Gemma Horner, a make-up artist, showed the audience of the Transformation Program and the capabilities of the art of make-up.
During the transformation, Amy Smith, a 23-year-old alternative model who has covered her body in tattoos and piercings for the past decade, underwent such a significant change that her mother was moved to tears and her young son did not even recognize her.
Amy has many tattoos, including some on her face, as well as multiple piercings.
The transformation greatly altered her appearance.
Amy has a lot of tattoos, particularly on her forearms and neck.
She got her first tattoo as a teenager, but she really developed an interest in body art when she started working in a tattoo parlor at 18.
While Amy’s family and friends support her love of tattoos, she often faces rejection and even hatred from others.
Despite this, Amy is proud of her tattoos and sees them as a form of self-expression and art.
When the opportunity to participate in the Transformation show arose, Amy saw it as a chance to see herself as if she didn’t have any tattoos.
She was very nervous while the make-up artist, Gemma Horner, applied makeup to cover the tattoos and match her skin tone.
After a few hours, Horner not only hid the tattoos but also styled Amy’s red hair into curls.
When Amy saw herself in the mirror, she was the first to see the transformation.
A few minutes later, she went to show her mother and stepfather in the next room.
When Amy’s mother and stepfather saw her transformed appearance, they both had the same reaction, smiling through tears.
While Amy’s mother called her beautiful, Amy was surprised by the transformation and felt uncomfortable, as if she were looking at a stranger.
Despite the drastic transformation, Amy stated that she was even more determined to continue getting tattoos and covering her body with them.
She plans to eventually have tattoos all over her body without any bare skin showing.