Bimini Bon Boulash shows incredible throwback of their ‘first time doing drag’ and fans are obsessed

Matilda Davies
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Drag Race UK icon Bimini Bon Boulash is warming hearts on Twitter with a throwback to their first time doing drag makeup.

Bimini has been a professional drag artist since 2019 and to say her makeup has improved would be… an understatement.

Sharing a photo of their “first time doing my drag makeup myself”, they joked: “It gets a bit better kids.”

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Fans were, obviously, obsessed. Many responded to the tweet posting photos of their own first time doing drag makeup.

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One of the respondents was RuPaul’s Drag Race finalist and host of Canada’s Drag Race, Brooke Lynn Hytes. She later posted the photo on her Twitter with an updated photo for comparison, because who doesn’t love a drag glow-up?

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Brooke’ Lynns tweet didn’t quite get the wholesome responses Bimini received.

Season six winner Bianca Del Rio said: “I see NO difference.”

Season 13 contestant Kahmora Hall also chimed in: “Soot Lynn Hytes.”

Other fans called the ‘before’ picture “my sleep paralysis demon” and the girl who “definitely wants to know if I have lines on me”.

Like Brooke Lynn, Bimini has gone from strength to strength since making it to the finale of Drag Race. In their own words: “Get a pillow for these girls ’cause they sleep on me.”

She has recently signed with a major modelling agency, announced the release of a new book and will headline the Glitterbomb in the Park festival this summer.

She has also been teasing the release of new music, revealing this week: “I’m Bimini Bon Boulash and I’m here to save pop music.”

Discussing the new music video, she wrote: “I’m not even trying to gas it up but my music video is really about to be that b***h. The queer creative team I have on board is next level. So excited to shoot it next week!!”

This will be her first music release since the wildly popular “UK Hun?” with the United Kingdolls.

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