A woman has been left stunned to find out that her fake Halloween face tattoos wouldn’t come off.
@alliwanttodoismile on TikTok – shared a video of herself trying to scrub the huge scary fake teeth and scar-painted tattoo off her face.

“Put a tattoo sticker on, join in a bit of Halloween, you know? Put some on my granddaughter as well, she’s seven, and my daughter rings up going ‘how does it come off?’ …Well, it couldn’t be that difficult, surely?” Elizabeth says in the video.

The 46-year-old can then be seen using a silicone face scrubber to try and remove the temporary inking off on her cheek and lip, and forehead.

However, the mad clown look just wouldn’t budge and stayed intact which irritated Elizabeth who then angrily said “f*** sake, I have meetings tomorrow”.

As of this writing, the clip amassed 1.4 million views and 54.2K likes, with many viewers poking fun at the TikToker’s situation and sharing their remedies to remove the stubborn tattoo.

One user wrote: “Baby oil or olive oil will remove it xx”

Another said: “Anything alcohol-based, hand sanitizer, rubbing alcohol.. or you could just drink it and forget all the tattoo.”

A third commented: “Use micellar water. I have had the same problem tonight with my son.”

A fourth person joked: “looks brilliant, I’m sure the people at your meeting will see the funny side.”

In a follow-up video, Elizabeth shared that with a little micellar water she was able to remove the tattoo before her work day, however, it left her face rather red.

In addition to this, she also filmed another video – after she stuck a second tattoo on her face – so that she could test out some of the removal options viewers left under her initial video.

She listed vodka, anti-bacterial gel, tape, olive oil, and nail varnish remover as possible solutions, but started with a parcel tape, which she wrapped around her hand before patting onto her cheek. Surprisingly, the sticker came out almost perfectly.

“What the f***, shut the front door!” she said in shock. “Do you know what I don’t think I can be bothered to try the nail varnish remover, anti-bac or olive oil. I might as well drink the vodka and be done with it.”