From a recent youtube questions and answers video.

  1. Q: How long has Bailey Sarian been doing “Murder, Mystery & Makeup”?
    • A: Bailey Sarian has been doing “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” for about four years.
  2. Q: How did Bailey come up with the idea for “Murder, Mystery & Makeup”?
    • A: Bailey got the idea for “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” when she was invested in the Chris Watts case and wanted to share her knowledge while doing her makeup.
  3. Q: What was the first true crime case Bailey covered in “Murder, Mystery & Makeup”?
    • A: The first true crime case Bailey covered in “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” was the Chris Watts case.
  4. Q: How does Bailey prepare for an episode of “Murder, Mystery & Makeup”?
    • A: Bailey spends about five days preparing for an episode, doing research, writing a script, and filming the content.
  5. Q: What case stuck with Bailey the most, according to the transcript?
    • A: The case that stuck with Bailey the most is “The Toy Box Killer.”
  6. Q: How does Bailey choose the topics for her episodes?
    • A: Bailey finds topics in the comments section, browses the internet, and has a long list of potential stories.
  7. Q: Does Bailey practice her makeup looks beforehand?
    • A: No, Bailey doesn’t plan her makeup looks and starts doing them during the recording.
  8. Q: What sources does Bailey use for “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” research?
    • A: Bailey uses sources like Newspapers.com, Ancestry, JSTOR, Google, different news articles, and interviews.
  9. Q: How does Bailey feel about negative comments in the comment section?
    • A: Bailey discourages negative comments, especially considering that family members might read them, and she takes such comments seriously.
  10. Q: Has Bailey ever been contacted by family members of victims?
  • A: Yes, Bailey has been contacted by family members on two occasions, with one being positive and the other upset due to comments.
  1. Q: Are there any cases Bailey refuses to cover because they are too intense?
  • A: Bailey mentions that she might avoid cases involving a lot of kids because it’s too emotionally challenging.
  1. Q: Does Bailey worry about her safety due to the content she covers?
  • A: No, Bailey doesn’t let fear control her life and believes in being alert and aware without living in constant fear.
  1. Q: What inspired Bailey to start “Murder, Mystery & Makeup” Monday?
  • A: Bailey was inspired by her interest in true crime and the Chris Watts case, wanting to share her thoughts while doing makeup.
  1. Q: How does Bailey handle cases involving children?
  • A: Bailey finds cases involving a lot of kids particularly challenging and may avoid covering them.
  1. Q: Does Bailey recognize long-time subscribers?
  • A: Yes, Bailey recognizes long-time subscribers based on their YouTube names and icons.
  1. Q: How did Bailey first get into true crime?
  • A: Bailey’s interest in true crime began with the JonBenet Ramsey case as a child, and later, her mom being a 911 dispatcher further fueled her curiosity.
  1. Q: How does Bailey find the energy to create content regularly?
  • A: Bailey sets boundaries, takes breaks, and ensures she doesn’t waste energy unnecessarily to avoid burnout.
  1. Q: What are some of Bailey’s favorite sources for research?
  • A: Bailey uses sources like Newspapers.com, Ancestry, JSTOR, Google, and watches interviews to gather information.
  1. Q: Has Bailey ever been contacted by upset family members due to negative comments?
  • A: Yes, Bailey was contacted by upset family members due to negative comments in the comment section.
  1. Q: What was the case Bailey covered that had a significant impact on her?
  • A: The case that had a significant impact on Bailey was “The Toy Box Killer,” which she found particularly disturbing and memorable.

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