Woman tattooed against her will receives life-changing makeover

At 21, Taylor White got a tattoo on her face without agreeing to it, and she had to cover it with dark, black ink.

Yet, a generous stranger’s action turned things around for her.

Taylor, who is from Florida, shared a story about how her ex-boyfriend treated her badly. On her 21st birthday, she was out having fun when something really bad happened, but she can’t remember all the details. The next morning, she woke up in a hotel feeling hurt and upset, and when she saw herself in the mirror, she found scary tattoos on her face.

Taylor tried to cover up the tattoos with makeup, but it didn’t work. Her boss saw the tattoos showing through the makeup, making her realize she couldn’t keep going on like this.

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Her boss kindly said to her, “You can’t keep living like this,” and generously offered to help cover up the tattoos with blackout ink, giving her a shot at a “regular life.” In 2008, Taylor agreed to the process, but even so, she still struggled to find a job because of her facial tattoos.

Suddenly, something amazing happened when a TikTok user named TheDadBot found Taylor’s livestream. TheDadBot was interested in her story and videos about dealing with bipolar disorder, so he decided to assist Taylor.

During an interview, TheDadBot, also known as Karridy, shared how much he related to Taylor’s struggles and how they held her back. He wanted to help, so he offered to pay for Taylor’s tattoo removal and contacted different clinics to help her get the laser surgery.

Surprisingly, a company called Removery that removes tattoos with lasers said they would do it for free, even though it usually costs a lot of money.

Carmen VanderHeiden Brodie, who is the VP of Clinical Operations at Removery, said that it might take Taylor up to two years to get rid of her tattoo completely. But when Taylor had her first session, she was smiling and seemed really hopeful about the future.

Taylor isn’t letting the long tattoo removal process stop them from dreaming big! They want to work in mental health care after the tattoo is gone. Taylor, who is 37, explained, “I’m not getting rid of it just to look better. This is about letting go of a part of me that no longer fits who I am.”

Taylor’s amazing transformation of removing those facial tattoos is truly incredible. It wasn’t just about looking better, but also about leaving behind a difficult part of her past and looking towards the future.

Her story is a touching example that shows how important it is to treat everyone with kindness and compassion, just like Taylor did.

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