A mother was devastated by the results of her microblading, which were so horrific that people donated money to help her reverse the treatment.
Hawaii’s Crystal Weinstock shared pictures of the botched brows, which were huge and took up her face.
The upset mother took to Instagram, where she shared details about the horrifying experience.
Crystal said: “I’m beyond embarrassed to post this but for now it seems like the right thing to do because I don’t want anyone else to go through this.”
The angry mother explained that she trusts her beautician and never expected to achieve these results.
She said: “She continued to blame my skin and refused to admit this was an f-up job.
“She said after a year of microblading she was a master of her craft.”
Crystal claimed she paid $440 (£356) for treatments at the salon but was denied a refund or compensation.
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She said: “I literally had to beg for the money I had to pocket to fix this.
“She even opens an academy to teach and impeach others? What a scam… I want others to know that’s not okay, she was negligent [sic] drinking at work and encouraging myself that it’s okay to drink without knowing how it turned out.
“That was also on me for trusting her the way I did. Lesson learned.
“I didn’t mean to post this but she can’t screw up my face and play victim and go on with her business like it’s not her fault.”
People were quick to share Crystal’s outrage and even donated to a Go Fund Me page to help her undo the work.
One person said: “Sorry about that cousin. Don’t feel bad about posting this, people need to see it!”
While another said: “How can even mapping get so fat?! This is not okay at all! I’m so sorry what you’re going through. “
And a third said: “Maybe alcohol wasn’t the best idea for the tech during the procedure – sorry that happened and hopefully someone can help correct you.”
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5315242/microblading-bad-people-donating-money-help/ My microblading was so bad people are donating money to fix it