“If I had three wishes I’d want money, a great guy and an endless shoe collection.”
Dolly admits she didn't pay much attention at school before she dropped out in Year 10. As a ballet dancer since the age
of four, her passion just wasn't in books.
"I didn't like school. School was just in the way of dancing for me," she says. "Like, I'd be sitting in a maths class and I'd be
sewing my ballet shoes together and they'd be like, 'Do you want to do some work?' and I'm like, 'No, I'm doing this right now.'"
But she reevaluated her life when dancing didn't turn into a professional career. She now counts a career in hair and beauty therapy as her new life goal.
"Before when I was dancing I was always in sweat pants. But when I finished up my hairdressing and my beauty course I
was like, 'I am really into the colour pink now!'"
Dolly says she has an obsession with "everything make-up,everything hair", including working as a cosmetic tattooist."Oh and I love massaging and facials, nails, everything beauty related," she says enthusiastically.
Dolly knows the importance of a proper beauty regime – she says she wouldn't have a job without one.
"In life in general, I'd say being beautiful has helped me because, you know, I probably wouldn't have a job if didn't look like this. I've made money off of the way I look and that makes me want to maintain it as well."
With an extroverted personality, Dolly insists she never gets embarrassed or nervous and knows that is a trait she wants
to rub off onto the geeks. "Because they are such withdrawn people I'm making it my own personal mission just to bring out a little bit of crazy in them and make them as loud as they can be.
"They just need more pride in who they are because I know something very important to me is I own up to who I am 100
per cent. Like, I'm what you see is what you get and, you know, I don't want them to feel shy or that they have to hold anything back either."