Dec 30, 2016 09:29 AM EST
College Make Over: Glam-Bushed University of South California Student Looks Like Emma Stone
It is that time of the year when people are already singing the "New Year, New Me" blues. But not a lot of people have already planned this out. When it comes to the physical aspect, sometimes getting a makeover takes some time to think about. After all, changing your look is a huge change and eventually an investment.
Which is why one college student gets ambushed into getting a make over before the year ends!
Celebrity hair stylist Louis Licari said it is time to get out with the old and welcome the new during their latest program, "Glam-Bush," as reported by Today. "Glam-Bush," or "Glamorous Ambush," is a beauty make-over program headed by Licari and the Today member Jill Martin.
One lucky college student gets picked first. Her name is Rebecca Narum and she is a college senior from the University of South Carolina. She is taking up Math as her major and her hobbies include playing piccolo in the school's marching band. She also plays sports. She is currently a member of the Ultimate Frisbee team. Why did she decide to get a make over? She was visiting the plaza with her boyfriend and said she has never done a makeover before.
She appeared nervous before getting her makeover but the results were epic. Narum herself was happy with her new look. When she was shown to her boyfriend, he described her look as amazing. To make it even more interesting, Kathie Lee exclaimed that she looked like the actress, Emma Stone.
Her natural beauty was not hidden. Louis Licari gave Narum's hair an auburn color that worked with her skin tone. He is known to reinvigorate a woman's face by choosing the right hair color, as reported by The Huffington Post. To make her night even more dazzling, Jill Martin chose a dress that completely complements her new hair style. What better way to welcome and start the new year, 2017, with a fresh look?
How are you planning to welcome the new year, 2017?
Check out another Glam-Bush make over from Today below:
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