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Sisters Give Underwhelming Reaction To Woman’s Beautiful Makeover

July 9th, 2020

Sometimes you just can’t please your jealous sisters. They’ve grown up with you and expect you to stay who you’ve always been. They want to maintain your place in their perceived hierarchy and family dynamic at all costs. But one new hairstyle with fresh makeup and those perceptions can change in an instance. With a huge boost in self-esteem as well.

The “Makeover Guy” blows the doors off the old guard and changes this sister’s look and life.

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The Makeover Guy

Christopher Hopkins is a cyber-star, author, and appearance aficionado. He’s been changing folks lives one haircut at a time. Hopkins started wowing television audiences back in 1990 with his anti-aging makeovers. He’s appeared on HGTV, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and The Today Show. And in the past ten plus years, his YouTube Channel has been wildly successful, helping people change their looks and creating compelling videos for a worldwide audience.

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Bestselling Book

In 2008, Hopkins wrote “Staging Your Comeback: A Complete Beauty Revival for Women Over 45” which went on to became a bestseller. The book has been a hit as readers love the astonishing makeovers. The Makeover Guy offers tips and techniques to take years off your looks and help boost your self-esteem.

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His Baritone Voice

Hopkins’s other passion is singing. He performs solo baritone in television appearances and stage shows. He is also a recording artist. His first album is titled, “I’ll Be Seeing You.”

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A Special One

Hopkins performs what looks like a magic trick with this video. And the two sisters who were in the waiting room, can’t believe their eyes.

“This one was special. I had trouble understanding the back story and the reason for the makeover. Usually that helps me figure out what is going to work for them. I managed to put the pieces together. But communication can be a challenge. This is what really goes on behind the makeover. Which is why it’s more than just a haircut and makeup.”

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Not Blonde Enough?

This makeover is for her daughter’s wedding day. Before the makeover, she said she wanted to feel “really good about myself.” And when it was all finished her only concern was that her husband wouldn’t think it was blonde enough.

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Jealousy is Real

Her sisters sit anxiously flipping through magazines, anticipating the big reveal. Their expressions and response to seeing this makeover, shows a bit of jealousy. Not everyone is going to be okay with your new look. Sometimes change scares people especially when the person or sisters are close to you.

Psychology Today, explains the basics of jealousy …

“It strikes people of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations, and is most typically aroused when a person perceives a threat to a valued relationship from a third party. The threat may be real or imagined.”

In this case, the third party is this makeover and how it might change her into a new woman.

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Youtubers are commenting on the response or lack of response from the sisters.

“The sisters were speechless because now this sister’s hairstyle is fresh, hip & cuter than their own!”

“She really looks great! But my heart totally sank at their reaction. I was yelling at my computer screen ‘Christopher … you rocked this!'”

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Check out this special makeover and see how one sister’s makeover can change not just her looks but how she’s perceived in the world and in her family.

Bravo to The Makeover Guy for doing this amazing work.

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Source: Makeoverguy, Wikipedia, Psychology Today

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