This is the hilarious moment a daughter can’t stop laughing as her mother rips out both of her eyebrows while using a face mask.
Nicole Cano, 19, can be heard giggling as her mother, Brenda Cano, tries to peel off the $4 charcoal mask and ends up pulling the hair off her face in the process.
Ms Cano, a daycare director from Houston, Texas, is captured reading the back of the face mask bottle and panicking when she realises that the instructions state that it should not be applied to facial hair.
Her daughter can be heard saying ‘You put your eyebrows in that?’
Brenda Cano, 35, is filmed reading the back of the face mask bottle and panicking as she realises it should not be applied to facial hair
Footage filmed by daughter Nicole Cano, 19, shows her mother trying to peel the mask off as they laugh at the process
Footage filmed on Snapchat then shows Ms Cano attempting to peel away the sticky black mask from her face and shouting ‘It hurts!’
Mother and daughter can be seen screaming with laughter as half the mask is peeled off revealing a bald patch.
Ms Cano reaches to feel her brow and they laugh even more when she feels that there is nothing but skin left.
The end of the video shows a close up of Ms Cano with no eyebrows as her daughter shrieks in hysterical laughter.
Mother and daughter can be heard in the video screaming with laughter as half the mask is peeled off revealing a bald patch on Ms Cano’s face
Ms Cano told Msn News: ‘I went into the bathroom and applied a layer onto my face. The mask was very watery and because it didn’t look dark enough I could still see my skin through it so I applied a second layer.
‘I even sat in front of a fan for a while before deciding to get up and read the directions on the tube.
‘It clearly stated on the directions do not apply on edges and facial hair but by then it was too late. My face felt tight and the mask had hardened already.
The end of the video shows a close up of Ms Cano with no eyebrows as her daughter shrieks in hysterical laughter
‘I continued to attempt to remove the mask and I could feel every single facial hair being ripped out.
‘That’s when I began to panic. I thought pulling fast would alleviate the pain and work better so I gave it a big pull and the eyebrows were gone.
‘I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry but when my daughter said ‘Mum your eyebrows’ she handed me a mirror and I couldn’t help but to laugh myself.’