A woman says her $18 liquid lipstick held up after getting into a car accident, and people are loving her unconventional makeup review

Rodin Eckenroth/Getty ImagesJeffree Star is the beauty mogul behind Jeffree Star Cosmetics.
  • On Wednesday, Twitter user Taryn Elise (@voltaireon) shared a review of the $US18 Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick after saying she got into a car accident while wearing the product.
  • She posted photos of herself wearing the lipstick in the shade “Unicorn Blood,” and said the product held up great, though she says some ended up on her car’s airbag.
  • The tweet went viral, and many people said they loved her beauty look.
  • Beauty mogul Jeffree Star responded to her tweet, and said he is “so glad” to hear that she is “safe and OK.” He also offered to send her a free eye-shadow palette.
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On Wednesday, a woman named Taryn Elise, who goes by @voltaireon on Twitter, shared photos of herself that she says she took after getting into a car accident. While the Mini Cooper in her photos appears to have been wrecked in the alleged crash, her lipstick seems to have held up just fine.

In her tweet, Elise addressed anyone who might be “curious about how well Jeffree Star lipstick holds up,” and said her $US18 Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in the shade “Unicorn Blood” managed to last throughout the accident.

As her tweet went viral, Elise told her Twitter followers that she wasn’t seriously injured.

“I am doing OK! Still shook but am in my doctor’s office waiting for an examination,” she wrote. “I definitely feel it but am so thankful for all the lovely messages!”

Some people tweeted Elise and told her they loved her unconventional makeup review, while others complimented her beauty skills.

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Jeffree star cosmeticsRosdiana Ciaravolo/Getty ImagesElise wasn’t the only person who praised the lasting-power of these lipsticks.

Two other Twitter users claimed they also wore Jeffree Star Cosmetics products when they got into separate accidents

Like Elise, their makeup appeared to be flawless afterwards.

Elise’s viral tweet didn’t go unnoticed by Jeffree Star. The beauty mogul reached out to his fan on Twitter and said he is “so glad” that she’s safe. He also offered to gift her a free eye-shadow palette.

“Holy s—!!!! So glad that you’re safe and OK,” Star wrote. “DM me, would love to send you a #BlueBlood palette to cheer you up!”

Taryn Elise did not immediately reply to INSIDER’s request for comment.

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