Woman’s ‘reverse’ transformation divides internet: ‘Not the same person’

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A woman has clapped back at a number of trolls who have called her “ugly” in a series of viral “catfish” transformation videos.

Influencer Valeria Voronina who regularly posts before and after makeover videos to TikTok, is often slammed and called fake, with many believing there are “different people” in her clips.

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The TikToker who has amassed 4.4 million followers, first appears in one video with unkept, frizzy hair and a makeup free face before suddenly transforming.

In her latest video, Valeria who is believed to be from Ukraine, responded to a comment from a troll saying she looks ugly without any makeup.

“I hope to see more from your ugly to beauty transformation,” the comment reads.

Valeria begins her transformation videos with no make-up and frizzy hair. Credit: TikTok/@voronina_valeria_

A voiceover, which Valeria is miming, says: “I’m sorry, I just need one minute to make sure I look good” before she transforms, now with a full face of contoured makeup, long lashes and thick eyebrows.

She again mimes the voiceover, which now says: “Do you think I look good Mr Armstrong?”

The Tiktoker then drastically transforms into an Instagram-like model, with a contoured look. Credit: TikTok/@voronina_valeria_

The video has gained 6.3 million views and thousands of comments, with many convinced that there are actually two women in the video.

“I come across this account all the time and it fascinates and confuses me each time. Both are beautiful, just don’t look the same to me,” one person said.

“I fail to believe those are the same people,” another wrote.

With a third convinced: “It’s a different person in every video but the same person in makeup.”

Another video which has racked up over 41.7 million views, saw her in oversized glasses with messy braids.

A caption on screen reads: “Him: you’re too UGLY to be talking to me.”

The next second she transforms again with another caption appearing on screen: “Me: I don’t wanna talk,” before adding “to you”.

Her videos have gone viral, with thousands convinced there are two women appearing in the videos. Credit: TikTok/@voronina_valeria_

Her videos have left viewers baffled by the sudden differences between the before and after, with some even noting Valeria’s eyes, nose and jawline seem completely different.

“I was like ‘I discovered a shape shifter’,” someone said..

“How do you get your jawline and nose to look completely different?” a second asked.

“I kept on repeating this vid and by looking at their teeth, finally confirmed they’re not the same person,” another insisted.

Indeed thousands are convinced Valeria’s videos are “fake” with many believing the influencer is using face-changing apps and “prosthetics” to exaggerate her before look.

“She uses prosthetics in the before and nothing in the after. So talented!” one suggested.

“It’s a filter on the first face. She’s naturally beautiful with no make-up too,” a second agreed.

“For the people who still don’t know she uses makeup in the beginning as well, she looks nothing like that,” a third wrote.

Other commenters believe the influencer has used face-app and prosthetics to exaggerate her before look. Credit: TikTok/@voronina_valeria_

The TikToker’s fanbase however is blown away by her makeup skills, with thousands of comments praising her ability.

“She is the same girl – makeup artists can do magic,” one fan said.

“Same person. Both very good makeup,” another fan responded to haters.

“The makeup is great but you’re beautiful without it too, no matter what anyone says,” a third added.

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