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Woman Tells True Crime Stories While Doing Make Up Tutorials

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Woman Tells True Crime Stories While Doing Make Up Tutorials

One woman has combined two of our greatest loves - true crime and make-up - into a mega cool YouTube series.

The unlikely combination sees YouTube star Bailey Sarian telling gripping true crime stories while filming make-up tutorials. And she delves into a harrowing new case every Monday.

Bailey tells true crime stories while doing her make-up (Credit: Bailey Sarian/YouTube)
Bailey tells true crime stories while doing her make-up (Credit: Bailey Sarian/YouTube)

Celebrity make-up artist Bailey - who has worked for the likes of Sephora and Urban Decay - launched her Murder, Mystery & Make-up series back in 2019, explaining she's always had a love of true crime.

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In each video, Bailey starts off fresh faced, before delving into a different grizzly crime, all the while doing her make-up flawlessly.

She told BuzzFeed: "Back in 2018, I started following this awful story, the Chris Watts case, and would spend hours trying to figure out what happened. I had collected all this information about the case but had nobody to talk to about it.

"Finally, in January 2019, I thought I would just do my make-up and talk about all the information I had learned about the Chris Watts case for anyone out there who maybe was obsessed with it like I was."

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In Bailey's most recent Murder, Mystery & Make-up video, she spoke about "one of history's most prolific serial killers", Elizabeth Bathory.

Meanwhile in the previous tutorial, the make-up artist discussed serial killer John Christie, from Halifax, Yorkshire, who was "all sorts of messed up" and is said to have murdered at least six women.

Another video sees Bailey delve into the story of Cindy James - who was found drugged and strangled in 1989.

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Bailey has combined her two passions - make-up and true crime (Credit: Bailey Sarian/YouTube)
Bailey has combined her two passions - make-up and true crime (Credit: Bailey Sarian/YouTube)

Bailey added that her favourite part about true crime is "trying to figure out what the patterns are in serial killers.

"What their upbringing was like, who they were/are as a person. I find it extremely interesting."

Anyone else feel like Bailey could have a second career as a detective?! You can watch her videos here.

Featured Image Credit: Bailey Sarian/YouTube

Topics: Entertainment News, Beauty, True Crime

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