Kim, after her makeover

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Once Tim got Kim out of the lunchroom, he says she really gravitated toward this Milly geometric printed dress, which gives her a '60s mod look.

Then, Tim put Kim in black Christian Louboutin pumps to accentuate her gorgeous legs. "This is chic sophisticated," he tells Kim. "There's sexiness, [but] it's not remotely vulgar."

Chloe Holguin, creative director at the Ken Paves Salon in Beverly Hills, says they cut Kim's hair to elongate her neck and expose her jawline. Rita Hazan, owner of the Rita Hazan Salon in New York City, added highlights to create multidimensional color and brighten Kim's face.

Tim says the whole idea behind these makeovers is to show women their true potential. "It's really about discovering what was there to begin with," he says. "We're helping to pull it out and accentuate it."