"You can do this too makeover!" Identical Twins of two different Types!

Watch Anne and I help identical twins through their Dressing Your Truth process to bring out their unique beauty to express their very different identities. This “you can do this too makeover” shows how Dressing Your Truth is the makeover that lasts a lifetime- no matter how old you are. You are never too old to discover your true beauty. Start your makeover now and be your own beauty expert with our world class online Dressing Your Truth courses and online experience!

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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  • Genevieve Beck

    This was so awesome to watch! I have 8 year old identical nephews and they definitely have different personalities, but their family has always been able to point out differences in their faces. Now that I understand facial profiling, it makes complete sense!
    Melinda and Denise, you both look wonderful!

  • Kathy

    This was a great makeover for these ladies!

    I too am an identical twin.
    I know that Kristine and I noticed right away the difference in how people saw us when we were together during our first 30 days using DYT. Not only did we shine in our true nature, but people had to ask us if were were sisters! In all of our 45 years young, this had never happened. It was never a question of being sisters, it was a statement of, “You two are identical twins.”

    And yes, this makeover can be done at home. We did it! You can check us out on Carol’s Facebook page!

    • Tiffany

      I didnt’ find this on the facebook page. Where is it?

  • Carol H.

    Very moving to see the power in honoring each person’s individual essence, especially with identical twins. Gorgeous!

  • Sharon

    It’s no mystery how identical twins can be two different Types–after all, they’re two separate living beings who just happened to split a cell at conception. These beautiful makeovers really bring each woman out as a unique individual. Congratulations to them and the whole DYT team as well.

  • Ronny

    I believe that grey/blue ruffled scarf and the plan top on the type 2 twin looked fantastic!

    Wow did they look different after the makeover! It is amazing how much difference hair can make to how someone lookes and feels abotu themselves.

    Fashion and helping women dress well (and feel great in what they wear) is always something I have loved so I enjoy watching these beauty profiling videos.

  • Ruth

    AMAZING … until I “met” Kristine (T3) and Kathy (T1) on the forum I assumed identical twins were the same type! What a great example that “looks” don’t identify who we are … but it’s our nature.

    I was at my chiropractor’s the other day and the receptionist had a picture of her three yr. old twin daughters. Thinking of K3 and K1 I asked if they had identical temperaments. Their mom laughed and said their energy is sooo different. I loved hearing that at three she’s already honoring them as individuals.

    Great job, Anne and Carol!!

  • Cindy

    I have two-year-old identical twin girls, who are definitely different Types – but I have not been able to pinpoint which types they are yet! I think I get it figured out, and then one or the other will do something totally opposite of which Type I thought they were. I’m really looking forward to Carol’s book on children! I hope it sheds some light on the issue. I may post their pictures on the Beauty Profiling page and see if the ladies there can give me some insight.

    This was a fun video to watch! I especially loved Denise in the dusty blue top with the scarf. Her luminous beauty was just so present in those shots.

  • Jurate

    I’m identical twin..who still can’t choose between types(3 or 1). My sister always was more softer, gentler one and I’m the bad one..:) but at the same time we both pushy, active, talking over each other..I like things to be more perfect( even when I shopping or at home) and she doesn’t really care that much..even our husbands or friends would be totally different people..thats says alot..we are different but at the same time the same..can we be the same energy type but with different secondary energy s?any thoughts???

  • Carol Tuttle

    Hello Jurate,
    Thank you for your interest in determining your Type of beauty. Please visit for the Steps to Determine Your Type.

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