"Whenever in your life do you really sit down with a pen and paper and say, who am I? What do I have to offer? What do I want in a person?"
Jules recommended making a video to accompany the application, but stressed it didn't have to be picture perfect or professionally done to be in with a chance of success.
"My video was just on the couch, by myself, wasn't looking too pretty - and I was just like hey, I'm a catch! Why am I single," she laughed.
Jules also admitted she went on MAFS with no expectations and did not expect to meet the love of her life on national television.
"All I thought about was myself and what I had to offer. Try to be in the moment, try to think about yourself and try not to have any expectation!" she urged.
In a sweet moment, Jules said she fell in love with former cricket pro Cam because of the way he treated her and how he stood by her side through thick and thin.
She also made a thinly veiled dig at the drama from season six, which saw major bust ups between co-stars Cyclone Cyrell Paule, Martha Kalifatidis and Ines Basic, as well as adulterous affairs involving Mick Gould, Jessika Power and intruder groom Dan Webb.
"If you're lucky enough to it through to MAFS, I highly recommend focusing on your own relationship.
"It's really difficult once your in MAFS because you're always asked what you think of someone else and what you think of their relationship, and if you're someone like myself, I get emotionally invested in things. Sometimes you take on people's problems that have nothing to do with you, and at the end of the day all that really matters is your relationship and how you treat each other."
"Be true to yourself and be 100 percent yourself! Not everyone can like everyone, but if you've gone into MAFS and been 100 percent yourself and people don't like you, that's okay!" she said.
The makeup artist finished by highlighting the importance of having a thick skin and being able to take public criticism before applying for the social experiment, admitting "it's not for the faint hearted".
"Nothing can prepare you for it. Strap yourself in and get a thick skin," she said tellingly.