oh my god. Wait a minute, wait a minute… R: No I don’t have an appointment! R: Now, you can probably hear some es-cavation going on in the background.
J: Yes, it’s, we’ve demanded the troops come over and dig everything for us. R: Yeah, we’re just like, dig up the whole floor, in general. J: They’re like, do we have permission? We’re like, we don’t need permission, we’re English.
R: My permission. J: Yeah, the Queen’s permission. R: Her Majesty’s permission. So, now we look like Ancient Egyptians. J: Yes. R: How do you feel? J: I, do you know what, I’ve always been obsessed with that time period.
.. R: Period. J: …from like when I was in school, I think it’s fascinating, I think there’s so much innovation there, I think they’re… away from ancient aliens, I believe there was more going on. I think they were such an interesting civilization, who knew lot more than we give.
.. than we even know. R: I think, when you think of Ancient Egypt, you think of like, oh it’s so hot, oh my god let’s… I don’t know, I don’t know what’s… J: I don’t know what you’re talking about. R: I don’t know, tell me.
But no, there was sh*t going on, and like beauty was very high up there. Hygiene, religion, and practices, and all this kind of stuff. I mean architecture… hello. J: Yeah. R: But yeah, I think… I’ve loved it, I’ve discovered a liner shape I really like.
J: I think you should do that. R: I’m gonna do that. J: Do this… do like an Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra-inspired look on Nefertiti. R: Yeah. J: And post it on Instagram, and you can show your mom. R: Yeah.
Oh, you spent so long adding texture to it. I mean, it’s not bad. Like the color, like the color. And I mean, I would be like that’s… if it didn’t have that shine to it. J: Yeah but I thought it was brown, so I’m not overjoyed with it.
R: I mean, there’s brown in there. J: Anyway. R: Thank you so much for being here. J: As always, please don’t correct us in the comments… R: Yeah, please… J: Don’t watch other historians, anything like that.
Actually, there’s a channel of an actual Egyptologist, which I find fascinating, we’ll link it down below, I can’t remember it off the top of my head but they did, they have a really good video on beauty in within Egypt.
R: Nice. J: And they actually show the little trinket box thing you were talking about. R: These? J: Accurate. So yeah, it’s super, super interesting, so definitely check that out. R: Yeah, nice. Well, thanks again, everyone.
Let us know what time period you’d like to see next. J: Dinosaur times. R: I mean I, we have a lot of evidence. J: Yeah, we do. R: Poo. J: Poo. R: It’s all poo. R: Hair mask? Poo. J: Poo. R: Eyeliner, poo.
J: Sun protection, poo. R: I mean, it would though. J: No, it would, yeah. R: Thanks again, everyone. You can ahhhhh. So you can find me for more makeup tips, tricks, tidbits at Robertwlsh on Instagram, or just Robert Welsh on YouTube.
J: And skincare, James Welsh here on YouTube, and james_s_welsh over on Instagrams. And you can follow us both at The Welsh Twins, and The Double Cleanse podcast over on Instagram, and you’re on this channel now.
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This is so itchy. R: Well, maybe I might grow my hair out. J: Oh, here we go. J: No, maybe you should grow it out on one side only. R: Mm-hmm.