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Cancer survivor decides on making changes and her hairdresser fully honors all expectations

Jaimie-lee Prince
Nov 26, 2018
04:37 P.M.
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The Makeover Guru has struck again and changed the life of a cancer survivor. 

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YouTube's very own MakeOverGuy Minneapolis, Christopher Hopkins, was approached by the strong woman in early November.

The woman was not your typical cancer survivor, sporting a full head of hair. However, it was a bit limp and needed replenishment. The video of the makeover is found below.

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The blonde sat down on Hopkins' chair and was given a drastic change.

Hopkins opted to remove some length and completely change the woman's hair color.

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After the bob cut, Hopkins applied a red dye. He left his customer with orange highlighted locks. But that wasn't all.

The over-50-year-old woman was also given tips for volume to combat some bare spots.

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She was then treated to a professional makeup experience that made her eyelashes pop and her eyes appear as big as possible.

After everything, the cancer survivor's spirits were lifted and Hopkins had another happy customer.

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Another older woman was treated to a life-changing makeover after facing a bout of depression.

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Barbara's husband had passed away, leaving her in a state of grief. So her daughter decided to change up her look in hopes of cheering her up.

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Again, Hopkins worked his magic. Keeping Barbara's beautiful grey-haired locks intact, he spruced up the color.

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Hopkins also added volume along with makeup to wrap up the look. The results amazed both Barbara and her daughter.

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Another grandmother received a makeover after a depression due to the loss of family. Mary Johnsen of Minnesota was down and out in life.

At 62, she had let go of self-care, including hair styling and putting on makeup. So her granddaughter got her out of the rut.

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Hopkins trimmed Johnsen's long disheveled locks to a bob. He also added color, turning the 62-year-old into a brunette.

After a pop of makeup, Johnsen and her granddaughter looked at the results and were overjoyed. There were smiles all around.

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