I love my rare skin condition – I wipe off my make-up to match my body and people say it's gorgeous | The Sun

AN ARTIST with vitiligo has shared the finishing step of her make-up which she does to match her face with her arms.

Amara uses a wipe to erase a section of her foundation and create a white patch.

According to the NHS, vitiligo is a long term condition caused by a lack of melanin, a pigment in the skin, and can affect anywhere from the feet to the scalp.

The main symptom is flat, white spots or patches on your skin – which Amara decorates with make-up to accentuate. 

When she gets dolled up, the artist uses a wipe to reveal a white spot on her cheek and in some cases will paint around it.

The 29-year-old explained: “My make-up isn’t done until I do this.

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“I usually outline it to match my arms.”

Fellow make-up fans love the idea and have dubbed Amara “gorgeous” after she shared the final step of her beauty routine on Tik Tok.

One beamed: “I’m so glad you dont hide your vitiligo!

“I think it makes you look even more gorgeous!”

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A second echoed: “People with vitiligo are so beautiful. 

“Literal art in human form.”

Amara creates art with her vitiligo by painting around the patches with bright colours and elaborate designs. 

She posts under the brand Amara ArtSpots on social media. 

In a Tik Tok video, she explained: “The reason I do ArtSpots now is mostly just for fun.

“I like how it looks.

“I started doing it because I felt insecure about my skin and it made me feel a little better about it.

“I just do it literally when I feel like it.”

The artist will also match her body paint to her outfits.

Similarly, supermodel Winnie Harlow developed the skin condition at four-years-old and was the first person with vitiligo to walk the runway at a Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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Non-segmental vitiligo, the most common version of the condition, is thought to be an autoimmune condition, says the NHS.

This means that your immune system – the body’s natural defence system – does not work properly.

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