Dressing Your Truth Before and After- Trying to Be Someone She Was Not!

Michelle started her Dressing Your Truth journey after years of frustration, attempting to act and look like someone she was not. She tried to come across strong and tough hoping that it would give her more confidence.  She didn’t understand why she so readily gained weight and felt depleted so much of the time.

After discovering her Beauty Profile and that she was a Type 2 subtle, soft woman, she felt the weight of the world lift off her shoulders.  She came home to the power of her gentle and sensitive nature and her inborn intuitive gifts.  She no longer wanted to look contrary to her true nature and readily learned to Dress Her Truth.

As you can see in Michelle’s after photo, her “elegant” quality of beauty is alive and honored.  Notice the difference in Michelle’s eyes and smile and how they stand out in her after photo.  We see her first and her hair and clothes supporting her true beauty – BEAUTIFUL!

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Carol Tuttle

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, healer, and best-selling author of five books. She has dedicated her life to helping people worldwide create the lives and relationships they desire. She blogs to support you in creating your ideal life.

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  • Leslie

    What a difference! Her “before” picture is lovely, but her “after” is stunning. I can especially relate to this transformation because I’ve also battled that inner conflict between my own Type 2 (secondary 4) and the current societal ideal of the strong, go-getter superwoman. That’s what I’d always wanted to be. And that’s what I’d spent most of my life trying to be. Thanks to you, though, that conflict is pretty much over. I finally feel cool about being quiet, mellow, and sensitive. That’s how I’ve always been. That’s how I’ll always be.

    Knowing this has changed my life AND relationships. My mom and some of my closest friends are Type 3’s. Outrageous and crazy (in a good way). But, it makes so much sense now, why I’m energetically attracted to that type, and how, in spite of their *occasional* impatience with my pace :), they generally seemed to value my calmness, as well.

    To (finally) conclude, thank you for the work you do. I especially like the relationship series; you and Anne remind me so much of how my Type 3 mom and I interact (and I’m 25, too). The insight into energetic dynamics has been invaluable. I’ve dated mostly Type 4 men, for some reason, but it never seemed to quite fit. Now, I know why 🙂

    Thanks again,

  • Pamela

    Wow, this is a nice story and the pictures really resonate with her journey. She’s always been attractive, but as you say, in the 2nd photo, I see her lovely face before noticing the style lines.

    Thank you for sharing this.

  • Susan

    Love the hair color. It looks like a mahogany, is that a type 2 color. I would love to try it. I am hoping some expert will chime in here. I have gone back to an ash blonde to be true to type 2, but I’m not pleased with the color. My natural color is now a medium brown, and I was a copper brown before living my truth. The change from warm to cool is tough. It looks a little mousy and drab and I need a change within my 2 colors. Any ideas?

  • Kellie Knapp

    OOOH! Michelle…you are one HOTT T2 mama!! GO YOU!