Mum found on street looks completely different after ‘beautiful’ transformation

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A mum who was found on the street with her two kids looked completely different after undergoing a glam transformation.

Mother-of-two Jasmine Turkson was found on the street at McCarthy Hills in Accra, Ghana with her sons.

She underwent a complete makeover, which was carried out by local charity, the De-Graft Johnson Foundation.

Jasmine was on the street because she was unable to provide shelter for her children.

As well as the makeover, the charity donated an undisclosed sum to the mother and gave her a place that she could call home.

The charity shared photos of the mum's makeover on its Facebook page alongside a statement.

This read: "A transformation of Jasmine Turkson, a lady we found on the streets of Mccarthy Hills in Accra.

"De-Graft Johnson Show listened to her and decided to give her a total makeover, some money for her upkeep, and a place later she can call home."

The charity also appealed to the public to join them in their fight as they offer hope to the most vulnerable and afflicted in the world by donating to the foundation through its momo cash account.

The Facebook post touch many of the charity's social media fans as they left comments about the makeover.

One wrote: "God bless u for putting smile on their faces."

While another simply exclaimed: "Wow."

A third chimed in: "Such a beautiful lady."

The De-Graft Johnson Foundation is a charitable organisation based in Ghana that seeks to improve the health and welfare of the disadvantaged in society.

As well as it's Facebook page, you can also follow the charity on Instagram.

Another woman who transformed herself has also hit headlines this week.

Bethany Moore, from Heathfield, has spent £20,000 on inking her entire body – and she plans on getting more.

The stunner says she was always intrigued by ink but didn't consider getting her first body art until she was 18.

Her first inking was of a wolf on the side of her ribcage – inspired by her childhood dog Turbo's howling.

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From there, the 26-year-old barber has gone on to have countless sessions on the chair covering almost every inch of her body.

In total, Bethany has spent an eye-watering 120 hours tattooing her body into a work of art.

However, despite feeling empowered by her look, Bethany has faced criticism from those who "don't agree with it".

Online trolls have told Bethany that she's "self-harming" as a result of her tattoo obsession.

Bt she says she's gained a lot of confidence from her body art, and said her tattoos have even given her motivation to get fit.

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