Hands up if you’ve attempted to cut your hair while we’re stuck in lockdown?
Many of us are sporting a wonky fringe or awkward pudding-bowl hairstyle after getting desperate while hairdressers are unable to work.
Arguably it’s easier to dodge photos during the awkward regrowth stage at the moment – as we can just pretend our camera doesn’t work when Zoom calls are required.
TikTok star Emma Kearney, 20, has more than 500,000 followers on the platforms.
The salon owner from Newry, Co Down, regularly leaves people roaring with laughter at her hilarious videos.
And her latest – where she cut her fringe in – was no exception.
Emma, who also has 109,000 followers on Instagram, started by combing her long fringe.
She adds: “I think I got to mention I only have craft scissors,” before breaking down laughing.
The 20-year-old then slowly trims her fringe so it is just below the nose.
While we think it looks fantastic, Emma wasn’t so sure.
She whispers: “Oh my god, I didn’t think this through” before beginning to laugh again.
She continues: “I cut them a wee bit too short. I look like f****** hillbilly Sandra from the south,” before adding: “I’m still a f****** bad b**** though.”
In a second video, Emma was left in stitches after sharing comparisons of who she looks like with her new haircut.
She said: “The video has blew up, I’m buzzing about that.
“I”ve put a roller in and you know, everyone f*** off, I’m loving it,” before laughing.
Emma continues: “That is a bit of me.”
But she left her followers roaring with laughter after sharing some rather unique comparisons.
The hilarious video racked up 13,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
One viewer joked: “The last one had me gone.”
Another said: “The last picture is nuts, your missing twin maybe?”
A third joked: “I’m sorry, all I can see is Worzel Gummidge.”
Emma previously spoke to Belfast Live about her massive following on TikTok.
She said: “I don’t feel like I actually have half a million followers on TikTok.
“It hasn’t really absorbed in my brain what it is or what it means.
“It really hasn’t hit me. I feel numb towards it but I think one day it’ll hit me and I’ll be like right we’re in the middle of something here.
“I am so grateful for it and I am so happy I can be myself doing it.
“My family absolutely love the fame on TikTok, especially my mum and dad, they love getting recognised in public and love doing the videos.
“They’re always pushing me on to do more videos and helping me with the ideas.
“They all love it and my siblings just can’t get over it.”