The Woman Who Collects Dead Bugs To Be Applied To The Face Along With Makeup
There currently exists a wide variety of strange pictures posted on the website known as Instagram. But the pictures posted by makeup artist, Jasmine Ahumada, may be the strangest pictures that you have ever seen. Despite having a self-admitted aversion to bugs, Ahumada has taken to applying bugs to her face in order to add an extra flare to her interesting makeup designs. Ahumada places insects around her eyes that uniquely contrast with the colors of her makeup. Ahumada’s instagram pictures have gone viral and are now gaining widespread media attention.
Although Ahumada has admitted to fearing bugs, she has stressed that she is humane towards the creatures. For example, she only uses dead insects to complement her makeup. Ahumada has made a habit out of collecting dead insect and arachnid specimens from various indoor and outdoor areas for her self-decorative needs. If she spots a dead insect on the ground, she will not hesitate to honor its short life by placing the dessicated corpse on her face for the whole world to see. She also visits pet stores that sell dead insects as snake-feed. Just about any insect you can think of could one day be found on her face.
Ahumada glues the insects onto her face with the same type of adhesive that is used for applying false eyelashes. The insects most commonly found on her face include grasshoppers, crickets and beetles. However, she has even glued dead tarantula’s to her face, which seems like a strange thing for a bug-phobic person to do. Another arachnid that Ahumada has glued to her face is the fierce scorpion. She has also placed dead bees close enough to her tear ducts to make any person cringe. At one point Ahumada even used worms as false eyelashes. Ahumada’s excessively strange and undeniably creepy instagram pics can easily be accessed by anyone who has an internet connection. But be warned as some of the images can make you jump back from your computer screen. Don’t view the images in public.
Have you ever heard of someone who used insects and/or spiders for unconventional purposes?