Swoop, there it is.
Social media influencer Quenlin Blackwell — also known as “Queen Blackwell” — showed off a botched Botox job she said left her with “Nike swoops” for eyebrows.
“I got Botox in my forehead, and I think something happened,” she shrieked in a TikTok posted last month for her 1.5 million followers.
“Why do they look like Nike swoops?” she screeched again, bursting into nervous laughter.
The Post has contacted Blackwell, 22, for comment.
The video drew 462,000 views, with many TikTokers needling her in the comments.
“GIRL PLEASE TELL ME YOUR JOKING,” one viewer shouted.
“How are you not crying or freaking out,” another asked.
“This got to be a prank bro,” someone else hoped on her behalf.
Others thought Blackwell’s brows looked like they were “dabbing.”
“Sis brows said 🕺,” another added, as more claimed her brows seemed to be dancing.
Blackwell made a series of follow-up videos, reacting to people’s comments and answering questions — even addressing advice that she should get her Botox “dissolved.”
“You can’t just get Botox dissolved like fillers,” Blackwell argued in one video. “I’m going to be stuck like this for a minute, and I don’t want to hear about it anymore. I shouldn’t have even told y’all.”
Botox is not permanent, typically lasting up to three or four months.
But jokes last forever.
“Bros got that square root eyebrow √,” one TikToker suggested.
“The way the right one raised horizontally is killing me,” another laughed at her temporary appearance.
One fan even declared: “Those funny eyebrow expressions made me follow you!! They’re great.”
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