A woman born without arms has become an online sensation with her impressive makeup tutorials - defying those who told her she was too ugly.
Buntida Chinnawong, 20, was bullied as a child due to a congenital disease that left her with only tiny stumps at her shoulders, short legs and twisted hips.
Like many teenage girls, she started to use makeup but was limited by her ability to apply it carefully like the others.
Determined Buntida did not want to rely on people helping her - so she learned how to pick up the blusher and eye liner with her feet, holding the items between her toes.
Buntida, whose nickname is Fai, then practiced every day until she could apply it to her face with all of the skill of an experienced makeup artist.
The disabled girl was told she was too ugly to be a beauty vlogger - but started live streaming her makeup tutorials on social media, where she now has more than 225,000 followers.
She said: ''I looked online for makeup tutorial videos. I watched beauty product reviews and I wanted to make them, too.
''At first, I started drawing my eyebrows with my left foot. I did not know about the best angles at that time and it was like my body was not well-balanced.
"My very first eyebrows ended up with odd lines and styles, so I tried my best to practice doing makeup every single day. Even on weekends, I kept practicing until my skills were improved.''
Buntida went to a secondary school for disabled children called and is now studying Communication Arts at Durakit Bundit University in Bangkok, Thailand, where she is following her dream of being a makeup artist to the stars.
She posted her first makeup tutorial video in 2015 and now has more than on Instagram and 215,000 fans on Facebook and 11,000 on Instagram, who follow her tutorials and reviews.
The vlogger uses a wheelchair to get around but can use her feet for every day tasks, including applying makeup, which she loves the most.
Despite Buntida's inspiring story - which has lead to her appearing on TV in Thailand - some cruel celebrities have said there is no chance of her being makeup artist as the stars would not want her feet near their face. In Thailand, feet are considered the lowest part of the body and pointing them at people is viewed as rude and offensive.
Buntida said: "Someone once said to me, I cannot be a beauty vlogger because of my condition. I was really down but I did not give up. I rose up and recorded my beauty videos.
''Even on TV someone said 'I understand that you do not have arms, but would it really be OK to use your feet on the face of a superstar?'.
''Some people wanted me to do makeup for them but there were also negative opinions.
"It's not about the appearance, it's about the talent inside. I want to encourage everyone to follow your dreams and believe that we be outstanding.''