Welcome to 2017, where makeup shaming is a real thing.
You know, where people shames you for your makeup anywhere from how much you wear, to how little, to your application method.
Kelsi, who is a waitress and an aspiring makeup artist, posted on her Instagram an incident that happened to her at work that involved makeup-shaming.
She shared how two teen girls came into the restaurant and were seated in her section. When the check came, things took a turn for the worst. The girls demanded to speak to the manager because they didn't have enough money to pay for the bill.
She got her manager and the girls complained that Kelsi never told them how much their bill would be before they ordered. I guess they don't know how to read menus! The girls demanded a discount, which the manager refused, so the girls pulled out a credit card and paid the bill in full.
But the drama didn't stop there. The girls didn't tip Kelsi and left her a note on their bill that read, "Here's a tip: Contour is supposed to BLEND."
You go girl! Us at Wingin' It are on your side!
When people try to hurt your feelings over your makeup, good thing I know my #makeup was #flawless today💁 Story: two girls around 16 years old came in and I was their waitress. I took great care of them and everything was great until I dropped the check off. When I returned to pick it up, they demanded to speak to a manager because they "didn't have enough money" and I "didn't tell them exactly how much their food was going to cost them" even though they had the menus for a good 20 minutes before they decided what they wanted. Long story short my manager would not discount their food because they shouldn't have ordered food they couldn't pay for, and it was not my responsibility to tell them while they were ordering how much it costs after tax and everything. They "magically" had a card to put it on and this is the "tip" they left me.