COUNTING On fans have slammed Joy-Anna Duggar for looking 'plastic' as she advertised false eyelashes.
Joy-Anna, 23, was promoting the magnetic lashes on her Instagram stories, when fans noticed she did not quite look herself.
The mom-of-two posted a close-up selfie of herself sporting a side fringe and black liquid eyeliner.
She was offering her fans a 60% discount offer, but fans were too distracted with how different the reality star looked.
"Filter much? They don’t even look like real normal people anymore," wroteon fan on Twitter.
Another added: "She looks like plastic."
And a third said: "Her eye makeup application needs serious help."
But some fans rushed to her defence, arguing that she would probably not be as experienced in applying makeup after growing up in the conservative Christian Duggar family, who banned makeup.
"I honestly see so much potential for makeup looks, magnetic lashes are hard, they’re harder (in my experience) than regular falsies. Learning makeup in general late is hard!" wrote one fan.
Joy-Anna's make-up gaffe comes just weeks after her and her husband, Austin Forsyth, broke their silence over her brother's shocking child pornography arrest.
The disgraced former reality star was arrested and charged with two counts of possessing and receiving child porn.
Both Joy-Anna and Austin took to their Instagram Stories to share the same statement, which read: "The recent accusation brought against Josh sadden us to our core.
"We have not wanted to be hasty in making any statements while still trying to process the news ourselves. We are especially heartbroken by the reality that there are children in the world being harmed and exploited."
The statement concluded: "We ask for prayer for all those involved, and it is our continued prayer that the truth comes to light."
The father of six pleaded not guilty to the charges, as he was released after making bail.
On Thursday, Josh was pictured wearing an ankle monitor while leaving jail – the troubled star is now on home confinement until his July 2021 trial.
In photos obtained by The Sun, the bulge from Josh’s ankle monitor could be seen under his jeans as he walked from the court house to his attorney Travis Story's black Suburban.
According to conditions of release obtained by The Sun, travel is restricted to Western District of Arkansas, Fayetteville Division unless given approval from the U.S. Probation Office. That includes Benton, Washington and Madison counties.
Other terms include maintaining employment, no possession of firearms, no excessive alcohol use, no possession of pornography and more.
Josh has unlimited access to his six children with his pregnant wife Anna, 32, as long as she is present.
He is unable to have contact with other minors, including his siblings, nieces and nephews.
The ex TV star faces 20 years in prison and fines of up to $250,000 if convicted.
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