Rosie Skitt (pictured) was attacked and left with horrific facial injuries
A 25-year-old was left scarred for life when she was glassed by a woman because she smiled at her.
Rosie Skitt was attacked by 20-year-old Charlotte Green who accused the victim of looking at her in a 'sarcastic way'.
But Rosie said she recognised her attacker from her sister's football team when they were younger, and that she smiled across the bar 'to say hello'.
A court heard that Green then confronted sales administrator Rosie, asking 'do you have a problem with me?' before striking out with the wine glass.
Rosie, who needs further operations on her face, faced her attacked in court and told the hearing how she still suffers flashbacks and has to wear special camouflage make-up to try to conceal her scars.
She said: 'It has had a profound impact upon me and my whole family. I have suffered life-changing injuries which will affect me life-long and I relive that day every day in my head.
'My scars on my face are a permanent daily reminder. I have permanent nerve damage to my face, facial twitching and loss of feeling. I am currently awaiting further surgery.'
The court heard Rosie was having after-work drinks in The Chantrey pub, in Sheffield, when Green glassed her leaving her 'cheek hanging off' and shards of glass narrowly avoiding her eye.
Rosie told Sheffield Crown Court she had not realised the extent of the damage until she touched her face.
While Green, who admitted grievous bodily harm, was jailed for 18 months, Rosie said she was still waiting for an explanation for the glassing.
The court heard Rosie (pictured in hospital,