19 year old Aoife Lovett was in severe agony and unprovoked anxiety till she found the right man for the right job.
She was rushing through the streets of Dublin for a person who could heal her scars.
She attempted a suicide, was prone to self-harming activities which had turned her beautiful outlook into an uglier one.
Aoife had been through rough patches since the onset of adolescence and had been harming herself every now and then.
Her mother was always conscious of the scary approaches her daughter adopted but didn’t have the impetus to help her out.
She was weary of the situation as inquiring into her daughter about the matter could bring further agony which could incite more violence.
Finally Aoife’s mother was able to work out a tangible solution. She wanted to help heal her physical scars by furnishing her body with the glittering tattoos.
She tried long and hard, took her daughter to find a tattoo artist who could deal with the matter.
But nobody bothered to be paid for their profession as the anxiety and recklessness on Aoife’s face spoke volumes for her adversity.
They were done and dusted and were losing all hope when they came across Ryan Kelly’s project scars behind beauty where the wounded Aoife had could have a sigh of relief.
With the healing and tempering of physical wounds the beautiful girl is now trying to adopt decent and meaningful practices in her life aimed at construction and not at self-destruction.