Makeover: My Hair Looks Bad Long but Worse Short

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Mary is soft and romantic, but with a small head in relation to her body, she needs more volume and fullness. With very fine, flat hair, it is nearly impossible to create a soft, feminine look with a short hairstyle. A classic bob would draw her down and would need to be teased to have the right balance, but then would be too fixed and wouldn’t last very long. If we went short, she would need to tease everything to cover her splits and cowlicks, and that, too, would fall flat quickly. Not to mention, it would take a lot of time with too mature results. And again, it would not fit her romantic and feminine personal style. She liked her silver hair and was tired of coloring it. So how do you do a makeover? Since she likes her hair up and always wears her hair up, why not have THAT be her look?


  • Christopher Hopkins

    Christopher Hopkins is an entrepreneur, entertainer, cyber star, author, and appearance aficionado. Affectionately known as The Makeover Guy®, Christopher provides uplifting, inspirational, and informative online content and exclusive makeover services. Since 1990 Christopher has wowed audiences with his dramatic television makeovers and has received worldwide standing ovations fronting world-class orchestras singing Broadway’s best baritone showstoppers. As a baritone soloist, he has performed with The Minnesota Orchestra, Hannover Radio Philharmonic, Erie Philharmonic, and the Grand Teton Music Festival. His best-selling book, "Staging Your Comeback, A Complete Beauty Revival for Women Over 45," has remained in the top ten on Amazon for over a decade. He is the founder and co-owner of MAKEOVERGUY® Appearance Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Visit his web site:

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