A makeover in a bar isn’t always easy, especially when the client is a celebrity.
So when Kate Upton recently posted photos of herself on Instagram and the hashtags “#makeoverkate” and “#makeupforKate” on her profile, fans quickly took to Twitter to make fun of her appearance.
The tweets included photos of Upton with her makeup all over her face, as well as the hashtag “#make upforkate,” which is a reference to the late singer Kate Upton.
The hashtag #makeupfame quickly exploded on Twitter, where Upton fans took to social media to express their displeasure with Upton’s facial features.
“Why do I need make up for Kate Upton?” one Twitter user asked.
Another wondered if Upton was just getting a facelift to replace her “makeup envy.”
“I wish Kate Upton had a better face than the one she is currently sporting,” one user said.
“I would have done the same for her when she had the same make-up,” said another.
While Upton’s Instagram account has since been taken down, her fans were quick to take to Twitter again to share their outrage at Upton’s lack of makeup.
Many were also quick to point out that Upton is not alone.
While it is not unusual for celebrities to go out and have makeup done, it is uncommon for celebrities’ personal lives to be the subject of such widespread media coverage.
In fact, celebrities typically get a make-over once a year.
In April, the New York Times published a report that said celebrities are making millions of dollars annually, which is one reason they have been getting facial hair removal for years.
While celebrities do get a facial makeover, the average person is not allowed to have their own personal make-overs, which often cost thousands of dollars.
In fact, many celebrities do not have any makeup at all.
According to the New Yorker, celebrities are allowed to use a facial mask, but only if they are on set.
And while it may seem that celebrity makeup can be purchased online, many people actually purchase their makeup themselves.
The Daily Mail recently reported that people spend an average of $9,000 on their own make-ups every year.
According to the Huffington Post, there are some celebrities who get facial make-outs but don’t do them for commercial purposes.
In the past year, celebrity models have been forced to wear make-out masks for various reasons, including makeup allergies, skin allergies, and skin allergies that flare up during a movie or concert.
According the Huffington Posts, one of the most popular celebrity makeup masks sold online is the Real Techniques Eye Patch.
According the company’s website, the Eye Patch contains a chemical compound that can prevent sunburn, which can also help protect against the common cold.
According its website, its product has been used by celebrities since 2000.