Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Beauties Take Pride in Being Well Groomed, Feeling Great; Big Smile Goes a Long Way

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Beauties Take Pride in Being Well Groomed, Feeling Great; Big Smile Goes a Long Way

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Byline: Stuart Cumming stuart.cumming @thechronicle.com.au

BEAUTY therapist Jayne Buckley certainly knows what it takes to make people look their best.

But she was quite surprised to be told she had been nominated as one of Toowoomba's most beautiful people.

The Chronicle ran an article on Saturday, September 5, featuring six people considered to be the city's most attractive.

It started a flurry of responses, so we contacted three of the nominees to get their thoughts on themselves and what beauty meant to them.

Mrs Buckley is in her 50s and takes great pride in her personal appearance.

On a professional level she teaches clients how to look after their skin and how to apply make-up.

"I do take my own advice on how to look after skin," Mrs Buckley said.

"Being well groomed, well presented with a nice touch of make-up and having a gentle nature go a long way towards looking beautiful."

University of Southern Queensland Professor of Accounting Julie Cotter, 48, said she was flattered to be nominated. …

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