Well, hair goes nothing — for real.
A wine-loving blond is virally whining on TikTok after undergoing five butchered eyebrow tattoo procedures.
“When someone talks about eyebrow tattoos when I’ve had mine removed five times,” said TikToker @PinotFairy, from Australia, in the closed-captions of her trending tell-all. “[I] can’t get rid of the botched slugs.”
Eyebrow tattooing is a permanent makeup procedure in which ink is embedded into the skin and fashioned into a design that’s meant to resemble an actual eyebrow’s fullness, texture and shape.
However, for this wannabe brow babe, the popular cosmetic fix was a painful flop.
In her eye-popping post, the Down Under darling revealed her bloody red, mangled brows to more than 65,000 viewers. The video transitioned to several additional clips of her arches scarred by the repeated tattoo impressions.
Wildly sprouted strands of eyebrow hair are also seen growing atop the woman’s large crimson blemishes.
“I will never recommend getting eyebrow tattoos,” she vowed in the caption of her unsightly snippet. “This is a hill I’ll die on.”
She’s not the only one. It seems a majority of the hapless hottie’s social media followers have already experienced the pitfalls of brow tatting.
“I’m currently walking around with monstrosities too, but have so little hair left I see no other option than lasering and getting new ones,” confessed a victim of the beauty trend.
“Yeah I hate mine, they keep turning blue. I won’t laser them off so and only one brow grows hair,” admitted another.
A second woman, who says her brows have also gone blue since getting them tattooed four years ago, agreed, calling the procedure, “The worst decision of my life.”
Others chimed in with potential ways to remedy the facial disfigurement, writing: “Try micro-needling to break scar tissue and see how it looks after.”
But one digital audience member warned that because eyebrow tattooing is a novel craze, folks should be cautious before getting engraved.
“It’s a baby industry you can’t just show up at the salon and ask for brows,” the commenter advised. “You literally have to research your ass off to get the good services.”