Beauty YouTuber Chloe Morello mistakes date balls for lamingtons – and then makes a VERY unfortunate typo on social media
She’s amassed more than one million followers on Instagram with her smart beauty advice, but even influencer Chloe Morello can get it wrong sometimes.
The 30-year-old YouTuber made an unfortunate gaffe while shopping for groceries recently when she mistook date balls for lamingtons.
She then caused further embarrassment for herself by misspelling the word lamingtons as ‘laminations’.
Insta-fail! Beauty YouTuber Chloe Morello mistook date balls for lamingtons and then made a VERY unfortunate typo on social media on Tuesday
‘I thought these was laminations,’ Chloe, who is based in LA, captioned the photo.
She later blamed the mistake on her phone’s autocorrect feature.
Chloe’s typo comes after the beauty blogger created the ultimate ‘no makeup’ look using products that exactly match the colour of her hair and skin.
The Australian makeup artist created the video in August, sharing it with her 2.68 million subscribers on YouTube.
Mistake: The 30-year-old made an unfortunate typo recently during a grocery shopping trip, when she revealed she had mistaken date balls for lamingtons and wrote: ‘I thought these was laminations’
‘I only want to use tones, colours and shades that are actually found on my body. I want everything be a perfect match. I want to know what my features would look like if they were flawless,’ she said.
Even though she’s more than confident showing off the occasional pimple and pigmentation, Chloe was curious to find out what a real life filter would look like on her face.
She started with a primer because she has oily skin and wanted to ‘control that’, giving her exact colour match Dior Backstage foundation something to sit on top of.
‘It has really good neutral tones. I think this will be the most flattering look I will ever do,’ she said.
After her skin was made to look all the one shade Chloe used a coloured brown eyebrow gel to coat just the hairs, pushing the product upward to give her a ‘lift’.
Whoops! Chloe then circled the word ‘laminations’ on another Instagram post and explained: ‘Omg autocorrect’
She applied a ‘perfect match’ concealer to the blemishes she wanted to cover before curling her eyelashes and coating them in a quick swipe of mascara – the same shade as her eyes.
Flesh-coloured eyeshadow was used on her eyelid and a light brown contour colour on her nose to ‘taper’ the centre of her face.
She covered up her blue under eye tones with a neutral concealer before using a pink lip colour on her naturally peachy lips.
In total 23 products – including brushes – were used to create the look, which earned Chloe accolades from her loyal followers.
Spot the difference! Chloe’s typo comes after the beauty blogger created the ultimate ‘no makeup’ look using products that exactly match the colour of her hair and skin