All-Star Oprah Show Makeovers
After only seven attempts, Oprah finds her perfect fit in a pair of AG "Club" jeans! "I love these [jeans] because the crease helps to lengthen," Oprah says. "And even with the cut it's not so low that when you sit, it rises down and you see your crack—that's very important to me."
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They hit a home run with Cenell, whose wardrobe staples consisted of baggy sweats, tired jeans and old-fashioned dresses.
To get this 30-something mom back in style, Lloyd took her out of her sweats and into a metallic party dress that show off her knockout figure. "She looks like she's in her 20s now!" Lloyd says.
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This was the case for 55-year-old Barbara. When she gets up in the morning, Barbara knows exactly what she's going to wear—the khaki shirt, green pants, tan hat and steel-toed boots of a park ranger. "As unsexy as this uniform is blah and frumpy—that's kind of how I feel about myself," she says. "Blah, frumpy and definitely unsexy."
Barbara says it's not only the uniform that keeps her from feeling sexy. "Menopause damaged the physical vision I have of myself. I don't look the same. I don't feel the same," she says. "Maybe I've given up a little bit. Maybe that's how I lost my sexy."
After our style team transformed her into a true showstopper, how does Barbara feel? "Smokin'!" she says.
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When Tim's makeover team met Jason at a local hardware store, they stopped dead in their tracks. Underneath those baggy, hole-filled overalls is a makeover dream. "To be honest, I thought, 'This is a Halloween costume,'" Tim says.
With his long, bleached goatee, tattered cowboy hat and oversize clothes, Jason has fallen victim to what Tim says is a comfort trap. "I call it the 'slobification' of America," he says. "And we must stop
With a little help, Tim transformed Jason from "farmer in the dell" to Kenny Chesney. Jason says he feels fantastic. "You wouldn't believe the looks I always got," he says.
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Every week, Liz says she and Vanessa devote 20 to 25 hours on maintaining their over-the-top looks. "The hair takes about an hour itself, maybe longer," Vanessa says. "It depends on how big I'm going
to go for that day."
With Carson's help, Liz and Vanessa now look less Addams Family and more like their true selves. Carson took their hair down a few notches and applied makeup subtly to enhance—not hide—their features.
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Lee is a mother of three whose wardrobe of frayed jeans, sneakers and hooded sweatshirts needed a lift.
To transform Lee, stylist Lloyd paired black leather boots with a little black dress and leggings from Gap.
"[The] empire waist brings the attention to her smallest point right beneath her bust line, so she looks younger, hipper and sexier," Lloyd says. "She can go right out."
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Eric became a makeover candidate after doing some work on the home of Jill, an Oprah Show producer. For three years, he has been living underneath layers and layers of hair. "He's like a caveman," Jill says. "I can so envision him beneath it all, how he's going to look."
All that hair made for a very hot summer—but now he's all cooled off! "Walking around yesterday, my face felt like it had an air conditioner on it constantly," Eric says.
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