Kaitlyn Dobrow, a 21-year-old beauty blogger from California, lost all four of her limbs after being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis when she was just 19 years old.
But that hasn't stopped her creating inspirational tutorials, where she applies make-up with a prosthetic arm.
Kaitlyn's tutorials have clearly struck a chord with viewers, as she's has since become a social media star with over 71,000 followers on Instagram.
Her posts are filled with users praising Kaitlyn not only for her make-up skills but positive attitude and for raising awareness of life as an amputee.
I feel like I haven't done a regular makeup tutorial in forever ð–•ð–•ð‘ #likewhy #thefuhhman I'm editing my "what happened to me, why I have no arms & legs video" at the somewhat moment. I've had to take a break from editing for a couple days SO "my story" video will be out later than expected, BUT im super stoked to FINALLY do a regular makeup tutorial after the my story vidð¤ #YAZZ Products on meh face ð‘ð‘ (this is an old look so if you're interested in getting this look it's already up on my YouTube channel ð link in bio!! ðð‘it's called "Red lips & winged liner") EYES: Stila all day waterproof liquid eyeliner- Jet black Benefit they're real mascara- Jet black LIPS: Dior- 'Diorific' in I think fabuleuse ð’
One person said: 'You are such a beautiful strong girl keep inspiring the world you are amazing'.
Another added: 'I love the way you are such an inspiration for everyone. You are beautiful and strong inside out!'
In addition to her tutorials, Kaitlyn also shares stories about her every day life, and what it's like to live as an amputee.
My "what happened to me, why I have no arms & legs" video is NOW LIVE ON MY CHANNEL YOU GUYS!!! #YAY!!! LINK IN BIO! Go check it out to see what did this ð‘ to me!!! #youtube #storytime #YASS I also gave you guys a couple background stories about me ð CHECK IT OUT YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!!! like.now. NOW LOLOLOLOLOLOL ðððâ¤ï¸ï¸ð’ð’
In her most recent video, she explained how she lost her arms and legs. After starting with a headache one night, but assuming it was nothing serious and going to work the next day, Kaitlyn's condition began to worsen very quickly.
In her video Kaitlyn said: 'Three hours later, from being able to walk to my bathroom, to walk back to my room, I could not stand at all. I could not even sit up. My body was just dying from the inside out.'
After going to hospital, her skin started to boil at which point she lost 57 per cent of her skin. She added that her hands turned black as the bacterial meningitis developed into sepsis, which cut off the circulation to her limbs.
But Kaitlyn has turned her traumatic experience into something very positive, and it's amazing that she's showing people that being an amputee shouldn't hold you back!