WE’VE all heard the horror stories of brides hating their hair or makeup on the day of their wedding.

It is wise to test out your look some time before you walk down the aisle.

While many brides-to-be feel confident with the results of their hair and makeup trial, others leave horrified.

One woman, who goes by Cass McMillan on TikTok, shared her sister’s humorous experience with a hair trial before her big day.

Using a popular voice-over of a woman crying of laughter, Cass showed her viewers the two hair styles her sister requested in her trial.

The voice-over played: “This is what I wanted ok?”

The first inspo picture showed a smooth, blonde low ponytail with large waves.

The second one showed another beautifully crafted pony, this time with a twisting braid holding it in place.

The voice-over then said: “And this is what I got!”

Cass revealed images of her sister’s botched 'do, and it looked nothing like the others.

Her ponytail excessively protruded from her head; the curls were tight and plentiful; and there was a huge bump-it style bulge at the top of her head.

Cass couldn’t help but laugh at the mistake, and her caption read: “Thank goodness it was only a trial run… did not go back.”

Viewers were shocked at the results:

“It looks like the hair of My Little Pony,” commented one.

“It’s giving me George Washington,” chimed another.

A third commenter gave advice to other stylists out there: “Hey, if you’re a hairdresser and you can’t do something. that’s fine. Just tell your client before. Don’t be quiet about it and then ruin someone’s hair.”

TikTok has become a common ground for future brides to share their unflattering experiences with hair and makeup.

Another user, Hannah Schneider, received over 2 million views on a video that showed her wedding hair fail.

Using the same voice-over as Cass, Hannah’s video first showed her dream loose braid.

It was luscious and full, with some hairs carefully pulled out for a relaxed vibe. It hung low on the head with decorative vines intertwined throughout.

What did she actually get?

The second photo showed Hannah with a tightly wrung braid that was starkly different from the previous image. There was nothing soft about it.

Rather than have the vines look effortlessly weaved within the hair, her vines were bunched together at the top of the braid.

Unfortunately for this bride, it wasn’t a trial.

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