Mission Makeover is a TV show on Lifetime that follows the engaging and powerful journey of women on a mission of a lifetime – to completely makeover their lives through better health & wellness – from the inside out and the outside in. Mission Makeover starts out with several women who have a desire to makeover every aspect of their lives. As the women progress on the show, only the most committed and determined will be chosen to move forward in the process. During their quest to lose weight and get healthy, the women receive the guidance and the tools they need from industry experts in nutrition, fitness and lifestyle. It’s all about getting tangible results. The goal is to bring out their “inner winner” and that means both internal and external transformations, integrating beauty, self-confidence and style into the mix. It’s all about the journey, step by step to achieving a healthier lifestyle and inspiring viewers to do the same.
And tonight's episode features something we know all about - wearable hair! HairUWear CMO Michael Ferrara and his team, stylist Kristina Barricelli and Raquel Welch designer Laurence Bate, give the women fun new looks for a night out. You'll see the women receive a wearable hair makeover with wigs, hairpieces and extensions from top brands Raquel Welch, Christie Brinkley and Hairdo.
Pictured above: Upstage by Raquel Welch is featured on this episode of Mission Makeover
In addition to wigs, HairUWear makes a whole range of hair extensions and clip-in products for women who want a hairstyle that’s impossible to achieve with their own natural hair, to spend less time, energy and money on their own hair or simply to try a dramatic change with no commitment. The stylists come up with some instant ways to “makeover” the ladies in minutes .The hair is a woman’s crowning glory. When a woman loves her hair she feels empowered. It is amazing how our hair can make us feel confident, and confidence looks beautiful on every woman!
Raquel Welch herself even serves up some great beauty advice. She says women should stop trying to be perfect, there is beauty in our flaws, and that’s what makes us unique. Your authentic self, with all it’s flaws is the most important and the most beautiful thing you have to offer.