Talented Teen Who Had All Her Four Limbs Amputated Is Now Making Inspiring Make-up Tutorials

Remember the quadruplee amputee Isabelle Weall who was crowned national champion in a trampolining competition when she was just 14? Now she is becoming a makeup artist as well.

Isabelle lives in Derby, the United Kingdom with her parents and her two brothers and when she was seven-year-old she contracted meningitis and had all four limbs amputated, below the elbows and knees. After a rough time and weeks in the hospital, she fought back and lived, now is here to inspire many people around the world with her story and positive promotion she has towards life.

Izzy has her own YouTube channel as well…

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..and she gives make-up tutorials for the disabled

In the last makeup video, she posted she has racked more than 696.000 views and so many likes. (See it below)

 

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Izzy said: ‘No one believed that I did my own make-up, I can do eyeliner and have even used fake eyelashes before.’

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And also added: ‘It did take a while to get it right but it came with practice, and now I’m uploading videos regularly.’

 

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See some of her photos below:

 

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Izzy doesn’t stop to challenge herself

 

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She was invited into a motor race of disabled drivers

 

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And according to her father,  after intensive driver development training, Izzy will be ready for the race

 

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She also competed in the sport of trampolining!

 

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and was awarded as national champion

 

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And as Izzy’s mum, Catherine says her daughter has never considered herself ‘disabled’.

 

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Finally, Izzy hopes to inspire other amputees and all disabled people around the world, and I can truly say she is already inspiring to everybody who sees her, including me!

 

Read Izzy’s story here.

 

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Source: Itz.izz