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Woman looks like she has 'jaundice' after help from makeup consultant

Woman looks like she has ‘jaundice’ after help from makeup consultant

Horrified shopper is left with a YELLOW face by beauty consultant who promised she’d found her ‘perfect’ foundation shade – as Twitter users compare the results to ‘jaundiceChelsea, from the US, took to Twitter to share the hilarious results of a makeoverRevealed how she visited an Ulta cosmetics counter and was color matchedHowever the sales woman chose a yellow shade followers compared to jaundiceHer tweet garnered seven thousand retweets and nearly 113 thousand likes

A woman has gone viral after sharing the results of a rather unfortunate makeover at a beauty counter.

Chelsea, from the US, visited a branch of an Ulta cosmetics store to be color-matched for a new foundation this week, but was left horrified by the shade she was given.

She revealed how the makeup consultant told her she had found the ‘perfect’ shade, before presenting her with bright yellow makeup.

Posting a picture of the questionable results to Twitter, she quickly went viral, racking up 120,000 retweets and likes, with some fans joking comparing the shade to ‘jaundice‘. 

Chelsea, from the US, visited a branch of an Ulta cosmetics store to be color-matched for a new foundation this week, but was left horrified by the shade she was given. She shared a picture of the results, left, which went viral. Chelsea is pictured as normal, right

Posting a picture of the questionable results to Twitter , she quickly went viral, racking up 120,000 retweets and likes, with some fans joking comparing the shade to ‘jaundice‘ 

‘Guys I’m dead. I went to ulta to buy new foundation and the girl that helped me said ‘oh yeah, it matches your skin perfectly,’ but please look at this. Lmao,’ she wrote [sic].

Alongside the message, she shared a picture of the consultant‘s work which left her face in a yellowish shade completely different from her neck.  

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Ulta is an American chain of beauty stores in the United States, headquartered in Illinois. 

Reacting to the hilarious post online, one person said the beauty technician who advised Chelsea on the shade would ‘do you anything for a sale’.  

Reacting to the hilarious post online, one person said the beauty technician who advised Chelsea on the shade would ‘do you anything for a sale’

‘They’ll do anything for a sale, man,’ one user tweeted in response to the selfie.

Another suggested that her tone was reminiscent of jaundice and she should be compensated for her troubles. 

‘Why did she match you with jaundice? They need better lighting in those store because that is ridiculous. They should offer to cleanse, tone and moisturize with Spf to get that mess off you before you left,’ they penned. 

‘What was the name on it? “Jaundice #3?’, a user jokingly asked, while one person leapt to the consultant‘s ‘defence’. 

‘In her defense, her previous job was at a mortuary. She prepared the bodies for viewing,’ they joked. 

Reacting to the hilarious post online, one person said the beauty technician who advised Chelsea would ‘do you anything for a sale’ as others also revelled in the hilarity        

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