If you’ve been looking to makeup artists and movie stars for skin care and concealer advice, you’ve been doing it all wrong. Luckily, Toronto comedienne Megan MacKay is here to set you straight. Thanks to her, we know the real cover-up expert is the NFL.
So if the ugly truth has been messing with your beauty regimen, it’s time for a new game plan. According to MacKay, the right tools are all it takes to run interference on truth stains, character blemishes and pesky integrity flaws.
Start with a healthy smear of foundation in a lovely shade called “The NFL” and don’t worry if you’ve got something truly nasty there, because, says MacKay, “that stuff will cover up anything.” (Right, Ray Rice?) Follow with eyeliner in “Women Are Objects” and cap it all off with a generous swoosh of bronzer in “Orange You Sad That the American News Source Most Dedicated to Truthful Journalism Turned Out to Be TMZ?”
Ta-da! You’re ready to face the world like a football pro!
Megan’s right: We can do better. For more information on how you can help put an end to violence against women, visit learningtoendabuse.ca.