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What do you say? Christomy Christalin tweeted a photo of the French Instagram model Rebecca Biangue, saying this is what he means when he says he loves & # 39; girls who don't wear makeup & # 39;

A man has been mocked ruthlessly online after he said he & # 39; nature girls & # 39; does not stop makeup with & # 39; while sharing a photo of a woman wearing & # 39; at least 15 cosmetic products & # 39 ;.

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Christomy Christalin, a Florida-based personal trainer known online as & # 39; mrchris95 & # 39 ;, did this twitter last week to post a photo of French Instagram model Rebecca Biangue with a full face of makeup.

& # 39; If I say that I love girls in nature who don't wear make-up, this is what I'm talking about & he said, and he asked people to go to the comments to see if he was serious.

What do you say? Christomy Christalin tweeted a photo of the French Instagram model Rebecca Biangue, saying this is what he means when he says he loves & # 39; girls who don't wear makeup & # 39;

What do you say? Christomy Christalin tweeted a photo of the French Instagram model Rebecca Biangue, saying this is what he means when he says he loves & # 39; girls who don't wear makeup & # 39;

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Serious? Critics took the comment section to point out that she is wearing a full face of makeup while begging him for having no idea

Serious? Critics took the comment section to point out that she is wearing a full face of makeup while begging him for having no idea

Serious? Critics took the comment section to point out that she is wearing a full face of makeup while begging him for having no idea

& # 39; Who will tell him? & # 39; asked skincare expert Caroline Hirons.

& # 39; I pray you are kidding, she carries at least 15 products & someone else wrote.

Another Twitter user trickled from sarcasm when she commented: & Wow was she born with eyeliner? Lucky! & # 39;

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Many people screamed about his apparent confusion that he was a man.

& # 39; As long as you don't wear red lipstick, men will think you don't have makeup, & # 39; wrote a person.

Stirring the pot: Christomy seemed to enjoy the controversy and in the comments he called Rebecca a & # 39; natural queen & # 39;

Stirring the pot: Christomy seemed to enjoy the controversy and in the comments he called Rebecca a & # 39; natural queen & # 39;

Stirring the pot: Christomy seemed to enjoy the controversy and in the comments he called Rebecca a & # 39; natural queen & # 39;

Clarification: a Twitter emphasized that Rebecca was a & # 39; queen & # 39; is, but she is not & # 39; of course & # 39;

Clarification: a Twitter emphasized that Rebecca was a & # 39; queen & # 39; is, but she is not & # 39; of course & # 39;

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Clarification: a Twitter emphasized that Rebecca was a & # 39; queen & # 39; is, but she is not & # 39; of course & # 39;

Take that: Christomy could not resist complaining to some of his critics who taught him about makeup

Take that: Christomy could not resist complaining to some of his critics who taught him about makeup

Take that: Christomy could not resist complaining to some of his critics who taught him about makeup

The laughs: he joked that he & # 39; make-up artist & # 39; would be after all the lessons he received

The laughs: he joked that he & # 39; make-up artist & # 39; would be after all the lessons he received

The laughs: he joked that he & # 39; make-up artist & # 39; would be after all the lessons he received

Perfect view? A woman asked him what his glasses are, but he insisted that he had 20/20 vision
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Perfect view? A woman asked him what his glasses are, but he insisted that he had 20/20 vision

Perfect view? A woman asked him what his glasses are, but he insisted that he had 20/20 vision

Clarification; Another person tried to find out if he was serious by asking if he liked women who wear make-up, but he replied: & # 39; Not * & # 39;

Clarification; Another person tried to find out if he was serious by asking if he liked women who wear make-up, but he replied: & # 39; Not * & # 39;

Clarification; Another person tried to find out if he was serious by asking if he liked women who wear make-up, but he replied: & # 39; Not * & # 39;

& # 39; If my makeup looks like this, I have foundation, camouflage, bronzer, powder, eyebrow pomade, highlighter, eyeliner, mascara, lipiner, lip gloss, lipstick, eyelashes and blush, & # 39; someone else said, adding: & # 39; However, many of me would not know this.

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One woman even went so far as to share a graph with & # 39; what men think & # 39; no makeup & # 39; is & # 39; and & # 39; what & # 39; no makeup & # 39; is actually. & # 39;

Christomy seemed to enjoy the controversy and in the comments he added: & # 39; For those who ask, the natural queen is @rebeccarihh. & # 39;

& # 39; Queen? Yes. Natural? no, & # 39; someone clapped back.

People were completely confused as to whether he really thinks she's not wearing makeup on the glamorous photo.

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One person tried to figure it out by asking: & # 39; So you like women who wear makeup? & # 39; but he replied: & # 39; Not *. & # 39;

& # 39; Many of you sound like you know a lot about makeup, but why do you look so bad? Explain that, & he hit back in another tweet.

& # 39; Lol, after all those free lessons, I want to become a makeup artist. Thank you, & # 39; he added.

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Those who were not indignant insisted that he only troll people with his position, and although Christomy did not confirm their theory, he retweeted many of their comments.

& # 39; This was clearly a joke meant to satirize how unaware most men are when it comes to makeup, but I understand that Mad on the internet is more fun for many people, & # 39; wrote a person.

Another view: those who were not furious insisted that he only troll people with his position

Another view: those who were not furious insisted that he only troll people with his position

Another view: those who were not furious insisted that he only troll people with his position

Beginning of everything: ironically, when Rebecca originally placed the photo, commentators asked her for a makeup tutorial

Beginning of everything: ironically, when Rebecca originally placed the photo, commentators asked her for a makeup tutorial

Beginning of everything: ironically, when Rebecca originally placed the photo, commentators asked her for a makeup tutorial

Not so natural: Rebecca even went so far as to tell a fan all the products she used to create her natural-looking lip color

Not so natural: Rebecca even went so far as to tell a fan all the products she used to create her natural-looking lip color

Not so natural: Rebecca even went so far as to tell a fan all the products she used to create her natural-looking lip color

& # 39; So … this joke was just about EVERYONE's head, or? & # 39; another asked.

& # 39; You know damn well that he is trolling, & # 39; someone else insisted. & # 39; You twitter me hooligans. & # 39;

Whether Christomy actually has no idea when it comes to makeup remains unclear, but his tweet has already inspired some memes.

One person shared his tweet, but replaced Rebecca's photo with a photo of Joaquin Phoenix who wore clown makeup while dressed like the Joker.

Another did the same with a GIF from a woman who put clown makeup on her face.

Ironically, when Rebecca was originally Posted the photo commentators begged her for a makeup tutorial. She even went so far as to tell a fan all the products she used to create her natural-looking lip color.

& # 39; A brown pencil + single dose with one color + the mac lipglass [sic] & # 39 ;, she wrote.

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