This is not a facial.
It’s an amateur facial, and it’s not for the fainthearted.
It shows what it’s like to be the new face of your new nation, which is all the more impressive given it’s just a short YouTube video.
You see, this is a video produced by the German Federal Office for Children and Youth (BfV) and uploaded to YouTube by a woman named Julia Schreiber, a 31-year-old from Stuttgart.
The video features the latest in cutting-edge facial technology.
It uses laser-based technology to correct blemishes, create fuller, thicker and wider faces, and even correct wrinkles and acne.
“I just want to make sure you are happy,” Julia Schrieb says in the video.
“I just really want to show you that facial technology is not for those who don’t want to live like this.”
Julia Schreib’s YouTube video: But, before you can see the video, you need to pay $19.99 to access it, which includes a free digital copy of the latest edition of German Beauty magazine.
And then you have to watch the video once, twice, and then again.
Julia Schrivet says that her video has helped her to understand the importance of beauty.
“[It] was a big step for me,” she said.
It was a lot of work to create this video.
I think it really shows what facial technology can do.
I have a whole family of children, so it’s very important to show them what facial enhancement can do for them.
Julie Mancuso, who directed the video for the BfV, says Julia Schrieb’s video has brought attention to the benefits of using facial technology for children.
“We want our children to be confident and beautiful, not ugly and short,” she told news.com,au.
“If you can make them smile, they will want to come back to you.”
And the results are certainly in.
BfU’s Julia Schruder says that the video has been watched more than 50,000 times, and is the third-most watched YouTube video ever.
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Julia’s daughter, Sanna Schriest, is a little less impressed.
She told news,au that the German government should stop using this technology.
It’s not a good thing, not a bad thing, but it’s definitely not good for children,” she explained.
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