I'm a catfish queen – people mock me for looking unrecognizable with my makeup skills but it makes me look years younger | The Sun

A WOMAN has been slammed on social media for looking unrecognizable, but says she loves transforming herself with makeup skills.

To clap back at the trolls, she dubbed herself the "catfish queen," referring to when a person lures others by pretending to look a certain way.

A makeup artist who goes by the name of Gemluva Beauty on social media shared a video where she showed off her shocking transformation.

In after shots, she looks years younger.

In the first part of the clip, the beauty blogger appeared with no makeup on, and her hair needed to be retouched as her roots were beginning to show.

She wrote alongside her before: "#1 catfish queen, I love catfishing. You can't hide from me."

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People can’t believe I’m the same person when I do my makeup – I’m a catfish

But in minutes, she transformed herself into a brand new person.

Her skin was now smooth and even, her eyelids were painted purple with a smoky eyeliner.

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Her eyes had also changed to a light blue and her hair was styled.

Her transformation had made her look younger and fresh-faced.

Despite many praising her on the comment section for her makeup skills, men slammed her for fooling them into thinking she looked a certain way.

One man wrote: "That's why my first date is at a pool!"

A woman slammed her and said, "And this is why I teach my son to look at her without makeup first," to which she clapped back and told her, "That's the whole point. I'm beautiful either way and I'm not afraid to show the real me!"

And a third one shared: "This is why make-up should be illegal."

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Many others even claimed that the before and after were actually two different people, but the blogger assured it was indeed her.

Unfortunately, many people think calling someone a catfish is considered an insult these days but many makeup artists believe it's a compliment as it shows how skilled they are with makeup.

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