Instagrammer Combines His Love Of Makeup With Snacks And It’s Magic

Tim O puts the “fun” in Funyuns.

This Instagram account is just like a bag of chips, it’s filled with flavor.

Makeup artist Tim Owens’ Skelotim is brimming with makeup tutorials inspired by the 26-year-old’s undying love for all things snack food. He has borrowed the color palettes from the packaging of Pop Tarts, Ruffles and Funyons to create some pretty stellar looks.

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The idea came to Owens, who has been making faces look fierce for the past eight years, during his regular morning routine about eight months ago.

“One day I was doing my makeup while eating Hot Cheetos, and thought to myself, ‘These colors are gonna look amazing on my face!’ Because I love bold makeup!” Owens told HuffPost. “I went with it, posted it and people loved it.”

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The self-described “fat bitch” also seems to love who he is and how he lives his life as much as he loves to pop a can of Pringles.

“I literally cannot live without chips,” he said. “I've just embraced the fact that I'm going be fat forever, but as long as I have my chips I'm OK with it.”

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Though Owens loves junk, his taste in makeup is anything but. Owens is a fan of Anastasia Beverly Hills products for eyes, and for lips he likes ColourPop Cosmetics.

“Their liquid lipstick are ahfreakingmazing!” he said. “Very bold, pigmented and they stay on while I eat all my greasy chips!”

When it comes to his favorite look, it’s his most recent. He used the bright purple and yellow from a bag of Takis to create an eye-popping look.

“The colors are so bold and so out there, they would literally stand out in the dark.”

Owens has also realized that shticks are like chips -- you can’t have just one. He also plans to borrow colors from bottles and cans of beer in the very near future.

“I figured I might as well give the people some ‘It's 5 o'clock somewhere’ inspiration,” he said.

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Owens also claims to have some other amazing projects in the works as well, including a shift over to YouTube, so his followers can have a better grasp of his sparkling personality.

“Because I really feel I have a lot to teach the world not only about art, but self-acceptance as well,” said the artist who isn’t ruffled by what others think of him. “I'm all about embracing my flaws, and making a joke about them because I'm comfortable with them. And I wish more people would be too.”

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