What is it that finally pushes a woman into doing something about her anxious little frown lines, her mousy hair, or whatever she's (more or less) "accepted" about her looks? Three women step up to O's beauty challenge and discover what they can and can't live with.
A Shot At Gorgeous Millions of women are looking remarkably fresh and rested thanks to tiny injections of a botulinum toxin. Why wasn't Valerie Monroe one of them?
The Laser's Edge After a few false starts, Jessica Winter finally stops turning red.
Fair-Haired Girl She was blonde as a child. Stung by strangers' comments, Celia Barbour decides to reclaim her birthright.
Printed from Oprah.com on Monday, December 9, 2013