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By J.T. O'Donnell Here is an AMAZING chance to have top stylists give you a new look...for FREE! As the famous Doris Day once said, "People HEAR what they SEE." This is your opportunity to get expert advice on how to get employers to notice YOU! Good Housekeeping TV is looking for women between the ages of 25 and 45 who are currently searching for work, whether due to layoffs or other changes in circumstances (finished grad school, career change, etc). Our makeover "dream team" including a top NYC hair stylist and colorist, pro makeup artist, and expert fashion stylist will give you a new, updated look in time for your next big interview. NOTE: Candidates need to live in the New York City area or be willing to travel here at their own expense. The makeovers will take place in late January and be featured in a spring TV special for 2010. If you're interested in this makeover opportunity, please send an e-mail to mschaberg@hearst.com ASAP with the following:
  • name
  • address
  • e-mail & phone number
  • age
  • dress size
  • include two photos (one full-length and one head shot) in your e-mail and a brief description of why you're looking for a new job.
Don't pass this chance up. You can't win if you don't submit. You've got nothing to lose, and a whole new professional look to gain!
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