your very pretty the way you are and personally i wouldnt change. but if you want to look like the girl in the pic then heres how:
there are two ways you can get eyes like the womans in the picture:
you can use either a liquid liner or try the makeup artist's trick and use an angled eyeshadow brush dipped in a deep-hued eyeshadow. skip the pencil for this look. holding the skin of your upper lid taut, apply the liquid liner from the middle of the eye to the outside corner of the eye. draw a second line from the inside corner of your eye, letting the two lines meet. the outer edge of the line should be thicker than the inside. if you have close-set eyes, avoid taking the line all the way to the inside corner.
if you want a softer version: holding the skin of your upper lid taut, apply eyeliner from the inside corner of the eye outward. draw strokes into the lash line. the middle of the line should be a bit thicker than the edges. use a cotton swab (or your finger, if you're lazy like me) to "smudge" the liner. dab an eyeshadow brush into a deep-hued eyeshadow and apply over the eyeliner to set the line. (blow on the brush first to remove any excess shadow). layering liner with a shadow is the secret to this look. blend shadow well, then follow with eyeshadow. colour should diffuse from rich and dark near the lashes to almost sheer as it extends to the crease.
well to get hair like the womans in the picture, you will need to bleach your hair. i would really reccomend getting it done proffesionally as it is much safer. however if you want to do it yourself at home then this is how to do it:
first you need to prepare the mixture. generally instructions are written on the kit. read them carefully. to prepare the mixture start with adding little hydrogen peroxide (provided in the kit) to the powder bleach. stir it well. then add some more peroxide. make sure that you do not add lot of it. this little by little mixing is essential for good result. make sure that it is neither too runny nor too thick. tightly close the bleach powder after use. it should not come in contact with air or else it will become less influential.
then you need to apply the bleach. first prepare yourself for the bleaching. wear your plastic gloves and tie a towel on your neck that you don't mind ruining. now you are all set for the bleaching. take the supplied brush in your hand. dip it in the solution and then start from the back of your head. then from the back of the head move the brush to the top. with the help of the brush evenly distribute the mixture. work as quickly as possible so that you can distribute it evenly on your head before it gets tougher. once you have applied the solution put on the plastic cap on your head.
do make sure that you keep the solution on your head for appropriate time. keeping it for a short time won't give you result and keeping it for more than required time will burn your hair and may result into breakage and hair loss. after you rinse all the bleach off your hair use a mild shampoo to ensure that no chemicals are left on hair. after the bleaching process moisturizing hair is must since bleaching dries hair. if you are not satisfied by the bleaching result do not re- bleach the hair same day. wait for at least 2-3 days or take help from experts.
to style your hair like hers when it comes to blow-drying, pull small sections of your hair away from your head and use a diffuser to aim the heat directly at the roots. blow-drying your hair using hot air before giving each section a cold blast to set the body and hold the style. doing this will help lift your hair from the roots, giving you a fuller look overall. using extra-large rollers is a great way to create volume.
work from the top to bottom of your head in sections and rolling your hair under in the direction you want the style to go, ensuring that the rollers fit snugly against your scalp for maximum body. then spritz hair with spray (charles worthington does a great one) and blow-dry. once cooled, remove the rollers and style hair to achieve your desired look.
another way to get the bouncing, volumised style you want is to have your stylist cut some layers into your hair, as even subtle layering makes hair look fuller and easier to work with.
hope this helps