Mikayla Nogueira leaked video
Every single day, I get up at 6 am,” she said in the video (via Pop Crush).” I spend about five to six hours filming video content that ranges from three to four videos, and then I spend a few hours editing that video content.
Then I have to work on my other social media profiles, whatever it may be.She added: “Just finished working, it’s 5:19. Try being an influencer for a day. Try it.”Mikayla has deleted the video on her profile but the clip resurfaced on social media which attracted criticism among some of her followers.Mikayla is one of the most popular beauty content creators on TikTok who is known for her make-up tutorials, beauty tips, and hauls
TikTok beauty personality Mikayla Nogueira has sparked an online debate over a resurfaced video in which she talked about the challenges of being an influencer.Another day, another viral TikTok trend to dive into. The latest on the beauty slate is the “sticky method”, a technique that’s supposed to ensure your makeup covers acne and/or dark spots in a truly jaw-dropping way.
The trend was boosted by TikTok personality Mikayla Nogueira, who shared the technique in a video called “How to Perfectly Cover Acne Using the Sticky Method.” In the video, Nogueira is first shown with completely bare skin and says she’s going to make her blemishes look like they “don’t exist,” and it’s all thanks to “sticky” products. “Our face is about to get really sticky,” Nogueira says in the clip.
She first primes her skin with a serum that leaves a sticky finish on the skin, like Glow Recipe’s Plum Plump Hyaluronic Serum. Once the serum has been applied, she lets it dry before proceeding to the next step: face primer. The trick is to use an equally grippy, sticky primer (Nogueira uses E.L.F. Cosmetics Power Grip Primer) atop the now-dried serum; according to Nogueira, this helps “adhere matte concealer like glue.” Watch video full👇👇👇