IN a world where beauty trends change in a heartbeat, many women can feel conscious about their looks.
Have you ever walked past a mirror and caught a glimpse of a double chin? Or perhaps you’ve spotted it when someone’s taken your picture?
It’s a completely normal feature for our bodies to have, but some of us want that extra chin banished right away.
While those with money might go under the knife for a more angular look, there is an easier and much cheaper way to make it vanish.
A beauty expert has treated us to the answer, and now we’ll never look back.
Daminee, a make-up artist based in Vienna, shared her home hack on TikTok.
Over two million people have watched her tutorial - and it’s easy to see why.
The beauty pro, who calls herself Glamwithdaminee, spends just seven seconds showing us how it’s done.
The clip begins with Daminee sitting close to the camera. She wears a vibrant pink t-shirt, which she styles up with hooped earrings.
She already sports a full face of make-up, including perfectly-shaped, thick eyebrows, dusty pink eyeshadow and fake eyelashes to show off her deep brown eyes.
Daminee lowers her head to reveal the skin - aka ‘double chin’ - around her neck area.
She then produces a concealer stick and aims it under her chin bone.
She swipes the concealer from the tip of her chin outwards in both directions, following her jawline.
Then she produces a make-up sponge and lightly blends the area in a downward fashion towards the neck.
Her hack complete, Daminee lifts her head back up to the camera to reveal a more pronounced and angular jawline with no double chin in sight.
Daminee’s followers had mixed feelings about her hack, with some saying she had no double chin to begin with.
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“You were pushing your neck down though,” said one unimpressed user, followed by a laughing emoji.
“You can tell she did that on purpose too,” replied another.
Others praised the make-up artist, commenting on her likeness to a famous face and pleading to know where she bought her products from.
“Guys I think she knows she’s doing it on purpose she wanted to know where the makeup went,” said one user, defending Daminee.
A second noted: “Anyone else thought this was Camila Mendez? Veronica from Riverdale.”
And a third gushed: “What make-up is that? Your skin looks amazing.”
Daminee responded: “The Catrice true skin foundation.”