A sponsored post by a fake-tan company was posted to an Australian influencer.
Madi Edwards has almost 900,000. Followers. She posted a video showing her applying Bali Body’s Instant Tan range. Then she wiped herself with a white towel to show how the tan dried quickly without leaving any residue.
Many people who saw the clip suspected Madi had not allowed the towel to touch her skin.
Awkward: Influencer Madi Edwards has been called out over an embarrassing fake-tan post for one very embarrassing reason
Celeb Spellcheck, a popular Instagram’snarky’ account, shared the post on Friday and accused Madi for not properly using the towel.
One follower commented that “She didn’t even try to let that cloth touch the skin of her skin,”
A second comment was made: ‘Are brands not embarrassed by it?
“Miss Ma’am, don’t pretend that you have actually wiped that white cloth on your skin please,” laughed another.
Did she or wasn’t she? Madi appeared to be rubbing the fake tan with a white towel. However, some fans believe the towel never came in contact with her skin.
Despite the negative comments, it is unclear whether Madi actually used the towel.
Because of the angle of her camera, it is impossible to determine if the towel was connected to her skin.
Daily Mail Australia reached out to Madi Edwards in order to get her opinion.
We’ll never know. Because of the angle of this camera, it’s impossible for us to determine if the towel was attached to her skin.
Celeb Spellcheck has also called out Madi as an influencer in recent weeks.
Sophie Guidolin was accused after she filmed a video showing herself using skincare products.
The 32-year-old shared a sponsored post to Instagram for Skóra Skincare, rubbing their blemish spot remover on a pimple on the left side of her chin.
The next day, she shared a photo of her face showing the opposite side to the product and claimed it had worked.
“Does she really think that she’s fooled me?” Celeb Spellcheck called Sophie Guidolin (pictured), a Gold Coast influencer, for her questionable sponsored post.
Celeb Spellcheck shared Sophie’s post with the caption: ‘The poor company honestly.
Kurt Coleman, Instagram star, commented below the post: “That’s cracking my up.”
Model Jessie Gurunathan wrote, “Wait! What the heck did you just watch?” Is she really thinking she’s fooling us by switching faces? This is too much for Sunday.
Post: She shared a sponsored post to Instagram for Skóra Skincare, rubbing their blemish spot remover on a pimple on the left side of her chin. The next day, she claimed that the product had worked but shared a picture of her face showing the opposite side.