One of my WIP is an urban fantasy set a few hundred years in the future. Global warming and war have ravaged the country, but it's under repair. Creatures of myth (vampires, werewolves, fairies) have come out of hiding and are living in locked cities, or containment zones, throughout the country. My story focuses on modernized golems and the journey my seventeen year old MC Giselle makes after being changed into one. However, I've been struggling for a long time with who Giselle is. I see her two different ways and can't decide which is better. 1) A typical girly girl: she loves shopping and makeup, isn't really outdoorsy. She's naive, very generous, and friendly. She talks a lot and asks too many questions, and wants to make the world a better place. I guess she's a lot like Cher in Clueless. 2) An adventurous tomboy: she lives in Oregon, so hiking and boating and camping are her favorite things. She loves to party and meet new people, but she's very closed off emotionally to most people. She has a large group of friends and enjoys spending time with vacationers. She doesn't like making deep connections with people. Any preference? Neither one changes the story too much. Her arch will remain about the same. Thanks!