A WOMAN who is trolled by some people over her acne is praised by others for making them feel better about their own bad skin.

Make-up fan Grace regularly shares videos on her TikTok page of her incredible transformations, but often faces cruel comments from trolls due to her acne.

"Your skin is so bad," someone wrote on one of Grace's previous videos.

But Grace insisted she "doesn't care" about such comments, and showed once again how good she is at doing her face as she went from make-up free to made up and flawless.

And for every cruel comment there was another complimentary one, with many people praising Grace for normalising influencers with bad skin.

"You make me feel confident about my acne thank you!!!!" one person commented.

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"Your skin isn’t bad. your skin is natural and your gorgeous!!!" another added.

"You look amazing with and without makeup," a third wrote.

Another person added: "You’re so stunning it’s not bad at all. People need to understand ITS NOT OUR FAULT."

And someone else commented: "So happy I’ve found your account!!! You’ve helped me so much."

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"This makes my day, thank you!!" Grace replied.

While another wrote: "I love your videos! You’re so so helpful and I love how you always tell us what you us."

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In another video explaining how to avoid make-up looking cakey, Grace cited Juvia's Place I Am Magic Concealer as her current favourite concealer.

And she also used Primark's Bobbi Brown primer dupe to get her skin ready before applying her make-up.

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