That was just mean. She was probably only seven or eight years old, and you just made up rubbish. Everything that Neb-Ma'at Re said was made up. Please do not present that for your report. . . although I expect it's too late now! Allow me. . . or allow my stolen text from a kids' website:
Unlike most of the people of the ancient Mediterranean, the Egyptians did not wear just one or two big pieces of cloth wrapped around themselves in various ways. Instead, both men and women in Egypt wore tunics which were sewn to fit them. These tunics were like a long T-shirt which reached to the knees (for men) or to the ankles (for women). They were usually made of linen and were nearly always white. Most Egyptians, both men and women, do not seem to have covered their heads with any kind of cloth. They often went barefoot, but sometimes they wore leather sandals.
Men who were working outside usually wore short skirts instead of tunics, which may have been made as in Western Asia by winding a piece of cloth around your waist and legs. Both men and women wore blue and green eyeshadow and black kohl
eyeliner, when they were dressed up fancy. Men wore their hair short, and had no beards or mustaches, while women wore their hair down to their shoulders. Both men and women wore gold jewelry if they could afford to.
You can find some pictures of Nefertit and her clothing HERE