Melania Trump is yet to move into the White House – but she has big plans for when she does. The future First Lady will have her own 'glam room', complete with special lighting, where she will get ready for her public appearances, it has been revealed.
Melania's makeup artist Nicole Bryl shared the 46-year-old's interior design plans with Us Weekly's Stylish, confirming: "There will absolutely be a room designated for hair, makeup and wardrobe.
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Melania Trump will have her own 'glam room' for hair and makeup in the White House
"Melania wants a room with the most perfect lighting scenario, which will make our job as a creative team that much more efficient, since great lighting can make or break any look."
Even with the best lighting, Nicole – who has worked with Melania for more than a decade, and helped to "soften" her look during husband Donald Trump's presidential campaign – revealed that each makeup session takes "about one hour and 15 minutes of uninterrupted focus". She told Stylish: "If you want the look to be flawless and have it last [throughout the day], you do have to take a little extra time to make that happen."
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With Donald Trump's inauguration just days away, on 20 January, Melania's team have of course turned their attention to her inauguration look. But despite the added pressure, Nicole expects business as usual.
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"There will be a meeting with the entire creative team to discuss the look for each event for that day, as they will be several," she revealed. "Melania will absolutely let us know what she envisions for herself, since she always has such a strong and secure idea of how she likes things. It makes it that much easier for the rest of us to team together and execute her vision."
Nicole added: "I look forward to seeing what she has decided to wear. It's always a treat to be a part of her impeccable beauty creation."