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Would You Believe We're Both Type 3 Grandmas?

Lillian joins me today with just the kind of story I love to hear…

Her Beauty Profiling and Dressing Your Truth journey.

She originally thought she was a soft, subtle Type 2 beauty. But once she discovered her rich, dynamic, Type 3 self, she really owned her edginess—and she looks amazing!

Better yet, she says she feels amazing and free to be who she’s always wanted to be.

I really honor and appreciate that in Lillian, especially since I relate to that experience so much myself. In fact, Lillian and I both have grandchildren and I think we’re pretty hot-looking, no matter our age! That’s just what happens when you live and dress true to yourself.

Sit down with us Type 3 grandmas to hear Lillian’s story and learn to live even more true to yourself…

Isn’t Lillian fantastic? I just love the ways she recognized her Type and owned it.

Like I said, these stories never grow old for me. Your unique experience is special and I’d love to hear it. If you haven’t yet shared your Dressing Your Truth story with me, please share in a comment!

Can you honestly say “I’m free to be me,” like Lillian can (and does)?

I want you to be able to say that, no matter your age, weight, or shape. If you don’t feel yet like you’re living as your true, most beautiful self, it’s time to start.

Learning her Type of beauty was the first step to Lillian’s transformation. And you can learn your Type of beauty for free! Click here to get the free online video course to learn your Type of beauty.


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.


Tell Us What You Think


  • Holly

    A good T3 Name…
    Anora Dawn (my oldest son thought this one up.)

    My T4 sister’s middle name Alaine (not a sound but short u)instead of Elaine

    I named my new little one Mia

    I love asking my baby what their name is… I have always gotten answers. Some very excited and some not messing around point blank this is my name. Try it!

    Hunter – both my husband and I just knew when we said it
    Jamie – he wanted a simple name (T4?)
    Liam – my name is Liam
    Samuel… what is his na… Samuel! (lots of good nick names with that) T1
    Mia – I had this name picked back with Jamie, they were close before… she was the PUSH to get her brothers here first. (I think she is a T3)

    • Holly

      sorry I just realized I listened to name your baby after I watched this Grandma post, oops

  • Amy

    I’ve been feeling like you’ve been a bit lacking on the T3 so thanks for posting Carol! So inspiring. As a T3 31 year old I am looking forward to living my truth as I age and being a hot grandma! Growing up with a T2 mom I thought that was the way a woman should be and I feel like I was held back a long time… now with a T2 husband sometimes I feel like I’m holding back for him. But I’m starting to be more aggressive at really dressing my truth and owning who I am. I think the more I become comfortable with it the more others will too. Just got a Louise Hay CD after listening to one of your radio programs and working on letting go of all the noise I’ve heard about my pushy, abrasive nature for years. Thanks for all you do!

  • Pat

    Lillian does look fantastic but… is she wearing a black leather jacket with silver?

  • http://www.beawesomemom.com Kristin

    I enjoyed this video. It made me think about how well I’m living my truth. I’m a T4 (secondary 2). I’m a 34 year-old mom. I LOVE dressing my truth. It’s been easy to embrace that part of your program. However, as I watched this video, I realized more clearly that I’m being hindered by not living my truth more completely. My perfectionism keeps me from being as structured and disciplined as I’d like to be. As you well know, being a mom is very unpredictable by nature. I tend to live more like a 2 (go with the flow, roll with the punches) rather than being as structured as I’d like to be, and I can see this isn’t serving me or my family very well. I somewhat avoid structure because the undpredictability of motherhood so often messes up the structure I strive to incorporate in my life. I think it’s good that I know how to be flexible, but I don’t feel the flexibility is currently balanced with my need for structure. Thanks for reading this–I needed to get this out! I’d of course love any advice and suggestions you may have for T4 mothers! Thank you in advance!

  • Nicki

    Lillian is my friend and is truly HOT! She always has been, however, she is now OWNING her Type 3 and is allowing herself to live the life she is meant to have. It’s fun to watch this gorgeous woman evolve!

  • Pamela

    That was fun. I have to say, though, that if I was in a ‘conversation’ where I was constantly being interrupted, I’d leave. I’m a 3/4 and I’ve only so much energy to spend and if someone’s cutting me off, I’m gone.

  • Melissa

    Lillian looks great, but it looked like she was wearing a black jacket. If it was black and it looked that good on her I bet she’s actually a 4/3. There’s no way black would look that good on a T3.

    • Pamela

      It’s a dirty brown; it looked black first glance.

  • Cindy P

    I saw Lillian’s jacket in person at a Club Night – it’s a very dark and perfectly T3 dirty-looking brown. :)