The woman, who remains anonymous, was on march 10, stopped by the security staff in a metro station in Guangzhou. She wore at that moment, the dark lipstick and eyeshadow. The heavy make-up was a thorn in the eye of the manager of the station, who said that the “terrible” looked like. If the woman wanted to travel with the metro, then she would already have her makeup to remove, she said. the
The woman described her experience afterwards in a message on Weibo, the most popular social network in China. “As a Chinese citizen, I hope this public platform to use to get the authorities to cope: which law gives you the right to me and my time-wasting?”
In her message, she adds have photos of her formatted the eyes and lips. It is not clear whether her make-up effectively has removed to travel further.