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If you’ve ever tried to apply mascara or eyeliner in the car before, you know exactly how hard it can be navigating a pesky little wand or crayon stick while going over speed bumps and dealing with a small mirror.

So imagine the skill it must have taken Filipino native Anne Custodio to apply makeup to her entire face while riding on top of a sidecar.

We’re not just talking about a little concealer or lipstick here either; we’re talking a full-face tutorial. The six minute video begins with Custodio applying ice in order to minimize her pores before dabbing on primer, foundation, concealer and blush.

Along the way, the young lady waves at people on the streets below, probably as everyone looks at her wondering what the heck she’s doing.

Custodio then moves onto her eyes (shadow, mascara and the whole nine yards), before finishing the look off with some contouring, highlighting and a little lipstick. Oh, and did we mention she also managed to extract curlers from her hair while en route to wherever she was going?

Obviously the video (how did she film this?!) went viral, and has amassed more than 2.9 million views as of us typing this. We’re just impressed that she was able to keep everything on top of the sidecar and not have anything — herself included — go flying.

What’s crazier is that this is the second video like this that Custodio has done in the past little while. She previously did a full face of makeup while riding on a jeepney; at the time she said if that post got 500 shares (it was seen more than four million times) she would perform the sidecar follow-up.

No word on what Custodio will do next, but we’re a little scared of how she’ll top herself. While her makeup feats are certainly impressive, they’re also what those trained professionals call death-defying. Or is that high-def (makeup) defying?

Either way, she certainly puts our car makeup to shame.

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