A teenager who survived a serious car crash has posted a glowing tribute to Facebook about how her makeup lasted through the horror accident.
Alice Brewer, 19, told Daily Mail Australia she survived the car crash at 100km/h leaving her car ‘beyond recognition’ which also ‘totalled two cars’.
Ms Brewer was told by doctors the corset she was wearing saved her life, leaving her with a broken sternum and a collarbone ‘pushed into the shape of a plus sign’.
Alice Brewer (pictured) posted to Facebook page, Urban Decay Cosmetics, that she was in a car accident which ‘totalled two cars’ but her makeup luckily survived the impact
Ms Brewer said the setting spray made her makeup ‘survive better than [her] bones did’
Ms Brewer’s post quickly went viral on Facebook with many people wanting to buy the product
Despite the nasty car accident, which happened two weeks before her 19th birthday, Ms Brewer shared a post to Facebook looking at the brighter side of things.
The Victorian woman shared a photo online celebrating the durability of the make-up she was wearing which ‘survived better than [her] bones did’.
‘I had an airbag in my face plus I have super oily skin and by the time that photo had been taken, my makeup had been on for 12 hours,’ Ms Brewer told Daily Mail Australia.
‘I obviously cried a lot because I thought I had killed someone and the pain was pretty bad.’
The post shared to Urban Decay Cosmetics quickly gained more than 7000 likes with many people saying they needed to invest in the $49 magical makeup product.
Ms Brewer and her boyfriend were driving to see the fairy penguins at Phillip Island, Victoria, at the time of the accident which left her suffering the worst injuries out of all the people involved.
Ms Brewer said she has oily skin, had been crying after the crash (car pictured) and was smacked in the face with an airbag but 12 hours later, her makeup was still in prime condition
Ms Brewer (left) suffered a broken sternum and a collarbone after the nasty crash (right)
‘I love Urban Decay, I use a lot of their eye shadows, setting sprays,’ Ms Brewer (pictured) said
With make-up that outlasts a nasty car crash, the 19-year-old’s biggest tip is to ‘ blend ’til your arm gets sore’
Despite injuries which require surgery next week, Ms Brewer asked her boyfriend to capture the moment her Urban Decay Cosmetics De Slick setting spray outlasted the terrifying crash.
‘I love Urban Decay, I use a lot of their eye shadows, setting sprays,’ Ms Brewer said.
‘I just hope Urban Decay send me a care package so I can conceal all my bruises and scars.’
Planning to take a gap year next year before studying to become a doctor, Ms Brewer said make-up was a hobby.
‘My biggest tip is just blend ’til your arm gets sore,’ she said.