Woman Creates Relaxing Doggy “Makeovers” for Her Grateful Pups to Enjoy
Brooklyn and Daisy are two adorable dogs whose human mama loves them very much. So much, in fact, that she has devoted an entire Instagram account and a TikTok account to creating videos of her pampering her pups.
Brooklyn, a German shepherd, and Daisy, a border collie, seem to truly enjoy the spa days and makeovers that their owner gives them on a regular basis. She doesn’t use real makeup on them (because, as we all know, dogs are already way too beautiful for makeup), but she uses a variety of luxurious brushes and blenders and other beauty tools to gently glide along her furry friends’ faces.
All throughout their makeovers, Brooklyn and Daisy enjoy a barrage of compliments and praise from their doting mom in her sweet cooing voice. The pups also get to make some of their own makeup decisions, like which eyeshadow color to wear and whether to add a highlighter or bronzer to the look. They even get to choose their own outfits!
It’s totally obvious that these dogs are joyfully soaking up every single second of their pampering sessions, from the bronzer to the blush to the boop on the nose. Just look at those happy and relaxed faces!
The makeover videos have gone viral with millions of views and lots of love from viewers. The dogs’ TikTok now has over 1.3 million followers and is still growing. But of course, it’s not hard to see why!
We couldn’t choose just one video to share with you, so below is a compilation of several of Brooklyn and Daisy’s makeover videos, including one featuring Miss Piper the cat.
If you’re falling in love with these doggos as much as we are, you can see lots of other videos on their Instagram and TikTok accounts, as well as some on YouTube. There’s even a merch page if you need some Brooklyn and Daisy apparel or gifts. Yes ma’am!
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Elizabeth Morey graduated summa cum laude from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI, where she dual majored in English Literature and Spanish with minors in Writing and Business Administration. She was a member of the school's Insignis Honors Society and the president of the literary honors society Lambda Iota Tau.
Some of Elizabeth's special interests include Spanish and English linguistics, modern grammar and spelling, and journalism. She has been writing professionally for more than five years and specializes in health topics such as breast cancer, autism, diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease. Apart from her work at GreaterGood, she has also written art and culture articles for the Grand Rapids Magazine.
Elizabeth has lived in the beautiful Great Lakes State for most of her life but also loves to travel. She currently resides a short drive away from the dazzling shores of Lake Michigan with her beloved husband.