Woman involved in a horrible accident all praise for eyeliner for staying put
After Selby Pagan's 'review' on the eyeliner went viral on Twitter, a number of girls shared their own experiences with the brand
Our constant struggle to find the right product is endless and we look for help in reviews, and this is one review that is as hilarious as it is trustworthy.
A woman named Selby Pagan from Honolulu shared a review of her eyeliner after being in a car accident to make a point.
Pagan wrote a review of her eyeliner on katvondbeauty.com telling how good it is and how she is “never buying any other liner again.” The review went viral on Twitter as people found it hilarious.
Y’all I was really out here looking for a new eyeliner and look at this review lmfaooo— lahari (@guadalahari) April 24, 2018
She deadass took a picture in her neck brace I am deceased 😩 pic.twitter.com/j9jHjAei06
Pagan wrote how she pulled over her car for assistance and a distracted driver hit her at 55 mph! She was taken to an ER were she remained for 8 hours injured and wounded. This is what she wrote of her experience: “My mascara was running down my face from crying and all other products had been wiped off in the transfer to the hospital. But not my tattoo eyeliner. I am posting a pick to show you, this product lasts and looks amazing through anything. Never buying any other liner again.”
This started a new trend of such reviews.
Another woman shared, “June 24th, the night of my graduation, I had rolled my car 5 times into the ditch on the way to the ceremony. I swear on my mama’s heart the liner lasted the crash,5 breakdowns, my makeup being wiped off AND the whole night spent at the hospital. This is the best liner Money can get.”
Not wrong pic.twitter.com/wH9m7tVaBm— paige (@MageePaige) April 25, 2018
But in all honesty I relate to her on a spiritual level pic.twitter.com/FWeS8UoGnM— Claire Kumrow (@claire_mariek) April 25, 2018
A woman named Madeleine Dunne replied on these Twitter threads to prove the point.
Can confirm this liner is 10/10 bike accident proof pic.twitter.com/AMSd2cHNzM— Madeleine Dunne (@MadeleineDunne) April 25, 2018
The company wrote back to Shelby, thanking her for the thumbs up.