28-year-old gets a hot "I'm single!" makeover
This newly single woman longed for a big change.
Glamour gives 28-Year-Old Christina Gibson a hot new makeover.
Finally over a breakup, Cristina Gibson needed a new look she loved. Celeb stylist Mark Townsend took her shorter, blonder, better.
Like so many women before her, Cristina Gibson, 28, longed for a big change after her relationship ended. “I wanted something more sophisticated,” she says. Dove stylist Mark Townsend felt all that length elongated her face, so he cut eight inches and gave her sideswept bangs (styled with just a scrunch of Dove Style+Care Nourishing Amplifier mousse, $4, drugstore.com).
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In the meantime, Nikki Ferrara of Sally Hershberger Downtown in New York City brightened her color with highlights. Makeup pro Susan Giordano played up Gibson’s hazel eyes with mauve and deep-plum shadows.
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The result? When Gibson Facebooked a photo of her makeover, even her ex “liked” it. “I was like, Ha! See? It does look good!”
What do you think of Christina's new single-girl 'do? We have a feeling Christina won't be single for long!Photos: Tom Schirmacher
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She looks better in the "before" photo.
Obviously, she is attractive either way, but the makeover just makes her look like a generic lady with no personality
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