The 26-year-old man known only as Blufiz was given an extensive list including eyelashes, matte lipstick and dry shampoo (centre) – but appeared bamboozled by the beauty jargon he was confronted with. His hapless messages from inside the shop show him becoming increasingly confused as he tries to navigate the beauty aisle, eventually getting to the checkout only to discover that he has forgotten his wallet anyway.
He insists: ‘No no I’m fine I can do this. Just walk me through it.’ However as he begins his quest for a tube of matte lipstick, it soon becomes clear that he has no idea what he is looking for, as he sends his partner a photograph of a bottle of nail polish, asking: ‘Does brand matter?
‘Color sensational? This ones called sugar chic. Is that color close enough.’
When his partner patiently explains that although she likes the colour, it is not intended for lips, he asks: ‘Isn’t this place sorted by nails, lip stuff, hair stuff?’
As he trimphantly finds the lipstick section he exclaims, ‘Matte!’ before confusedly adding: ‘Light bright doesn’t exist’.
When asked to smear a bit of lipstick on his hand, Blufiz draws an intricate cartoon dinosaur
it becomes clear the entire trip has been in vain when he admits: ‘I forgot my wallet.’