Memes are everywhere. Go ahead, Google "meme" and see what happens. See what I meme?
I swear, I didn't mean to make that pun. It just happened, and that just proves my point.
In the spirit of the meme takeover, some makeup artists are putting memes where you'll always see them, sort of. Non-binary makeup artist Jenny, who started the trend, got the idea from a rash and a SpongeBob episode. It has since been blowing up on Twitter, and they look really weird and cool.
Bold and Brash - Squidward Tentacles (2001) pic.twitter.com/TiYApsIuam— what in menstruation (@thai_brows) March 13, 2017
I can't wait to get dat boi on the back of my eyes.