Mother-Daughter Duo Has a Jaw-Dropping Transformation
After successfully completing a 100-day fitness challenge, the women also got a glamorous makeover to complete their new look.
Mother-and-daughter Cheryl and Tessa Shaw set a fitness goal for themselves and decided to take the journey to a new body together.
The determined women took up a 100-day fitness challenge, calling it The Cheryl Shaw Project, and despite it being a tough plan to adhere to, they powered through it to achieve incredible results.
Cheryl, a single mother, mentioned that the challenge held special significance for her since the whole family was worried about her physical wellness. Together with her daughter, she decided to finally make a change in her life.
Cheryl and Tessa lost a total of 115 months in just over 3 months, and they are more than excited to share their weight loss and transformation story with friends and acquaintances on social media.
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Their success attracted a lot of followership online, and their newfound fame is rooted in a choice to live a healthier life.
After getting lean, the New Jersey natives decided to take their transformation to the next level. Rachael Ray rewarded them for their weight loss by teaming up with Kyan Douglas and the Cutler Salon.
The excited women donned new haircuts and outfits to flaunt their new physique. Cheryl's newfound confidence reflected in her A-line dress that accentuated her waist, making her look curvy and tall.
Tessa, on the other hand, looked gorgeous and a open back top with high waist pants. Douglas remarked that the pants a nod to the traditional attire of karate experts, specially designed to highlight Tessa's waist.
Stylist Ray completed Tessa's chic look with a pair of red to match the floral top.
The duo's new look was also described on The Rachel Ray Show, which also revealed the priceless reaction of the women in their new avatars.
Cheryl and Tessa stated that it felt great to wear something well-fitting instead of the clothes they were used to wearing.