80-Year-Old Grandma’s Makeup Transformation Goes Viral

She is the ultimate 'Glam-Ma'.

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Livia Maluc [image source: Instagram]

Sorry, Kim Kardashian. Step aside this time.

Introducing Glam-Ma
Livia Mulac, known as ‘contouring grandma’, is an 80 year old grandmother who is breaking the internet after her granddaughter makeup artist, Tea Flego, shared a video of her jaw-dropping makeup transformation. The grandma only said: “Holy crap!” after seeing herself after the makeover.

Photos of Livia’s look have gone viral on Felgo’s Instagram page, with many fans sharing the same thought, “she is slaying the makeup game!”

“Wrinkles and age are no big deal to her.” She still does her makeup to this day. She started by drawing on her eyebrows and defining her lips. The transformation was so good that it has already earned Livia the nickname ‘Glam-Ma’.

Queen of the Nursing Home
“She’s become a mascot in the nursing home – her friends call her a star,” Flego added. “But [Livia] says, ‘Why wouldn’t I go to the nursing home ball with full makeup and look 30 years younger?”

The Daily Mail reported the grandmother, Livia, loves makeup.

What was Mulac’s favorite part of her makeover?
“Blurring her wrinkles is her favorite part.” Flego replied. “You look unbelievable, you go girl keep it up,” one viewer commented.

Apparently, Grandma is also flattered by all the attention she’s getting. “Everyday I tell her where she was published and she can’t believe it.”

See the full transformation here:

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Eros Liu is a Melbourne-based writer, sucker for fashion, pop culture fanatic, and strawberry milkshake enthusiast. He is also an occasional coat hanger. Currently studying a Master of Commerce at RMIT University, specialising in marketing, Eros is working at CrowdInk. For a while, he worked as a fashion freelancer for Target magazine/RAMP magazine in Shanghai. He’s also had the pleasure of working for ELLE magazine Hong Kong as a personal assistant and then he accidentally splashed two flat whites on the beautiful marble table on his first day. It was all very The Devil Wears Prada.