The loving mother decided to paint her face to mimic her little daughter’s birthmark

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When this sweet girl was born, her mother, Marianna Bowering, looked at her beautiful little face and suddenly noticed that it was covered with birthmarks.

In medicine, such marks are called port-wine stains. Normally, these pink or purple marks on the skin are harmless.

Sometimes, however, they can indicate an underlying condition. Fortunately, Angelica had no health issues.

 

The loving mother decided to paint her face to mimic her little daughter's birthmark

For her family and most people, the girl was a true beauty. Occasionally, the mother of two shared photos of her daughter on social media.

She believed that the girl shouldn’t hide her face, as it was her natural appearance.

Mrs. Bowering told the Mirror that there were people who criticized the girl’s appearance and left hurtful comments.

One person even wrote that the child’s face looked burned.

The loving mother decided to paint her face to mimic her little daughter's birthmark

As little Angelica grew up, when she was five years old, her 27-year-old mother decided to paint her face. Initially, she painted a red heart on her face, but then she chose to mimic her daughter’s birthmark.

 

Marianna painted a port-wine stain like Angelica’s on her face and shared her pictures on her social media page.

With this gesture, the mother wanted to show everyone that special people should be accepted by society, regardless of their appearance.

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