'Geordie Shore' star Aaron Chalmers' girlfriend accused of ripping off girl over Russian lash treatment
Sophie Grant, a 22-year-old customer from West Sussex, said that she was charged £50 for a Russian Lashes treatment which ended up being crooked and left her 'in tears'
Talia Oatway, Instagram star and girlfriend of 'Geordie Shore' contestant Aaron Chalmers, seems to have landed herself in a social media soup. The beautician was accused by Sophie Grant, a 22-year-old customer from West Sussex, that she received an 'awful' experience at Talia's hands. Sophie said that she was charged £50 for a Russian Lashes treatment which ended up being crooked and left her 'in tears'.
Sophie's sister-in-law Ciara Webber posted pictures of the lashes and the result on social media with a scathing message. She said, "These "Russian lashes" took 45 minutes to apply and she was charged £50. Sophie has been in tears over how awful these lashes are, and they were done for her birthday which is today! Sophie wants her money back as she doesn't have £50 to waste on eyelashes which are awful. Being called a tramp and wanting free treatment is not what this is all about!" She also added that Sophie felt "bullied by this girl because of who her boyfriend is and how many followers they have they think this is acceptable." Ouch.
Sophie also confirmed that her eyes were stinging during the treatment. "Talia told me she was going to use the strongest glue as I'll get the most out of my lashes with it. She started to tape my bottom lashes down and then she put something else on top but I couldn't see what that was. My eyes were stinging as soon as she put them in. Once she finished, she told me to look in the mirror and asked if I loved them and I stupidly said yes. They were awful but I didn't want to upset her, handed over the money and left."
Ciara also made their personal messages public. In the conversation, Talia has said, "I haven't ever had anyone complain with my work. I have worked in two salons in my beauty career so far and setting up my own one when I move. I haven't had anyone be so rude to me to threat to go public with my work. You looked in the mirror and told me you were happy and now you have decided to you ain't happy after having the lashes on."
Talia Oatway also isn't having any of it — it's one thing to be an upset customer but it's something else altogether to troll her. She posted on Instagram firing back at them saying, "I didn’t think some people could be so cruel to others, and hiding behind a phone or a laptop to do this is not ok! I’ve decided to work with the police on this trolling and slander on this occasion as enough is enough. So if you decide to write anymore of your worthless comments or messages, your names will just be reported like I have done with all the previous."