Our catfish makeup transformation is so dramatic people say it should be illegal | The Sun

THE internet is a hub for makeup techniques that can completely alter your look – and some people have them perfected.

In a TikTok video that has gone viral, a woman named Jordyn, accompanied by a friend, revealed a dramatic makeup transformation that shocked social media users.

In the first clip of the video, both women were in full glam makeup.

It featured glossy, pouty lips, perfectly highlighted noses, carved eyebrows, metallic-toned eyeshadow, and what seemed to be lots of contour on their foreheads and cheekbones.

Their dirty blonde and brunette locks cascaded down their shoulders in beautiful waves.

Mouthing along to the words "I'm so f**king sick and tired of the Photoshop," the women cut the video to a clip of them lounging, completely barefaced.

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"It’s all a lie," the video's caption read.

The dramatic transformation stirred users in the comments section up.

Someone was convinced that the two women in the second clip were not the same women that had been previously dolled up.

That sentiment was mirrored when another user wrote: "Omg. I had to look at her page to see if it was actually the same person."

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An additional spectator wrote "I’m calling the cops" while a different user who was on the same page added: "This should be illegal."

"I… don’t understand," someone else said.

"Impossible," another wrote.

"This is like movie special effects level stuff."

"I literally jumped."

Some users came to the women's defense, like one who wrote: "Imagine being butthurt about someone being good at makeup."

"Still beautiful," a second said referring to their bare faces.

"We don’t do our makeup to look the same… So… Yeah," a third viewer reasoned.

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