Fourteen-year-old Olivia Finnegan is spreading positivity across social media through her creative beauty looks.
The self-taught makeup artist, who posts everything from makeup free selfies to full drag looks, has over 34,000 likes on her TikTok accounts and almost 5,000 followers on Instagram.
"I want to reach as many people as I can with my makeup," she told "Good Morning America."
Makeup has been a creative outlet for Olivia to express herself, according to her mom -- especially since she was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) in 2016 and with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) just one year later.
EDS is an inherited disorder that affects the connective tissues, usually resulting in overly flexible joints and stretchy, fragile skin, according to the Mayo Clinic. Many people who have EDS also have POTS, which affects the autonomic nervous system.
The ninth grader now wears a feeding tube to make sure she is getting the right nutrients to her body, Olivia's mom, Janet Cyr, said.
While Olivia was self-conscious of her feeding tube at first, she has since learned to incorporate it into her looks.
"Especially with makeup it’s all about your face," she said. "And now I have this thing that’s just there, but after a while I just learned to work around it."
With no formal makeup training, she said she draws inspiration from friends and other artists including Jeffree Star, NikkieTutorials and RawBeautyKristi.
Living with disabilities as a teenager isn't easy, according to Cyr, who called her daughter "amazingly resilient" and said makeup has been a "lifesaver" for her.
Olivia has found a strong community online through makeup and joined a support group for makeup artists that encourage one another.
"She has people who have reached out to her who have all sorts of medical issues going on," Cyr said.
So, what's next for Olivia? She's not sure yet but said she loves English and writing and, of course, doing makeup.
"Being a professional makeup artist would be amazing," she said.