Makeup often serves as a confidence boost.
Many of us turn to foundation, bronzer, and eye color palettes to look our best.
One woman on TikTok showed her followers just how much she could do thanks to a little help from her favorite beauty products.
Stacey, who goes by @queen_beex0 on TikTok, posted a cheeky video showcasing her makeup skills.
At the start of the video, Stacey looked like she had just gotten out of bed: She wore a loose-fitting grey t-shirt, her brown hair was disheveled, her teeth absent, and her face was free of makeup.
She then sang — purposefully off-key — the lyrics to the popular TikTok song: “I ain’t ever been with a baddie. She calm, so I add her to the tally.”
She then stopped abruptly, realizing her voice wasn’t sounding right and said: “Oh shit. Ok, wait here we go.”
When the beat dropped and the actual song began playing in the background, Stacey transformed into a woman ready for a night on the town.
She had long, thick blonde hair; her eyebrows were full and feathery; her skin silky and dewy; shimmery shadow made her green eyes pop, and a set of pearly white teeth appeared in her mouth.
She made her talent clear with the transformation.
Makeup gurus like Stacey have found popularity on TikTok.
Another woman, who goes by @Muawk on TikTok, calls herself the “Catfish Queen.”
And a video she posted of her makeup transformation supports that title.
When the clip began, the woman’s blonde hair looked shaggy with her dark roots clearly visible.
Her eyebrows were essentially nonexistent, her skin appeared uneven, and a tattoo that says “MEPHOBIA” sat under her right eye.
When the background music’s beat dropped, however, the woman’s once ashy hair was suddenly bleach blonde, voluptuous, and shiny.
Her complexion became smooth and glowing, with sharp cheekbones and a rosy, freckled nose.
Her lashes turned long and thick, and her brows dark and well-shaped.
Many viewers praised her talent:
“MA’AM YOU WENT OFF,” commented one.
“EXCUSE ME QUEEN,” wrote another.
This story originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission.