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A WOMAN claims that getting her eyebrows microbladed was the "worst mistake" of her life as she revealed her disastrous brows four years later.

Tiktoker Melina shared a video of the horrifying results of her treatment - encouraging others to share their own experiences.

3Melina says getting her brows microbladed was the worst mistake of her lifeCredit: @melinatesi / Tiktok 3The microblading is now above her natural brow and is orange in colourCredit: @melinatesi / Tiktok 3Melina loved her eyebrows for the first year after microbladingCredit: @melinatesi / Tiktok

In the short clip Melina revealed that her microbladed brows no longer line up with her natural eyebrows, and the pigment has turned an orange colour.

She said: “Don’t do it. Worst mistake I ever made, the removal process is so hard.”

Microblading is a process similar to tattooing - professionals use very small blades to permanently add pigment, giving the impression of fuller or more defined brows. 

For the first year, she loved her brows, but when they first started to go wrong, they turned red. 

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At this point, Melina says she  lost “so much confidence and always HAD to wear make up to cover it”.

After trying and failing to reverse the process with laser removal, Melina is now using a different treatment, called “Rejuvi”.

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This process is used for tattoo removal, and involves extracting the pigment from the skin.

She still didn't know if this treatment would fully remove the botched microblading above her natural brow.

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The video reached more than 650,000 people, and tonnes of commenters who said the same thing happened to them.

One person said: “Yes! Same thing happened to me, they went above my brow and it looks orange now.”

Another said: “Same!!! Four years out, thankfully mine are still under hair. But orange af.”

While a third wrote: “Dude same!!! Mine are red and higher arched than my natural brow.”

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Some commenters were grateful for the warning.

One said: “Thank you for posting I was actually considering doing this and you’re the only person to give me a reason to think twice.”

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She Questioned Disabled Peoples Right to Vote. Now, She’s Running to Be a Chief Election Official.

Kim Crockett speaks during the first day of the Minnesota State Republican Convention on May 13, 2022.Glen Stubbe/AP

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Kim Crockett, the leading Republican candidate for Minnesota’s Secretary of State, questioned in 2020 whether people who are disabled should be able get assistance to vote. 

That year, the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld a law allowing individuals to help people with disabilities or difficulty reading English when they’re filling out ballots. In a radio interview shortly after the ruling, Crockett said, “So, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that indeed you can help an unlimited number of people vote if they are disabled or can’t read or speak English, which raises the question: Um, should they be voting? We can talk about that another time.” 

HuffPo recently unearthed the audio:

GOP candidate for Minnesota secretary of state Kim Crockett, who would be the state’s chief election officer, says that people requiring assistance because they do not speak English or are disabled “raises the question: Should they be voting?”

— Heartland Signal (@HeartlandSignal) August 5, 2022

On Twitter, Crockett adamantly disputed HuffPo’s conclusions, saying that she “has NEVER stated or implied that disabled or non-English speaking citizens’ right to vote should be questioned.” 

Crockett has the endorsement of the state’s Republican Party in her run for secretary of state, the official in charge of election oversight. If she wins Tuesday’s primary, she will take on Minnesota’s Democratic incumbent Steve Simon in the general election.

As HuffPo notes, this isn’t the only time Crockett has made bigoted remarks. She made headlines in 2019 when, as the head of a right-wing think tank, she spoke to the New York Times about Somali resettlement efforts in Minnesota. “I think of America, the great assimilator, as a rubber band, but with this—we’re at the breaking point,” Crockett told the Times. “These aren’t people coming from Norway, let’s put it that way. These people are very visible.”

Earlier this year, at the state’s Republican convention, Crockett played an anti-Semitic campaign video depicting George Soros, the Jewish billionaire and frequent donor to liberal causes, as a puppet master controlling Simon, who is Jewish.

Crockett is among a number of GOP-endorsed promoters of the Big Lie—the claim that the 2020 election was stolen—who are running for secretary of state positions in swing states across the country. These individuals, including Nevada’s Jim Merchant, Arizona’s Mark Finchem, and Michigan’s Kristina Karamo, could play pivotal roles in determining the outcome of the next election. All three have been endorsed by the ultimate Big Lie champion and likely 2024 candidate, Donald Trump.

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