Personality Makeover

“I believe that one defines oneself by reinvention. To not be like your parents. To not be like your friends. To be yourself. To cut yourself out of stone.”
Henry Rollins

People are so enamoured with the idea of a makeover, anticipating a totally different look, new set of wardrobe, and a new attitude in life.

This is probably the reason why reality shows dealing with makeovers are increasing by the day. People enjoy reality series such as Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Mission Makeover, How Do I Look? and Ambush Makeover. The television has allowed us to be part of a person’s amazing transformation!

The reason why these shows become constant top raters is because a lot of people are hungry for change in their individual lives. People do not just need a makeover for their looks; they also desperately need a makeover in their lives.

A serious makeover starts with an honest assessment of how you see yourself. Apart from the visible changes, a serious makeover involves self-development. Self-development is a serious business, for it involves YOU.

You will never know the real feelings of a person by simply looking at him. You learn more about his dreams and goals when you get the chance to have an open conversation with him. From this, you will be surprised to learn that other people yearn for a better version of themselves.

For some, the word ‘makeover’ connotes fear. It is often associated with the word CHANGE. A better word for makeover would be REINVENTION.

Just like in Marketing and Advertising, reinvention is related to a product re-launch. When a product is re-launched in the market, it carries advanced and improved features of the original product. A personality makeover is a reinvention of your self, leading to an improved and a better persona!

Still having difficulty in grasping the concept of reinvention? Just think of Madonna. She keeps people’s interest by constantly changing her looks and taking on different roles as she goes on with her life. From brunette to blonde, Bad Girl, Marilyn Monroe look-alike, mother, yoga advocate, children’s book author, art collector, and so on. Who knows what’s next?

First on the agenda of this total makeover report is to get to know yourself, as well as, decide on what you want to achieve. Decide on the extent of reinvention you are willing to accomplish. Having a specific objective will keep you on track and avoid getting lost in the whole makeover process.

On this website, you will be taking a hard look at yourself - body, fears, insecurities, habits, motivations and personal philosophy. This website will guide you as you take baby steps towards personality development.

You´ll find more about things like:

Body Language


Depression and Self Esteem

Abundance or

Time management

Some people start the change process from the outside. With this, you need to decide on a look that is not only good, but comfortable as well. It should also be hassle-free in terms of maintenance.

However, a personality makeover does not only entail a simple change in make up, hairstyle, or wardrobe. What lends a “radiant glow” to the new you is the reinvention that will happen within.

Actress Sharon Stone sums it up, “I don’t believe makeup and the right hairstyle alone can make a person beautiful. The most radiant person in the room is the one full of life and experience.”