My Mainstream 'Makeover' - What Will My Husband Think? | TRANSFORMED

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MICKY loves the attention her head-turning style attracts, and her work as an alternative model proves plenty of other people love it too. Her signature style is a brightly coloured mullet with matching shadow and liner around the eyes, as well as facial piercings and black tees for dress down days, or vests with a slot of straps, and less material, on dress up days, to show off her many tattoos.

She got her first tattoo when she was 16 or 17 (she can’t remember which; either way she was under the legal age to get a tattoo in Australia without parental consent) and hid it from her mum for six months. Since then Micky has learnt to tattoo and throughout 2020 she has improved on her tattooing with her ‘practice leg’ she uses for her own designs. Micky plans to eventually be more covered and says that with each tattoo she gets, Micky feels more herself.

Standing out means Micky is used to people staring at her and has had to deal with judgemental comments and assumptions about her because of her appearance. Ultimately though she enjoys people looking at her: She told Truly: “I like it when people look at me. Little kids come and tell me they love my hair. I like to stand out”. Her husband Phil certainly noticed Micky, (the couple met on Instagram and enjoyed a whirlwind romance despite living in different continents) and also loves Micky’s alternative looks - so what will he make of seeing his alternative model wife go mainstream for the day?
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