A WOMAN joked that she was a "catfish" and "didn't look like that" when comparing her glammed up pictures to her in everyday life.
Stunning TikToker Snoopy Court shared her full transformation as she took part in the "catfish challenge".
The influencer showed a picture and a video of herself looking super glam before showing herself lounging around at home and there was a big difference.
In the clip, which has now amassed almost 30k likes on TikTok, the influencer showed the dramatic transformation.
At the start of the video Snoopy took part in the "catfish challenge" by showing a picture of herself looking like a knock-out.
In the stunning shot she had her glossy hair is styled into a perfect centre parting, her make-up is perfectly applied and she's sitting in a flattering shorts and crop top combo.
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Next up the TikToker cut to a video of herself, again with her make-up done to perfection but this time with her hair styled into stunning wide curls.
Her eyebrows were perfectly on fleek and she had huge long false lashed to accentuate her eyes.
In the final frame of the social media challenge, the influencer showed herself as she was in that moment.
She cut into the video of herself lying down in bed having just woken up.
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Her hair was unkempt and she had a natural look with no make-up.
Fellow TikTokers were quick to comment on the transformation.
One person said: "Hahahaha this is every girl."
Another said: "You're not ugly, you just look like two different people."
A third said: "No one looks good in the morning to be honest."
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