Local influencer Beatrice Bouchard posted photos of the aftermath of a sparkler accident at her birthday party on February 29.\nThe images show small burn marks across her lip and cheek, just inches from her eye.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontrealers know how to set fire to a dance floor, but sometimes that fact can get way too real. Such was the case for local influencer Beatrice Bouchard, who celebrated her 26th birthday with a party at Old Montreal's Auberge Saint-Gabriel. The '70s-inspired bash, themed "Disco Never Dies," brought out some pretty incredible period outfits among the crowd of her friends and fans. It also unfortunately led to a pretty painful accident involving sparkles.\nOn Thursday, the twin sister of famous Quebec tennis player Eugénie Bouchard published photos of some serious-looking facial wounds to her Instagram story.\nThe two pictures show several burn marks across her upper lip and left cheek, just inches from her eye.\n"ps- don't dance with sparklers," Bouchard warns her followers in one of the images.\nThe marks and, it looks like, healing balm, left her feeling "hella fre$h!!!" she wrote ironically. But, fortunately, the wounds didn't last long.\nIn her latest update, Bouchard shows that her "face is healing well."\nbeatricebouchard | Instagram\nbeatricebouchard | Instagram\nAny lasting marks are indiscernible in her subsequent Insta posts.\nbeatricebouchard | Instagram\nIt doesn't look like the accident spoiled her birthday party evening too badly, either.\nOn Instagram, she shared photos of the event, showing herself in a funky blue two-piece outfit embroidered with flowers and covered in glitter.\nView this post on Instagram Disco never dies ✌🏼💫 A post shared by Beatrice Bouchard (@beatricebouchard) on Mar 5, 2020 at 11:48am PST\nNarcity Québec contacted Beatrice for more details on the accident but has yet to receive a response.\nThis article will be updated when we receive a statement.\nView this post on Instagram 26 🦋 Hair: @hairbynolan Makeup: @makeupbyaliciat Beauty: @barbarella_mtl Outfit: @afashiondish A post shared by Beatrice Bouchard (@beatricebouchard) on Mar 2, 2020 at 5:08pm PST\nLuckily, Bouchard's sparkler experience wasn't too serious.\nBut it does serve as a lesson for Montrealers:\nIt is, indeed, possible for a party to be too lit.\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.