The tomboy hated applying powder or cream, loved T-shirts &Jeans and sneakers, and the family thought it was a pity that she was a complete contrast to her picture-perfect pretty mumma.

Today, when colleagues at work and friends rave about her eye-make up (which is simply applying the eye-pencil in different colours to go with the dresses), even demanding she take a crash course for them having perfected the art; and praise her dressing style (comprising mainly of dresses & skirts) – the hidden tomboy in her wants to call out to her mumma and tell her that her daughter has finally mastered the style that mumma had secretly prayed for!