Certain things in life stay the same way they are while others change. Well, actually everything changes. Change is the only constant thing in this universe but it doesn’t have to stay that way when it comes to the eyeliner you have been using.
Shelby had an accident 9 months ago. Fortunately, she is safe and sound. However, the other thing that remained safe during that accident was her eyeliner. Hence, she had to share it with others. Understandably, people freaked out. Turns out, we all need to change our eyeliners.
Meet Shelby Pagan, a 25-year-old nurse, and a part-time stunner.
She lives in Boston and about nine months ago she had an accident.
Shelby is completely fine now. However, some time back she shared a post on her Instagram feed. Have a look:
Sorry I haven't posted in a few days and I am sorry I don't have a funny caption for you today. On Wednesday June 28th I was parked on the side of a highway, with my hazards on, calling for roadside assistance because I ran out of gas. While on the phone for help I was hit by a driver going 56pmh. I was treated in the ER for a cervical strain, closed head injury, knee contusion and forehead lacerations. I consider myself lucky to have walked away from the accident relatively unhurt and alive. The reason the other driver hit me is still not known. But I have my life and am surrounded by such great friends, coworkers and family. Mahalo nui loa to the paramedics, doctors and everyone else who helped me.
“I took a selfie after my accident to send to my mother who was worried and in case the police would need it for evidence in the future,” Pagan said.
Did you notice the way her winged eyeliner stayed winged?
Apparently, a few other people noticed it as well.
“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.”
This review is a detailed analysis of the product she uses and how it survived not only the car accident but also her never-ending tears.
“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 stumbled upon Pagan’s review and couldn’t handle the fact that her eyeliner stayed intact in the 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 ? pic.twitter.com/j9jHjAei06
— lahari (@guadalahari) April 24, 2018
One more user of the product named Madeleine Dunne confirmed that the product was spot on.
Can confirm this liner is 10/10 bike accident proof pic.twitter.com/AMSd2cHNzM
— Madeleine Dunne (@MadeleineDunne) April 25, 2018
Some users wanted to know about the setting spray Dunne uses.
G******n all your makeup is intact what setting spray do you use???
— ??Meg♡? (@MachineGunMegy) April 25, 2018
While others were just stumped.
Not wrong pic.twitter.com/wH9m7tVaBm
— paige (@MageePaige) April 25, 2018
Ummm what? Not a deer accident!
@laurieee101 this was me w the eyeliner after the deer accident ahahahah
— millie (@millie_atherton) April 25, 2018
Now, that’s simply too much.
Also stays on after s*x too ??♀️
— ??? ????, ????? ថ្លង់ (@JustElenaPotter) April 25, 2018
“Girl, when you find a good product, you have to share the info”.
Lololol it’s me ?? girl, when you find a good product, you have to share the info ??♀️
— Shelby (@catsandcusswrds) April 25, 2018
Thank you, Shelby, for enlightening us.