I’m a super catfish – I’ve got acne & shave my face but look totally different done up, people say it's a ‘war crime’

A WOMAN has revealed how she shaves her face to make her makeup sit better to help cover her acne and boost her confidence.

But Jessy Volks glow-ups make her look so different some trolls have labeled it a 'war crime'.


Posting to her TikTok account, Jessy shared how dermaplanning (shaving your face) creates the best base to apply makeup and have it sit flawlessly.

In another video, she claimed she was the boss after showing her incredible transformation.

She first showed herself barefaced with a messy bun and demonstrated how she shaved her face to prep her skin for the makeup.

In the next clip, she shows herself glammed-up and looks entirely different.

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Jessy, has her stunning hair down and has added a wave to it and her makeup looks incredible.

Featuring false eyelashes, a winged liner with shimmery eyeshadow, impressive contour, and glossy lips.

Many viewers of the video were stunned and commented on how good Jessy looked.

One wrote: "You are amazing."

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"I always like your videos before I see the end product because I know you be slaaaaaaying!!" Wrote one fan.

But others in the comments, mainly men, claimed it was wrong.

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One said: "War crime right here."

"False advertising at its finest." Another commented.

A third wrote: "This should be illegal."

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