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If you can talk the talk you must also walk to walk. This was our motto when we chatted to Michelle about the overall image she wanted to project – confident and professional were the two key words. Step one was hair, then makeup, then clothing. Soft, curly styles really work if you have a flat or small nose and you want to make it look fuller. Avoid close cropped styles if you have a long nose – choose layered lengths, and styles cut towards and into your face – this will make your nose look smaller, especially from the side. Please don’t wear a long skirt if you have great legs and if you insist on wearing a long skirt make sure it is shaped, not boxy.

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"I discovered that the perfect person is only ever an illusion. I now value myself – how incredibly empowering!" ~ Michelle

Skin Tone: Medium
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CREDITS: Makeover by Chata Romano Hairdresser Paul Jackson Hair Stylist Carl Isaacs using products from TRESemmé Makeup Artist Fabienne Zadel using products from Revlon Clothing from Truworths Accessories from Woolworths


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