"I got my dog Snow dyed bright pink. I know that's a bit crazy, but he doesn't know he's a boy and he loves the attention."
Alin admits she is a shoe-oholic and owns more than 70 pairs of heels.
"Mum had to get someone in to build a shelf in my bedroom so I had somewhere to stack all my shoes," giggles Alin.
"And I'm really fussy about how they are stored. All of them have been sealed into individual bags and arranged so one pair faces out and the next in."
Alin is ready to meet the Geeks and hopes to be able to teach them how to be social, confident in their own skin and to feel happier about themselves, something she already has experience with as a sales assistant in men's retail.
"When I was working in men's clothes I was able to not only change their entire outfits from head to toe, but also assist them to walk out of the shop much happier and confident than when they came in," says Alin.
Alin's time in the retail industry also helped her learn another important lesson she will take into the house: never judge a book by its cover. "Working with people from all walks of life I have learnt not to judge other people on their looks," she says.
Alin's signature look includes wearing a flower in her hair, something she has been doing since she was a little girl when her mother used to pick fresh flowers and pin them in her hair.
She hopes to learn a thing or two from the Geeks about technology and cars.
"When it comes to cars, I have no idea. I even have trouble filling up petrol. Once I got to the petrol station and I couldn't even open the petrol tank so I was like, 'What do I do?' Luckily someone helped me out".
"And I don't have a clue about technology apart from my iPhone."