Remember that beauty blogger who used her male friend's semen to give herself facials (and swore by the effects)? Well, she's not the only one using bae's, erm, natural resources for her beauty needs.
Over the weekend, Johnna Hines, 18, of Ocala, Florida, posted a ballsy makeup tutorial—literally ballsy, because she's applying her foundation using her 20-year-old boyfriend Damon's testicles.
"He's always messing with me, so he started putting his balls on my head," Johnna told BuzzFeed. "I made a joke about using them as a beauty blender and we literally just looked at each other and started laughing and made the video from there." Well, she also made a poll for her followers to weigh in first, but the "LMAO yes" votes won out. Thus, FYI, there are testicles visible in the video below:
i think i started a new instagram makeup trend pic.twitter.com/Hbx4XMLbrD— johnna hines (@punkzillaa) April 23, 2017
And apparently, the ball blender worked! Although the foundation itself looks a bit spotty in the video clip, Johnna says that "it actually works nice, because [the balls are] warm." Good job, Damon!
The video went wildly viral, with over 25,000 retweets (and counting). And while some sad sacks (pun intended) thought it was gross, most people agreed this was comedic genius.
Me: BABE I CANT FUCKING FIND MY BEAUTY BLENDER— Addison (@Addybefine) April 23, 2017
Babe: HOW BOU DEEZ NUTS https://t.co/WqT4acp3u5
Thought some people had ~questions~.
But is it vegan and cruelty free tho? https://t.co/WLkwXZtADF— Mr. Moseby ???? (@justa_username4) April 23, 2017
It even caught the attention of professional makeup artists including Manny Mua, Jeffree Star, and Bretman Rock.
OH MY GOD hahahaha should Nate & I recreate this??? https://t.co/vLJWta82nG— Jeffree Star (@JeffreeStar) April 23, 2017
IM FUCKING SCREAMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh my god https://t.co/SRRkxX2PF5— Manny MUA (@MannyMua733) April 23, 2017
my life is fucking cancelled pic.twitter.com/T6kNPMUtc4— johnna hines (@punkzillaa) April 23, 2017
It's not the first time that Johnna has inspired people to be comfortable with their bodies, either. So, basically, this is both #RelationshipGoals and #BeautyGoals.
im sad for the ppl who are genuinely upset about this because u clearly haven't reached this level of comfort in ur life and that just sucks— johnna hines (@punkzillaa) April 23, 2017
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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.