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Caroline was nervous about making radical changes, but she was excited about a new image. Layers can add more texture, volume and movement. A good idea is to try going a shade darker or a shade lighter than your natural hair colour for extra sheer and healthiness. The correct foundation was applied to even out her overall skin tone – if you have a red pigment to your skin, the next time you purchase foundation ask for a foundation with a blue pigment in it. The pigment conceals the rosiness of the skin and visually “cools” your skin down. Avoid blusher if you blush easily or get hot very quickly. A natural, red or brown lip shade works beautifully with brown eye shadow

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"I am now ready to take on the world and try anything new. ~ Caroline

Skin Tone: Medium
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CREDITS: Makeover by Chata Romano Hairdresser Diane Carrick from Barbarella Hair using Wella Hair Stylist Carl Isaacs using products from TRESemmé Makeup Artist Lara Whitehead using products from Revlon Clothing from Truworths Accessories from Woolworths


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