Balance, Education and Relaxation

O Magazine: New You, Coming Through!

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Forget a head-to-toe makeover. From angling in bangs to upgrading your moisturizer to switching laundry detergents, a change doesn’t have to be a big deal to be a real breakthrough. We’ve got 53 smart little ways to make you feel dazzling.

We polled a battery of experts, from hairstylists and makeup artists to dermatologists and psychiatrists for changes—big and small—hat can add up to a fresh look (and a fresh attitude). For their help, we thank:

  • Ji Baek, owner and founder of Rescue Beauty Lounge in New York City
  • Cristina Bartolucci, celebrity makeup artist and creative director of DuWop
  • Trae Bodge, cofounder and creative director of Three Custom Color Specialists
  • Michael Breus, PhD, author of Beauty Sleep
  • Loretta Ciraldo, MD, professor of cosmetic dermatology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • David Colbert, MD, New York City dermatologist
  • Tracey Cunningham, Los Angeles colorist
  • Soli Davis, aesthetician in New York City
  • Kacy Duke, author of The Show It Love Workout and consultant to Equinox fitness clubs
  • Rick Gradone, Los Angeles hairstylist
  • Charlie Green, celebrity makeup artist
  • Debra Luftman, MD, cosmetic dermatologist in Beverly Hills
  • Burton Machen, hairstylist and co-owner of Salon Maxime in Beverly Hills
  • Serge Normant, global creative consultant for John Frieda
  • Napoleon Perdis, celebrity makeup artist
  • Eva Ritvo, MD, associate professor of psychiatry and dermatology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • Jet Rhys, owner of Jet Rhys Hair Salon in San Diego
  • Joanna Schlip, Physicians Formula celebrity makeup artist
  • Shaun-Thomas, BECCA national makeup artist
  • Jin Soon, owner of Jin Soon Natural Hand and Foot Spa in New York City
  • Andrea Thau, spokeswoman for the American Optometric Association
  • Tina Turnbow, New York City makeup artist
  • Kim Vo, of the Kim Vo Salon at the Mirage in Las Vegas


  • Download pdf: O Magazine, January 2008 (432kb)

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