'Jenna Marbles' Shows Girls What Their Makeup Means

Mar 14, 2013 03:45 PM EDT | By Jaclyn Ashley

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Today Jenna Marbles released her latest YouTube video, What A Girl's Makeup Means; she begins the video standing in front of her bathroom mirror.

"So, a couple of months ago, I made a video explaining what a girls hair means and ever since then, people have been requesting what a girls makeup means and boo boo I got you!"

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She than starts explaining to viewers what different makeup looks says about the girls wearing them.

"A girl that has no makeup on means I'm just hanging out, stop judging me with your eyes. Foundation that is too light or too dark means my face was probably that color at one point. A look with really dewy skin means let's not take a picture with flash, too much contouring means I love Kim Kardashian but I don't think I did this look right."

The video was released a few hours ago and already has over 10,000 likes.

Jenna Marbles has also made her way into television with appearances on VH1's 100 Greatest Kid Stars countdown. She discussed Selena Gomez's character on the Disney television show, Wizards of Wavely Place. "I laughed on the outside but cried on the inside with shame but its funny," said Jenna.

The YouTube star often showcases her opinions on different, everyday topics her viewers request her to discuss. She incorporates comedy and sarcasm into expressing her opinion about these topics. Jenna Marbles has become an internet sensation; she has well over 7 million subscribers and her videos obtain millions of hits.

Jenna Marbles is well liked because she is outspoken, funny and incorporates topics teenagers are interested in viewing. The YouTube star also pokes fun at politicians and celebrities. In one of her videos, she dressed up like Sarah Palin. She pretended like she was baking chocolate chip cookies, Sarah Palin style. The YouTube star incorporated moose meat into the recipe. The moose meat was from a moose she shot with her gun. She also told viewers do not crack the egg because that's an abortion. The video was spoofing Palin and the fact she was known for her unintelligent remarks during interviews. Marbles did a great impression and created a hilarious YouTube video.

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