A MAKEUP influencer says she looks years younger because she follows a quick, effortless beauty method.
TikToker Nicole Hore outlines her simple makeup application process in a video and draws a line down the middle of her face to show the before and after.
"Yes your makeup can age you!!" Nicole warns in the video's caption.
She starts her clip by explaining that effective makeup contouring and using the right foundations can be done in five minutes.
She also assures her followers that her method will "change your complete look."
And she advises them not to panic and that she'll be able to tell anyone which foundation to use for their specific skin tone.
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Nicole then sets to work, quickly applying different shades of foundation to different parts of one side of her face with her brush.
Nicole continues her video by discussing the benefits of applying a cream foundation.
She adds: "Not only does it make my face completely different, but it's super hydrating."
"See the difference?" she exclaims when her look is complete.
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She then uses a split screen to show how her beauty method looks in the end.
Nicole's followers have commented on her appearance, with one saying: "It's a big difference!"
Replying to commenters, she also said that for women over 50, cream makeup was "without a doubt" better than powder.
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Nicole ends her video by prompting her followers to change the way they think about makeup.
She also asks them to look at her bio to find the color match link so they can find the right foundation shade for their skin color.
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