MAKEOVER IS NOT ONLY DEPEND ON CLOTHING BUT IT COVERS ON HAIRSTYLES, SHOES AND OTHER ACCESORRIES
THE CUT: "Melissa had a lot of hair, but it was very fine and the length was weighing it down," Danilo says. He chopped nine inches and added some layers, which lightened the weight and made her hair look thicker.
THE STYLING SECRETS: To boose fullness, Danilo blew her hair almost dry and added mousse. Then, finishing the blow-dry, he brushed it up and in the opposite direction from root growth (instead of down, which encourages hair to lie flat). For extra height, he separated a section of hair on top of her head, put it in a Velcro roller, and let it set.