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Even if they try to look their best, what woman in her 30s, 40s or beyond wouldn't mind turning back the clock a few years?
In the latest Monday Morning Makeover, Good Morning America met two ordinary, working women - a newly divorced mother, and a newly married jewelry designer - who wanted to turn back the hands of time and look 10 years younger in three days.
Good Morning America brought in a glam squad, a team of six glamour/style experts to help. We'll visit the women Tuesday and Wednesday to check their progress. Makeover 1: Rachel is a 46-year-old artisan jewelry maker who lives in upstate New York and has been married for two years. Like many women, a busy work schedule leaves her with little time to focus on her appearance. But she has a gallery opening next month, and expects to see old college friends.
Bertoni wants to look fabulous for the event and feel younger, but has a few areas that need improvement. She has gray hair that has thinned out on top, and her teeth need whitening. She would also like to lose weight. Makeover 2: Jennifer, 38, runs a magazine's internet division. Her teeth need whitening and she wears glasses. She also has thin lips. She doesn't have any gray hair and has been highlighting her hair, which is long and straight. She is currently dating a 20-something and fears people will think that she is his mother. She has two children.
Here is the team of experts that worked on the women. Dr. Pamela Lipkin is one of New York's top plastic surgeons with a client list that includes numerous celebrities. She can do everything from fixing a bad nose job to using restylane, an injectable wrinkle-reducing gel. Dr. Wilma Fernandez-Antonio, who is originally from the Philippines, is a dentist who specializes in whitening and brightening old-looking smiles. Dr. Penny Asbell, the mother of twins, is a top eye surgeon at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. She helps women get rid of their glasses forever. Ellen Kunes also has twins. She is the editor-in-chief of Redbook magazine and launched the hugely successful O, The Oprah Magazine. Jeanine Lobell has perfected the art of transformation through makeup. You might see her Stila brand on such luminous stars as Diane Lane and Nicole Kidman. Rebekah Forecast hails from London but now works at the prestigious Sally Hershberger salon in New York. Her clients include Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon.
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