Make Over My Mom
We treated three deserving mother-daughter pairs to a day at the famous Warren-Tricomi salon at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. Check out their dramatic transformations now
Not only are the three pairs truly deserving, they're all working towards admirable goals and overcoming obstacles. Mary Anne and Maureen are training for a charity run. Eleanora and Ilona struggled through Eleanora's devastating divorce, but are now stronger -- and happier -- than ever. And Carol, a cancer survivor, says that she wouldn't be here without her daughter Laura's love and support.
Skip ahead to read their stories and see their makeovers.
To make the experience extra special, we took them to the Warren-Tricomi Salon located inside New York City's Plaza Hotel. There, owner/stylist Edward "Scissorhands" Tricomi -- the stylist who actually inspired the movie "Edward Scissorhands" because of his cutting technique -- gave the women gorgeous haircuts with assistance from Zachary Morad and David Richards. And owner/colorist Joel Warren worked his magic with the help of colorist Kristina Noto. To complete the transformations, makeup artist Misty Chapman gave each of the women a fun look that they could take out on the town. "Wow -- I really feel like a princess here," said one of the moms upon arriving at the salon. And the royal treatment was just beginning.
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