FROM the perfect hairdo to 10/10 make-up, we all want look breathtaking on the big wedding day.
To help brides look and feel their best, one make-up artist claimed she had created the most glam look – but people on social media were less than impressed to say the least.
People were mortified by the lash extensions, saying they made the look only a humble 4/10Credit: tiktok/@emilymosbymakeup
Despite being slammed online, Emily was pleased with the final result and claimed the bride loved the look tooCredit: tiktok/@emilymosbymakeup
Looking to show off her skills and grow her fanbase, Emily Mos (@emilymosbymakeup), from Arizona, the US, took to TikTok to share a video of a client’s makeover.
”So Zoe really wanted to elevate the look that we did for her trial – she just wanted a super glam moment and I love that for her.”
As she was piling on the make-up products, the beauty guru explained how she was achieving the glam look.
Layers of foundation, concealer, contour, blush, highlighter and eyeshadow later, the bride was finally ready for the big reveal.
”I could not get over how flawless her skin looked,” Emily exclaimed.
”She was just glowing. Her eyes were just everything.
”She was so happy with the final result as still felt like herself.
”She just looked like a glowing goddess, honestly,” the beauty pro couldn’t get over the make-up.
But despite being obsessed with her own work, viewers of the video were of a slightly different opinion.
Here, many reckoned there was a certain aspect of the make-up look that brought it down to a humble 4/10.
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”The lashes bright the entire look down to a 4… those look like Dollar Store Aisle 3 lashes … as a makeup artist you should have known better,” one hater reckoned.
Someone else agreed, adding: ”She looks great but those lashes are too much.”
”She looks great but those lashes are too much,” a third was not a big fan either.
A fellow expert in the industry commented: ”I always suggest my brides do a natural cat eye with lashes.
”Looking back we’re all going to regret the heavy lash trend.”
After being slammed online, Emily hit back, explaining that it wasn’t her idea – the bride had insisted on wearing such lashes.
”They are her own lash extensions! Please be kind,” she reminded all the meanies.
Speaking of lashes, one whizz recently went viral after people compared her extensions to massive brooms.
Kimm, from Los Angeles, the USA, is a beauty expert who has recently taken the internet by storm with her unusually large and fluffy lash extensions.
Although the clips on her TikTok are watched by thousands, one such video has gone viral.
In the video, which has been viewed more than a whopping 2.6 million times, Kimm showed off two of her latest creations – sets so long and thick, they fully covered the clients’ eyelids and even reached the eyebrow area.
Both sets of extensions weren’t too cheap either – one of them came with a price tag of £250, whilst for the other the client was charged more than £210.
To make her ”slow” day even better, the lash whizz was also tipped by both women.
The first appeared to be so impressed with the result, she decided to give Kimm another £127, and the second beauty lover treated the lash guru with an extra £85.
But whilst the two young women might have enjoyed their new fluffy extensions, viewers were savage and said the clients probably couldn’t see when they were adding the tip.
Eagle-eyed TikTok users also pointed out to the redness in their eyes, which led them to believe the lashes were so heavy, wearing them was painful.
Others chuckled and described the thick and pitch black extensions as ”brooms”.
After being met with criticism of letting beauty lovers leave the appointment ”with such embarrassment”, Kimm took it to TikTok to respond to the trolls.
”Everybody who keep commenting about the lashes saying they are too heavy and look ugly DONT wear them.”
However, despite what Kimm said, viewers continued to slam her work, with one even saying she was destroying lives.
A second joked: ”you can probably get them cheaper at a Halloween store.”
A few people were also convinced it was a joke, like this person: ”April Fools Day in July!”
But it wasn’t, as someone had scrolled through Kimm’s TikTok account and commented: ”when you check the rest of her page and realize it’s not satire.”