A Mask of Disguises: Her Wigs, Hair Piece, False Eyelashes and Makeup, When in the Middle 60s and part of the 70s in London England . She Became a Chameleon So She Could Fit In and She Didn't Realize that's What She was Doing and Became Very Good By Putting on a Front Becoming Someone Else.
Her mother and Twin Sister
Her mom was quite a lady, pretty and petite, born before her time and born in 1919. She loved fashion even though she didn't have very much money she always dressed impeccably. She was told by her mother; you don't have to have a lot of money to be presentable, as long as you have a well pressed black skirt and two cleaned ironed white blouses. Being a identical twin, they got a lot of attention seeing that there were not many of them back then and they did dress alike. Copyright
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How she looks was very important to her because this is how she learned to fit in and to be accepted. Even though she felt she was ugly, defective and from another planet, if she didn't hide behind her mask of disguises. Her looks got her a lot of attention and started modelling in the late swinging 60s and early 70s in London. She was blessed with high cheek bones, porcelain skin and her idol was a blonde sex symbol very famous back then. She had the same eyes, smile and pouty lips like hers and thought she was the most gorgeous exotic woman in the world. She wanted to be like her, but not knowing who she really was, not being able to read.
Having this syndrome she was clueless and trusting. She just loved this actress' persona, her makeup. her bohemian fashion and style that she liked to copy. She was, sensual, beautiful and different from any other actresses she had ever seen. She was authentic, she wasn't acting she was being herself. This is what she was picking up on and wishing she could be like her; but she couldn't and there was a reason for this.
She could have gone down the wrong path being in the modelling industry but her destiny was mapped out for her and God had other plans for this young autistic girl and protected her by making her this way. Having a mother who taught her daughter she was significant, also to stand up for what she believed in. To treat others the way she wanted to be treated, and no one was better than her and she was no better than anyone else.