TV and Movies·Posted on Apr 7, 202019 TV And Movie Moments That Completely Misunderstood How Makeup WorksCan I just once see a woman wake up in the morning without mascara on?by Tessa FaheyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us all the most unrealistic makeup moments from TV and movies. Here are the results: 1. When Katniss from The Hunger Games was fighting for her life in a forest but still had even foundation, flawless under-eyes, mascara, and no chapped lips. Lionsgate Films —icebear803 2. When Sandra Bullock's character Malorie wore eye makeup throughout Bird Box even though she was wearing a blindfold. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Netflix —jvsk 3. When Mulan wiped a full face of makeup clean off with just her sleeve. Disney —sinclaire1022 4. When K.C. from K.C. Undercover went undercover as a boy, took off her wig, and suddenly had glam makeup. Disney —lovinglm 5. When Rose from Titanic wore bold makeup that a woman of her station wouldn't have worn in that time period. Paramount Pictures "Or any moment in a historical movie where makeup may have existed, but it doesn’t really seem realistic for said character to be wearing it — like perfect lipstick, mascara, brows."—caitling5 6. When Black Widow finished a fight in Captain America: The Winter Soldier with no sweat and perfectly unsmudged makeup. Marvel "How is the makeup so perfect while superheroes are fighting? It should be smudged from the sweat!"—tranquilblossom 7. When Aurora from Sleeping Beauty woke up with a perfect full face of makeup. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Disney —sinclaire1022 8. When Elsa and Anna went to bed in full makeup in Frozen 2. Disney "I’m sorry, but magical ice powers do not give you purple eyeshadow, eyeliner, and bold lipstick. And there’s NO way she would have perfect skin if she was sleeping in a full face of makeup every night."—Emma Craigen 9. When Jody from Center Stage made quick changes involving all new hair, makeup, and costumes in just a few seconds. Columbia Pictures "Ignoring the fact that Jody’s costume changes would have been near impossible in a performance, her immediate makeup changes were just ridiculous. Still love the movie, though."—lexcat29 10. When Daniel wore heavy film prosthetics and makeup in Mrs. Doubtfire and no one noticed. 20th Century Fox "The heaviness and thickness of the makeup that would be required for Daniel to be disguised as Mrs. Doubtfire would be detectable by anyone standing near him. No one would look at this person and think, This sweet old lady wears a lot of makeup. People would be immediately suspicious, know the makeup is fake, and be alarmed that something creepy is going on."—atticcrazy 11. When Clarke from The 100 woke up from cryogenic sleep with perfect mascara. The CW "The world has been through two apocalypses at this point. WHERE did she get it?"—kernfarley 12. When Kate from 2012 wore lipstick the whole movie despite the fact that there was an apocalypse happening. Columbia Pictures —whippleeye 13. When Aria buried her face in Ezra's shirt in Pretty Little Liars without being the least bit worried about getting foundation on him. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF ABC Family —caliluvv87 14. When Suki dove underwater to save Toph in Avatar: The Last Airbender and emerged with her Kyoshi warrior paint completely intact. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Nickelodeon —bot2176 15. When the wives in the postapocalyptic world of Mad Max: Fury Road had perfect makeup with heavy bronzer. Warner Bros. Pictures "I mean, all of the wives look gorgeous, but the amount of bronzer on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s character was just ridiculous."—ActorAnon 16. When every woman in Lost had perfect brows and mascara while stranded on an island. ABC "All of the women had great hair and makeup for having survived a plane crash and being deserted on an island."—itskelseysmith"Perfect brows, trimmed bangs, noooo body hair. I can’t go a week without shaving my pits and legs, and Kate is just walking around in a bikini?"—Marjan602 17. When Lara Jean woke up every day with perfect false lashes in the To All the Boys movies. Netflix —KarinT 18. When Cher in Burlesque dragged three clean makeup brushes across Christina's face and ended up with a perfect full face of makeup. Sony Pictures —kittenbags 19. And when Robin said she wasn't wearing any makeup in How I Met Your Mother, even though she clearly was. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF CBS —surfingrockets Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter! Note: Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.