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ICYMI: 3 Style Videos to Watch Now (Like Cara Delevingne's Hilarious Tutorial on 'Vibrating' Mascara)

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It’s Friday, which means you’re probably counting down the hours until you can leave your office. So to make that wait a little bit easier, we rounded up some style videos that caught our attention. Seriously, watch these now then watch them again at brunch with your friends this weekend. You’re gonna wanna talk about ’em.

#regram @tompecheux masCARA tips! Haters gonna hate, vibrators gonna vibrate I mean mascara hehehe #DIY #girlsbestfriend

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Cara Delevingne likes to show off her silly (and sexy) sides on her Instagram feed. She’s not afraid to give fans a candid look at her life — and her latest video might be one of her best yet. The supermodel “regrammed” a clip from makeup artist Tom Pecheux, giving a behind-the-scenes peek at her glam process, and her “DIY” way of applying mascara. “#regram @tompecheux masCARA tips! Haters gonna hate, vibrators gonna vibrate I mean mascara hehehe #DIY #girlsbestfriend.” Anyone going to try out her method at home? Get back to us on that one.

Ellen DeGeneres addressed the whole Target Photoshop controversy in a totally Ellen DeGeneres way — by bringing the swimsuit model Tanya Marie Keller on her show to set the record straight. Her arms are just that long! Okay, fine, they’re not. Keller was a great sport about the whole thing, playing along with Ellen’s spot-on line of questioning (and even getting props involved).

On a more touching note, Dermablend’s latest campaign ads are so poignant you might want to have some Kleenex ready. The cosmetics brand has released a series of “Camo Confessions” starring “Zombie Boy” Rick Genest (you probably remember this spot), Cheri Lindsay, a college volleyball coach who suffers from the skin-pigment disorder vitiligo, and YouTube beauty star Cassandra Bankson, who is known for her miracle cover-up tutorials to mask her acne. Watch as they remove Dermablend’s foundation while explaining what the line’s concealer means for them, and prepare to get emotional.

–Brittany Talarico