“Nothing too Radical,” by Christopher Hopkins, the Makeover Guy®
Judy had worn her hair basically her entire life. At 40 her friends encouraged her to change it up a bit. We did. Not too much, but enough that she felt comfortable. I taught her the importance of back combing for a smaller head to give balance. Brittany Wenzel softened the color with a natural highlight and though she balked at first, she fell in love with the eyelashes.
Judy: My name is Judy.
Robert (behind camera): Judy, how did you hear about us.
Judy: Through my friends. Lots of my friends have been up here for the day and been revamped. For my 40th birthday they are having me come up here.
The big occasion, the big 40th birthday, is time to get looked after.
It was kind of scary, but I think I’ve come out looking good and sophisticated, not crazy, but that’s what you don’t want.
I don’t want to see my hair shaved.
Judy: Probably don’t want to go too super short. Kind of always had hair that looks like this.
Judy: I want it to be a change that looks different, but I don’t want it to be completely radical.
What I was looking for was something different, but not super crazy.
Christopher: The whole front of it here. So better than you can take this out [inaudible 00:00:51]. You can pull it up. You can pull it back. Still get the shape.
Speaker 4: It looks great.
Robert : Smaller hair, great hair.
Judy: Julian says that Christopher took half a foot off in 10 years. I’ll go for the 10 years.