Perth-born, daddy's girl Mackenzie admits to being a shopaholic, wearing dresses only once and shoes just five times before replacing them.
";I'm obsessed with clothes and shoes,"; she says. ";I love myshoes. Every time I wear them I wash them, clean them and spray them.";
This gorgeous covergirl describes her style as 'classy rock chick' and hopes she'll be able to teach her geek to take pride in his appearance.
";I'm very open with what doesn't look good so I think I'm going to be good with guidance.";
The geeks might not be prepared for this glamazon who says she doesn't often feel disappointed in life.
";I tend to get everything I want so I don't usually get disappointed. Such a vain comment, but it's just the truth,"; she says.
Mackenzie admits that once boys started paying attention to her in school she focused more on relationships than her
education. Just mention English and science to her now and her body tenses.
";I can't spell, I can't think of big words – I'm socially smart but academically not.";
Like the geeks, Mackenzie is hoping for some help when it comes to the opposite sex. It's not that she can't attract guys, but that she always seems to attract the wrong sort of guys.
";I always fall for the wrong guys so I would like a geek to teach me a few things, mainly being that looks aren't the most important thing.";
While her friends say her eyes, lips and smile are her most attractive features, Mackenzie feels it's her natural personality that complements her the most. But she says sometimes being beautiful is a curse.
";Sometimes people just instantly don't like me because of what I look like. Jealousy and stuff I guess. I get hugely criticised.
";So sometimes I wish, I know this sounds weird, that just for a week or something I could look different and see how people would treat me then. And you know, I think it would be a lot different.";