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“It’s a horrible environment”: MAFS’ Domenica Calarco reveals how her school years have shaped who she is today

''I know for me going to an all girls school was fricken intense.''
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Married At First Sight star Domenica Calarco has gotten candid on her teenage years, admitting attending an all girls school was “a horrible environment.”

On Domenica and Ella Ding’s latest Sit With Us podcast episode, the makeup artist reminisced on how her high schooling years shaped who she is today.

“I know for me going to an all girls school was fricken intense. I would never do that to my children. It’s a horrible environment.”

Domenica Calarco took her fans on a trip down memory lane to her teenage years.

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“Schooling and those schooling years are so fundamental to the person you become. It can set you up for life in a good or a bad way,” she said.

Domenica revealed that she didn’t dabble in parting and drugs in her teenage years.

“I didn’t have boyfriends, I had crushes on guys but it was never part of my life. The partying, the drugs and everything else – never. I remember I had my first Corona [beer] when I was 16 and I thought, ‘f–k this is awesome’,” the season nine MAFS bride said.

“Schooling and those schooling years are so fundamental to the person you become.”

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“In hindsight I wish I was a bit crazier and experienced certain things and experimented, but I’m doing that now. I think that’s the beauty of growing into yourself and figuring out who you are.”

Domenica also took her fans on a trip down memory lane to her teenage years.

Domenica shared a series of photos on Instagram, showing her school photos taken in year six and year eight.

“Lip gloss gal from year 6,” Domenica captioned the first snap, which showed her looking fresh-faced as she posed for her school picture.

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The 29-year-old then shared a photo from year eight, showing off her signature tooth gap.

“Never getting rid of the gap,” she captioned the snap, adding: “Who had this headband?!” referring to a bowtie headband that was made hugely popular by Supre in the mid-2000s.

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