A HOOTERS waitress has raved over a cheap Amazon contour that she uses to keep her skin looking fresh.
The popular restaurant chain is known for its strict uniform rules and staffers must wear makeup.
The waitress, known as Kayla, offered her thousands of fans an insight into her makeup routine before she starts a shift.
First, she applied concealer under her eyes, adding: “Your girl does not get enough sleep and it shows.”
She put the concealer over her foundation so it wouldn’t smudge.
The worker then used a contour product that she had bought from Amazon for just $6.
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She puckered up her lips before adding it to her cheeks, her forehead, and underneath her nose.
Kayla also put some blush over her skin before applying some eyeliner and mascara.
She completed her makeup routine by putting on some lipstick.
Kayla has also revealed the rules that staffers have to follow.
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In another clip, Kayla said: “So to kick it all off we have to wear makeup, and we have to have our hair done.”
She added that their hair has to be naturally colored, meaning no extravagant hues like blue and pink are acceptable.
Kayla warned that makeup has to be natural as well.
And, she claimed that staffers are not considered “servers”.
Kayla explained: “We are entertainers, because we put on the uniform and we have a certain role that we play.
"And this role is like your typical girl next door, or American cheerleader."
Another employee, known as Kenzjee, has claimed that workers will be sent home if they do not sport makeup.
The waitress claimed girls have to wear an array of beauty products, including eyelashes, mascara, blusher, bronzer, lipstick, and moisturizer.
She warned: “Makeup is a part of a dress code so if you show up with no makeup on, they can and will send you home.”
The strict dress code left some TikTokers furious.
But, Kenzjee replied: “It’s just part of the dress code. It’s all a part of the contracts we sign. If someone doesn’t want to they don’t have to work here.”
The staffer also claimed that managers teach workers how to apply the makeup if they’ve never worn it before.
The Sun revealed how a former Hooters staffer sent fans wild after she tried on her old uniform.
And, ex-Hooters worker Tasha Guess’ uniform seemed to fit so perfectly that fans were calling for her to come out of retirement.
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