Iraqi-Based Make-up Artist Gets Bashed For Posting 'Coronavirus' Make-up Look

Social Media influencer, Fatima Aldewan based in the UAE slammed after posting a Coronavirus make-up tutorial. An artist has posted a make-up tutorial video on her instagram handle, which has gained more than 88,000 views till now.

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Iraqi-Based Make-up Artist Gets Bashed For Posting 'Coronavirus' Make-up Look
Social Media influencer, Fatima Aldewan based in the UAE slammed after posting a Coronavirus make-up tutorial. Fatima Aldewan is a make-up artist, who keeps on updating people with her beauty tutorials on her Instagram channel, which has more than 80,000 followers.

Recently, an artist has posted a make-up tutorial video on her instagram handle, which has gained more than 88,000 views till now. While sharing the post, captioned her video in Arabic, which translates to 'Virus Corona make-up'. In the video she could be first seen wearing a face mask. After putting the mask, she starts with her eye make-up, while demonstrating the steps.


As she posted the video, the video got viral in no time. And ever since the video went viral, she has received a lot of criticism for the insensitive video. Fatima video flooded with so many comments, where some appreciated her look and asked her a few beauty tips, few also criticised her for filming such a video. 


One instagram user commented, "People are dying from this illness and you are taking it as mere fun".

There other commented, "Even the coronavirus now has a makeup look. What kind of stupidity are you guys living in".

While the make-up artist received a lot of criticism on the social media, she has yet not deleted her video and is still live on her channel. According to sources, the artist intention was to show the users the correct way to use a protective mask before applying make-up.


Image Source: instagram/fatimaaldewan
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