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This brutally honest Irish MUA mam should be your next must-follow

She doesn’t mince her words.

IF YOU’RE STILL unsure as to what to expect when you’re expecting, look no further – ’cause neither does Sharon Farrell.

She’s an Irish makeup artist based in Sydney, and is perhaps better known for her super informative – and more often than not, gas – videos. (Not to mention that she is a literal font of knowledge when it comes to makeup, the industry and artistry.)

She has over 50k followers on Instagram and a whopping 200k subscribers on YouTube, which won’t be surprising to you when you watch her latest video in which she reviews her hospital labour bag.

Source: Sharon Farrell/YouTube

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Five months after having her daughter Roisin, she decided to have a look through the four bags she brought to the hospital on the day of her birth and see what she actually used on the day.

One bag was reserved entirely for snacks, which she admits now was a mistake.

“Food was the furthest thing from my mind,” she said. (As was the case of makeup she brought.)

Then, there’s the obsession with dry shampoo, of which she brought two bottles – one for while she was in labour, and one for after.

I did not use dry shampoo whilst I was in labour,” she admits rather dryly.

Anyway, let’s hope Sharon is back to regularly uploading, because we need some lolz.

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