Gemma Horner, who is an artist who does makeup, showed the audience of the Transformation Program what makeup can do.
Amy Smith, a 23-year-old alternative model who has been covered in tattoos and piercings for the past ten years, changed so much during the transformation that her mother cried and her young son didn’t even recognize her.
Amy has a lot of tattoos and piercings, some of which are on her face.
The change made a big difference in how she looked.
Amy has a lot of tattoos, mostly on her neck and forearms.
She got her first tattoo when she was a teenager, but it wasn’t until she was 18 that she really became interested in body art.
Amy’s family and friends support her love of tattoos, but she often gets turned down or even hated because of them.
Even so, Amy is proud of her tattoos and sees them as a way to show who she is and as a form of art.
Amy saw the chance to be on the Transformation show as a chance to see how she would look if she didn’t have any tattoos.
She was very nervous as make-up artist Gemma Horner covered her tattoos and made her skin look the same color as the rest of her face.
After a few hours, Horner had not only covered up Amy’s tattoos, but also curled her red hair.
Amy was the first person to notice the change when she looked in the mirror.
A few minutes later, she went into the next room to show her mother and stepfather.
Amy’s mother and stepfather had the same reaction when they saw how she had changed: they both smiled through tears.
Amy’s mother told her she was beautiful, but Amy was surprised by the change and felt like she was looking at a stranger.
Amy said that she was even more determined to keep getting tattoos and covering her body with them because of how much she had changed.
She wants to get tattoos all over her body so that there is no bare skin left.