A WOMEN has revealed that she thought trimming her eyebrows would be a good idea, but as it turned out, it was a huge failure.
beauty fans Williams rhododendronfrom Dallas, Texas, explained that she had her eyebrows fixed, but ended up being allergic to the dye.
As a result, Azalea was then forced to shave off her eyebrows – yes, you heard that correctly.
So while Azalea thought she’d have full, even-toned brows after pressing them – which involves “bending” your brows – she doesn’t have them instead.
Posting on social media, Azalea said: “When you think eyebrow trimming / eyebrow tinting is a good idea.”
At the beginning of the video, we see Azalea sitting in her car as she poses for the camera before her beauty appointment.
But seconds later, Azalea shared a close-up video of her eyebrows, or rather lack of eyebrows, after the date.
Along with the video, Azalea attached an audio clip that reads: “Stupid ways to die”.
Azalea warns other beauty fans: “Whatever you do, [get a] patch test before you color your eyebrows.
Social media users explained that she is allergic to eyebrow color.
She then added: “I had to shave my eyebrows off.
“The allergic reaction is caused by the dye and if I leave the dye on my face it gets worse.”
TikTok clip, posted under username @zaybaybay213, apparently left many people gasping as it quickly racked up a whopping 565,400 views.
It has 15k likes, 371 comments, 374 saves and 780 shares.
Social media users were shocked by the clip, and many revealed that they had changed their mind about eyeliner.
One said: “Wow, I changed my mind.”
Another added: “Wow, that will do… Siri cancels my apps.”
A third commented: “Oh.. I have changed my mind.”
Meanwhile, another person noted: “Omg! And your eyebrows were perfect before!
Another agreed: “Your eyebrows used to look good before,” and Azalea replied, “Agreed lol, this is why we should appreciate what we get lol.”
While another posted: “I’m surprised they let you do it without patch testing.”
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