The makeover contest included clothes from Talbots in Rock Hill. Above, Frances English of Talbots helps Rebecca Boland find the proper clothes while Rebecca's husband,

Mike Ash, looks on.

The culmination of the

total makeover -- which

included hair styling,

body consultation, massage

and facial -- was

documented in

photos by

Hamel Photography.

rejuvenate magazine, published by The Herald's New Ventures

department,

conducted

the contest

with the help

of sponsors

Beyond Measure,

Hamel Photography,

In Shape Personal

Fitness & Nutrition

and Talbots.
The makeover contest included clothes from Talbots in Rock Hill. Above, Frances English of Talbots helps Rebecca Boland find the proper clothes while Rebecca's husband, Mike Ash, looks on. The culmination of the total makeover -- which included hair styling, body consultation, massage and facial -- was documented in photos by Hamel Photography. rejuvenate magazine, published by The Herald's New Ventures department, conducted the contest with the help of sponsors Beyond Measure, Hamel Photography, In Shape Personal Fitness & Nutrition and Talbots.
The makeover contest included clothes from Talbots in Rock Hill. Above, Frances English of Talbots helps Rebecca Boland find the proper clothes while Rebecca's husband, Mike Ash, looks on. The culmination of the total makeover -- which included hair styling, body consultation, massage and facial -- was documented in photos by Hamel Photography. rejuvenate magazine, published by The Herald's New Ventures department, conducted the contest with the help of sponsors Beyond Measure, Hamel Photography, In Shape Personal Fitness & Nutrition and Talbots.

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June 10, 2007 12:01 AM

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