TikToker who went viral for applying makeup on moving train reattempts the feat … on a speedboat

TikToker who went viral for applying makeup on moving train reattempts the feat … on a speedboat

The TikTok user went viral last month for applying makeup while on a moving train to Jurong in western Singapore

March 14, 2023
A Singaporean woman has taken her makeup game to the next level by applying cosmetics while on a moving speedboat. 
On Sunday, TikTok user @unbiden posted a clip of herself applying a full face of makeup as she zips through open water.
According to her recent post, she was invited by boat tour agency Rhib Rides Singapore to test her makeup skills while riding one of their boats. She previously went viral in February for applying makeup while on a moving train in Singapore.
“Challenge accepted,” the onscreen text says at the start of @unbiden’s minute-and-a-half-long video.
In the video, the TikTok user shows a step-by-step process of her skincare and makeup routines, applying different products such as a brightening face mask, sunblock, concealer, skin tint, lip gloss, blush and mascara.
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She also casually applies winged eyeliner like a pro, writing, “What did I say? Easy ladies” at the 1:10 mark.
“Whats next ..?” @unbiden asks in the caption of her recent post, which has already amassed more than 330,000 views and 61,000 likes.
Several TikTok users commented on her video to express their amazement and address her caption’s question.
“The way she says easy on the eyeliner make me SOB,” one TikTok user said.
“THE WAY I WAITED FOR THE EYELINER PART,” another user commented.
“Ok do it on a rollercoaster now,” another user wrote, while another suggested, “Makeup before skydiving hahah.”

      Isa Peralta

      Isa Peralta is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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