Seriously?! This beauty blogger did THIS while waiting to give birth

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Ever had time to kill in the hospital but could find nothing to do?  

Well Australian beauty blogger, Mollie Makeup, has found the perfect solution – get your brows tinted while you wait.

When her planned caesarean section was delayed on Friday, makeup guru, Mollie Harwood, decided to go for a wander around the hospital and just so happened to stumble across a beauty salon (as you do).

 

What to do when you're waiting to have a c-section….  #beautytreatments #eyebrows #39weeks #imready !!!

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Since she had conveniently forgotten to have her brows tinted before she checked-in, Mollie decided to treat herself and live video stream the process for her Facebook followers.

In the video – which has since been shared thousands of times – the hair and makeup artist explains: "Of course nothing with babies ever goes to plan so I arrived here thinking that I was going in probably, I don’t know, 10.30/11 o’clock to have a caesar and no, that is not happening.”

“So I decided to go for a wander in the hospital and I found a beauty salon.”

“And one thing I forgot to do before I came into hospital was get my eyebrows tinted…so this amazing woman is tinting my eyebrows.”

The brunette from New South Wales eventually gave birth to baby Bronte on Sunday – with her brows perfectly in tact.

Now just to find this magical hospital-come-salon…

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