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People Are Sharing Bloody Selfie Pics After This Woman Wrote The Best Makeup Review Of All Time After A Car Accident

"Girl, when you find a good product, you have to share the info."

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Roughly nine months ago she got into a car accident, but she has made a full recovery.

"I’m a very lucky woman!" she told BuzzFeed News in an email.

She took the selfie following the accident for her mom and the police.

"I took a selfie after my accident to send to my mother who was worried and in case police would need it for evidence in the future," Pagan said.

"A few days later I shared it to Instagram to tell my story and everyone kept commenting how good my makeup looked despite the accident," she said. "So I decided to give credit where it’s due and write the review on Kat Von D's website."


"As a nurse, I work 12-hour shifts and am willing to pay more for makeup that lasts and works," said Pagan. "So I wanted to share that this makeup is no joke for other people looking for quality products like me."

A shopper, in search of some new eyeliner, spotted the review and could not handle that Pagan "deadass took a picture in her neck brace."

Y’all I was really out here looking for a new eyeliner and look at this review lmfaooo She deadass took a picture in her neck brace I am deceased 😩

Another user, Madeleine Dunne, responded too, with a selfie that featured dried blood. She said that her pic was taken after a bike accident, calling the eyeliner "10/10 bike accident proof."

@guadalahari Can confirm this liner is 10/10 bike accident proof


Someone else had a question about Dunne's setting spray.

@MadeleineDunne @guadalahari God damn all your makeup is intact what setting spray do you use???


Deer accident?

@guadalahari @laurieee101 this was me w the eyeliner after the deer accident ahahahah


Pagan responded to the person who shared her review on Twitter, saying, "Girl, when you find a good product, you have to share the info."

@guadalahari Lololol it’s me πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ girl, when you find a good product, you have to share the info πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

Remy Smidt is a reporter with BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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