A viole(n)t reaction to makeup! Woman’s face turns totally PURPLE during a game of laser tag – and she says her Huda Beauty powder is to blameAmanda Whitrock, 22, shared photos of her face on Facebook after it turned a deep purple color during a game of laser tagShe wrote: ‘Don’t use the Huda baking powder if you plan on doing laser tag’ The Missouri native blames the combination Huda Beauty‘s Easy Bake Loose Baking Setting Powder and the black lights for the funny incident The color change was only visible under black lights and didn’t change the pigmentation of her skin Her post has been shared over 18,000 times, and has received about 14,000 comments
Shirley Donlon For Dailymail.com
21:36 GMT, 11 February 2019
A young woman was shocked when her expertly-applied makeup unexpectedly turned her face bright purple during an outing with friends — but luckily, the discoloration was only visible under black lights.
Amanda Whitrock from Missouri, was playing a game of laser tag at a local facility on Sunday, February 3, when her friends noticed that her face had turned a deep purple color under the black lights in the room.
‘Don’t use the Huda baking powder if you plan on doing laser tag,’ Amanda wrote in her Facebook post, which has since gone viral, adding a string of emojis to show she found the whole thing quite funny.
Amanda revealed that she was wearing the Nars Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation underneath the powder.
However, it wasn’t the foundation that caused the purple hue, as she had previously worn it while playing laser tag.
Speaking to Allure, she said: ‘I’ve done it while wearing the same foundation but using a different setting powder.
‘I’ve never seen this happen before,’ she added.
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One wrote: ‘Oh my lord she look like Violet from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.’
‘The type of reviews I look for! Lol thanks for the heads up!’ another added.
Despite receiving thousands of comments as the post took off, Amanda told the publication that her favorite came from her mother, who wrote: ‘Not exactly how I wanted my child to go “viral” but there she is KILLING IT!’
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