Tatyana Brukhunova, the new passion of comedian Yevgeny Petrosyan, is often attacked by subscribers. A huge number of people have a desire to give advice on how to dress and paint. As a rule, Tatiana does not respond to caustic comments, but sometimes she allows herself to respond with restraint.
But recently, Brukhunova decided to break the silence and express everything she thinks about such advisers in the comments on her Instagram:
"During the quarantine period, I realized two things. First, I look like a grandmother (well, I don't have leopard leggings - sorry!). Second, not a single thing in the closet suits me."
These "bright thoughts" are actively thrown into the comments under any post (even where I am not). Recently, "experts" agreed that jeans disfigure me, and a blue shirt turns me into a ghoul."
She also lamented that subscribers who give out fashion tips, as a rule, have zero photos and newly created accounts. Because of what Tatiana thinks that this may be an artificially created hype:
"It turned out that this is done so that the media wrote something like:" … but many of Tatiana's subscribers are disappointed … "and other heresy in this vein."
"Dear experts! Thank you for creating a buzz around my profile. This gives me adequate subscribers and the joy of communicating with them."
In the comments, Brukhunova was asked if she had worn long hair before? She replied that they had to be shortened after the death of her father, which happened seven years ago, as they began to fall out very badly.
She also answered a question from subscribers about makeup. Tatiana wrote that she does not use cosmetics at all unnecessarily, she applies makeup only when the dress code requires it.
Previously, Rambler wrote that the web criticized the appearance of Rudkovskaya.