Despite putting her love life on the backburner, Juliette has certainly had a dazzling career as a fashion editor and stylist.
The Latina beauty has worked as a fashion editor contributer at Oyster as well as a junior fashion editor at Cleo and Dolly magazines here in Australia. Not only that but she worked as a junior fashion editor and later the fashion editor at Cosmopolitan Australia.
Juliette has also worked in LA as a fashionista to the stars, styling the likes of Australian actress Phoebe Tonkin and Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent.
Talk about a star-studded resume!
“Obviously you’re scared your heart’s going to get broken and how deep you will fall in love, but the most important thing is finding whether there actually is a connection and whether there’s something to build on,” she told Ten Play.
“Or maybe you’re not going to connect, and if so… I want it to end. I’m old! I don’t want to waste my time and I don’t want to waste [Locky’s] time as well because he’s really genuine and so open to the process.
“Don’t give me a rose if we’re not vibing! I don’t have time to waste, mate. I need to have babies soon! I left it too long, I was having too much fun with God.”
The Bachelor beauty is set to be at the centre of the drama at an upcoming cocktail party when she slips Locky a secret note, much to the dismay of her fellow contestants Areeba and Kristina.
"It's intensely competitive to try to get that one-on-one time with Locky at the cocktail parties," Juliette told TV WEEK.
"So I felt compelled to do something out of the norm to grab his attention from a pure, real place."
Though she admits she didn't think she was breaking the girl code, Juliette added: " I love Areeba and Kristina, but my priority was to spend time with Locky and have a moment to reveal to him more about who I am."