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The Best Free Instant Virtual Makeover

Before you spend money on a new haircut or new makeup, get a free virtual makeover so you can decide if you will like the new 'you.' Seriously, who has not shelled out some big bucks on a haircut just to walk out of the salon full of regret? Even money spent at a drugstore cosmetics counter for makeup that you end up never wearing hurts, right?

Go to and click on 'Free Virtual Makeover,' then upload your photo and set up your profile (all free, of course!). This may take a bit of time, but it is so worth it! After you are done setting up your profile, you can have fun choosing all kinds of different items to try on your photo, from eyeliners to celebrity hair cuts. And we are talking real actual makeup products here - name brands, colors, everything. This is not just a 'generic' type of make-over with generic colors and such.  You can see how that new shade of CoverGirl lipstick you've been eyeing looks on you, or check out if Jennifer Aniston's haircut works for you. (Just saying.)

So why not check out a free preview of the 'new you' before throwing away spending money on a look you may end up not liking after all?  Plus, it really is fun. And free. Free fun. Can't beat that now, can you??

But a word of caution here. You may spend more time playing around on this website than you planned to. It can get quite addicting. So now that you have been warned, go on over and start having fun picking out your next awesome look!

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