“Old And Frumpy” Wife Wants To Surprise Husband, Gets S-xy Super Short Blonde Look Turning Everyone’s Head [Video]

Mary desperately wanted a change; she’d been using the same box to color her hair for years and was sick of looking “old and frumpy.”Before she left for Makeover Guy’s studio in Minneapolis, MN, she told her husband she was just going to have two inches cut off her hair. Little did she know she was going to leave the studio looking like a completely different person. Her drastically different makeover left her “flabbergasted” and you’ll see why in the video below. Christopher Hopkins, aka The Makeover Guy, is a man of many talents: he is an orchestra singer, an author, an educator, a producer, and an entrepreneur. But, he is the best known for being at the forefront of the beauty and makeover industry.

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His YouTube channel has 95,000 followers and he has made many TV appearances offering beauty advice on shows such as Oprah Winfrey.

Mary, from Minneapolis, where Christopher’s Makeover salon is based, was so excited for the much-needed change.

She no longer wanted to color her hair and needed a cut that would allow her to grow it out properly. She thought she was going to get a couple of inches cut off, little did she know what was about to happen.

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When she sees her new pixie short haircut, she can’t believe it, especially the color.

She said her husband was going to love it, especially since he loves her with short hair and he’d been suggesting she cut it for a while.

The makeover was supposed to be an anniversary gift surprise for her husband, who she’s been married to for 27 years.

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She even revealed that her makeover had given her the inspiration to work on the rest of herself.

See her incredible transformation in the video below; you won’t believe the color!


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