Getting into a car accident is never not scary, but surprisingly, one Twitter user`s experience has tens of thousands of people believing it can be a little bit funny.
On Saturday, Twitter user @hellocojo explained in a tweet that she had gotten into a car accident, then shared a photo of what happened when her flawlessly applied makeup ended up on the headrest due to the crash`s impact.
"It`s not funny but I`m in the backseat and," she wrote.
Bright side: She explained that luckily no one was hurt during the accident, but she thought the photo of her face print was funny and decided to share it
Thankfully, @hellocojo explained in both her initial tweet and follow-up tweets that everyone was OK after the incident, and many voiced their relief to hear it. Meanwhile, just as many couldn`t help but laugh alongside @hellocojo for the incredible imprint her face had made on the headrest because let`s be real: It`s completely normal to worry about leaving your makeup behind when you`ve spent good time and money on it.
And @hellocojo is definitely not the only one to have gone through such a terrifying experience. In response to her tweet, many were quick to make comparisons to an image that went viral a couple years ago of another makeup imprint on the back of a headrest.
Unsurprisingly, @hellocojo`s photo was also quick to go viral eventually racking up over 87,000 retweets and over 200,000 favorites before she deleted the original tweet.
Meanwhile, @hellocojo appears to be handling the situation (and newfound Twitter fame) with a good sense of humor, rightfully expressing her sorrow over all the wasted product.
More common than you think? A similar photo went viral after it was shared on Imgur last year
Support system: Although some people accused @hellocojo stealing the image or using photo editing to create it, @JardenWymond came to her defense