With his dark-rimmed glasses and curly hair, Mr. Manu Garcia has become the star of a viral video that has become an internet sensation.
The man’s perfect facial hairstyle is a secret life-changing secret.
His video, which was uploaded on April 20, is a parody of the “Make Up for Less” campaign.
It’s the latest in a string of viral videos, which have drawn millions of views and have even earned Mr. Garcia a $5,000 prize.
The video, shot by Mr. Sanchez, was posted on a YouTube account called “Viral Face” and has been viewed nearly 2 million times.
“I think it’s really beautiful and I think people appreciate what we do,” Mr. Manuel said.
The video has garnered more than 3.5 million views.
He started making videos a couple of years ago with his friends to try and raise awareness for cancer research.
His YouTube channel is now watched by nearly 40 million people, making it one of the most viewed videos in Latin America.
“We started making the videos because it was a really difficult time,” Mr Garcia said.
Videos have also inspired him to pursue his own business, and a fashion show will be part of the show.
While Mr. García said he’s had no problems in attracting clients, he has yet to make his first sale.
He said he is still in the process of researching other products that could help with cancer, but he hopes to have something available soon.
“My biggest challenge is making sure I can be successful and give back,” Mr García told CBC News.
“I have a lot of passion and a lot to give.”
Mr. Manuel says he hopes the viral video inspires people to think differently about cosmetics.
“People who have these ideas or want to take a leap and do something are going to find that’s not the only way,” he said.