Oily, shiny legs - or?

Oily, shiny legs - or?
Oily, shiny legs - or? When you see what the picture actually shows, there is no turning back.

The image was posted on Instagram a few days ago.

Users of Instagram who saw the picture were immediately confused.

Or as they say:

- I thought the thighs were just very shiny, and then I just - hah ???

Many have reposted the same optical illusion.

- Why are these legs shining like that? writes one user.

But as a twitter user points out "Once you realize that the legs aren't shiny & it's just paint.. you can never see the shiny legs ever again smh."

On social media the fascination is great at first sight, and so is the frustration of that illusion is not reversible. Sorry.

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