Woman proudly shares her time saving ‘one-palette car makeup’ routine but people are mortified when they see the results | The Sun

A BEAUTY enthusiast has been brutally trolled after showing off her car-friendly make-up routine.

Alicia McComish took to Instagram to proudly share how she achieves a bronzed look in the car – however, the final look was soon mocked and dubbed a hot mess.

According to the blonde, from the USA, the make-up palette consisted of six mini cream products, including a darker contour, some blush shades, as well as a a brightening concealer.

Whilst her partner was driving the vehicle, the beauty fanatic started applying the products into her face, dabbing them on with her fingertips.

After she had placed a few dots across her face, Alicia went over with a brush, seamlessly blending it to the best of her abilities.

For a more sun-kissed look, the stunner then applied a bit of cream bronzer before completing the look with a nude lippy and some eyeshadow.

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All chuffed with the bronzy look, Alicia then posed to the camera, pulling a little pout in the video.

''I love it,'' she proudly told her followers on Instagram, describing the results as ''natural''.

However, unfortunately for the beauty guru, who has 99.2k fans, the reaction on social media was slightly different and not everyone seemed to be keen on the matt make-up.

Hundreds raced to comments, where trolls went all in, with one writing: ''Baby that looks really bad.''

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Someone else agreed, writing: ''Looks like mud.''

''What the hell. This is all bad. Why are you putting so much dark bronzer on that’s not even complimenting you,'' a third chimed in.


Meanwhile, others were more concerned about another aspect of her make-up routine – the hygiene.

''All the bacteria from your hand that’s kept in that cream product is gonna your skin so much worse!!'' a worried Instagram user pointed out.

''is concealer lips back in trend or what,'' a mortified beauty fan wanted to know.

''It looks like you fought dirt,'' someone else penned.

Speaking of all things beauty, did you know Aldi has launched a new series of dupes, including a copy of the viral YSL highlighter wand that's over £20 cheaper?

Other must-have buys include Lacura Collagen Lip Oil (£2.99) – this is thought to be a dupe for Magic Lip Oil by Charlotte Tilbury (£28) – as well as a look-alike for the viral WOW Dream Coat anti-frizz spray.

The high-end buy, also available on Amazon, will set you back by an eye-watering £27, whilst the budget-friendly version, Wonder Spray, costs just £4.99.

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The description online reads: ''This heat activated product is long-lasting to ensure your hair stays exactly as you want it.

''Don't let the warmer weather mess with your style, as you'll be ready to combat any frizz that dares come your way.''

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