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Alicia - or Princess Glitterhead, as she's known on TikTok - is a mum-of-four who now wears dentures, having experienced tooth decay during pregnancy.
Now, the 36-year-old proudly shows them off to her 1.4 million followers, defying trolls who mock her appearance and criticise her transformations.
In a video celebrating reaching the one million followers mark, Alicia detailed how she pulls off the remarkable makeovers.
After a shower, she blow dries her hair, puts on her wig and does her makeup. The process involves all sort of tackle, including an eyebrow pencil, primer, foundation, false lashes and setting spray.
And the result is there for all to see.
Commenting on the video - which has been viewed more than 20 million times - Alicia said: "I'm a happily married of 15 years mom with four kids and I wear makeup for ME.
"I'm also a makeup artists with the same rights as everyone else to wear it.
"If what I do bothers you then cancel all of Hollywood."
Explaining how she ended up losing her teeth in a video shared in April, she said: "For anyone that doesn't know my story I'm going to try to very quickly tell you why I got dentures at an early age.
"I am 36 right now, I had no cavities, my whole childhood up until I was 18 or 19. Nothing, I had sealant caps put on my natural teeth because they had never had a cavity.
"I got married when I was 20. We had our first baby when we were 21 my eye teeth broke out during that pregnancy and it was the first time that I started having like really bad dental problems.
"You couldn't see it on the outside. You could see it when the tooth would fall out, and you'd look inside it and there was nothing left in there, like the baby just took everything out of me."
She continued: "So when I was 24 I had my second daughter and after that pregnancy I decided to invest $10,000 (£7,193) into saving my top teeth, and I did a full restoration.
"I went to the dentist every single week for a whole year, got two three-piece cemented bridges, all my uppers rekindled and crowned, with another metal partial.
"After nine years one of those bridges abscessed, the whole thing had to come out, and I was ready for dentures. So I got snap ins."
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