I love the show. Gives you the idea that you can wear things that look appropriate, sexy, classy, no matter what your size is. I still struggle with changing my style because I hate how most clothes look on me. Gives ppl inspiration that may have insecurity issues or just don't or want to get out of their comfort zone. Also gives you many ideas on different styles. Love it!
I DONT know where to buy Narrow Shoes at on line. DSW and other popular sites WONT let me know where I can get Narrow Shoes + I have a Bad back injury and I CANT wear 3 + inches heels. Can anyone out there help me? Thank you for your time and help.
She is so cute & wears clothes well - but she is OVERdressed and not necessarily the best role model. Sometimes she looks like a barbie doll teetering around on those overly high heels, waving her fake nails around, She needs to tone her own look down. Tonight on the Twisted Sister episode, she was telling a punk rock fashion victim, and in the reveal, Jeannie had blue hair extensions in! Nevertheless, I enjoy seeing the before & afters.
I am inspired by this show normally I feel that TV is just a way to brainwash human beings by the government but the girl on this show she looks fabulous and she has an amazing sense of humor and great taste, I love her style some day Id love to meet her and hang out with her. My mom and I are best friends and we are some what lowered by our self esteem, her a lot more than I. I want her to be happy and me to be happy as well. I don't think I dress bad but theres always room for improvement. My mom on the other had she only wears jeans and complains about her weight, I know she can look slim and beautiful in other styles but she just wont give. I someday hope to run my own fashion line but I must capture the look before starting one.
Its a chain reaction in human society that we feel that we should go with the flow, Dress as others do, WHY?
team and gang up. but in side are you truly happy to who you are? Its a fact that people in a group fear to step out side the circle. Some of the people who dress, or over dress set trends for the future. If they are wearing an item. thats not in time, So what, it was designed by some one who made it big once, look back in time, Are we all to be come Stereo types ?
just watching Alishia Season 11 no way . Ok she over dresses, But I liked her as she was, she shone her personality shone, That silver dress , all the make over , its not her, she looks older and fatter. What are you on, As they say, humans act in packs, like wolfs, Bulling up on those who don,t fit in, Well she does , just not the right people, better then looking Ummm better not go there. Yes i will say it, the host as i said on the advertising in asia. She looks like a thailand lady boy.
I loved the previous host..she was great..loved the location for the shows however i thought the people picked for the shows were extremely over the top. The new show and host.......Now the people are real..however i find the show boring. the location is dull and boring and its lost the fun factor about it. Shame. Bring back the old host and location but keep the guests from the current show coming.
I love the show and Jeannie brings it alive. My only problem though is that Jeannie is ridiculously overdressed for the reveal, far outshining her fashion victim, and also worse considering her audience are mostly in jeans and teeshirts. I'm also fed up with the drag queen look every victim seems to get for the reveal: long stringy extensions, heavy makeup, the same short coloured dress etc, which are not at all relatable to the ordinary viewer. All the victims are first shown in their atrocious day wear so it would be nice to see them revealed in their revamped chic daytime looks, perhaps in jeans, Jackets and heels, or chic little day dresses and for the office wear challenged ones, in a nice work suit or dress. Then the rest of their looks from their chosen collection: evening, casual etc., can be shown on the screen by the victims in full hair and makeup. The hair could also be made to look more realistic and less high maintenance. Otherwise I love what the show does for the victims. Hope there'll be a change soon.
Just finished watching the show for the first time ever. It was very good, and I really like how Jeannie interacted with Heather. Very genuine, very honest, but not at all in a hurtful way. I love that Heather has so much self-confidence, but it wasn't congruent with the way she dressed. I think the makeover was absolutely fantastic, and especially loved her hair and make up!!! She easily looked 15 years younger! Way to represent us curvy girls! Looking forward to watching again.
I'm watching the "Passing the Fashion Bar" Episode and I can not believe how rude the people are! I think the way her daughter is talking to/about her is totally unacceptable, she should have got a slap in the lips for that kind of disrespect!!! This woman has five kids and has just finished school. I'm sure anyone who has kids knows, you put them first and most times you don't have time for yourself after you've made sure everyone else's needs have been met. Some people may need a little or alot of help with their appearance, but you don't have to be so hurtful about it!! I love how on the website it says "Meet Jeannie and her Style Team", yet they only show her picture!! I'm sure even Jeanie has a bad hair day...I find it all so disgusting!! I love it when people sit on their high horse and judge others...not!! Tear them down and build them up, I guess??
I want to agree with Jrosens, so many of the ladies on this show wear spectacles to begin with but no-one ever wears them after the make-over. This reinforces the idea that you cannot look sexy/smart while wearing specs and is especially upsetting for those of us who are unable, for opthalmic reasons, to wear contact lenses. It seems we still believe, as Dorothy Parker said: Men never make passes at girls who wear glasses.
this show was my favorite of all this was showing that the producers are so nice and i loved this one i loike the show. this was just my fav. I'm from Philly, so i have the shore in NJ, that i love so this was just sweet. to me.
This show would be so great if the people picked weren't so phony. My oh My. Just too dumb. Those fake looks when they throw the clothes up the tube makes me have to change the channel. Are they for real and just phony it up?
This show would be so great if the people picked weren't so phony. Those fake looks when they throw the clothes up the tube makes me have to change the channel. Are they for real and just phony it up? Might watch What not to wear for ideas of making it better. they are silly too but not so darn dramatic. this is JMHO and might make the show better or are people really wanting phony? The prizes are really great and is fun for the friends or family to pick the clothes. How do they get the long hair
I've been a fan of the show from the very beginning and the modernization of the program is wonderful. Finola Hughes is the perfect host for this show. She's fashionable, current, funny, smart, fresh and beautiful. Although showing off the new look to the live audience of strangers in a mall (it looks like it's in a mall) kind of ruins the impact of it all. The more intimate unveiling, with a small gathering of close friends and family from the previous show I believe is much better, brings out more emotions from the viewers, i think. Having said that, Congratulations and keep up the good work.
I love this show, but.. I couldn't help notice that one of the professional designers on the show had huge red marks on his neck that were very visible and I thought that looked a little unprofessional. I can't say what the red marks were, and maybe I was wrong thinking I know what they looked like. I apologize if this offends anyone. I think Finola does a Wonderful job! I can see it sometimes can be a challenge with all those different personalities. I thought she handled things really well on the one show where the girl with the punk style did not like anything and was terribly rude to everyone!
I really love this show. People get to get an updated look of themselves. The only episode that I really didn't like was the one with Plum. She was so ungrateful the whole time. I mean, she complained the whole time, she was so rude to her friends, and even when her long-time friend was crying, she didn't even act like she cared. They were doing that for her, and she decided to be so spoiled and so abnoxious as to not even participate. I think it's really pathetic and I honestly applaud all of the people who were on the show that day because I wouldn't have been able to keep my temper in check like they did. Anyway, it's a great show and I watch it all the time.
As an addict, i felt the episode was so touching! I was having a really bad night and this episode came on. I gave me hope. I would love to talk to the woman (whose now a drug and alcohol counselor) and find out a little bit about her story. I could totally use some words of encouragement!I could really relate to the mom; her feelings, her priorities, etc. I especially loved when she said that when things were dying on her insides (while she was using), she kept up her outsides, but now that she is healthy on the inside, she doesn't care as much about the outside! I thought it was pretty profound. She was a real inspiration.
For years, HDIL's set was a nightclub, complete with pub tables & chairs, and a bar. After the reveal, participants ceremoniously toasted the audience.
Recently, HDIL did a makeovers of some people who've been in rehab. Suddenly, the toast was gone, and the "reveal" set strangely empty.
I don't expect fashionistas to be experts on behavioral science, sociology, medicine, mental health or the scientific method. I understand the HDIL staff isn't qualified to scientifically test the claims of the rehab movement. But I think it isn't wise or fair to publicize medical claims one is unqualified to substantiate.
My reaction, as a viewer was, "Why are people who make a fashion program – not even a show about medicine or even general news - willing to promote recovery-movement claims?" Unlike the usual HDIL guests, who engage in discussions about fashion led by the host, the post-rehab guests drove the discussion to their drug and alcohol use and their "bad choices", while the host makes sympathetic facial expressions. Basically, it felt like HDIL had been hijacked and turned into a tool for post-rehab persons to publicize their participation in the recovery movement and put the movement's claims out into the public discourse. And even that wasn't enough, the set that had served the show for 7 seasons was gutted. In contrast, when HDIL did makeovers for people with actual physical diseases, like lupus and cancer, the talk still centered on fashion, like their normal makeovers.
I have a friend that just dont know how to dress for special occassions. He does not go buy any new clothes. He be having the same clothes for the past 3 years. He have no style of clothes. He would jux throw on anything that he can find that fits him. And he also dont know what to put on to make him look younger and more mature. He dress like he is still a teenager when he is already 26 years old. I really want you to help him out because he just cant think for himself about his clothes. He really needs a new wardrobe. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
I watched this show for the first time on New Year's eve day. I absolutely loved it!!! I didn't even know that this show was on the air. It is informative and fun too!!! I wish that someone would nominate me to be on it!
I want to be on this show. I need help in what to wear and my hair? Don't get me started. I usually have it in a ponytail. I love this show!!!!!!!!! I have to tell the girls at work about this show. I like how they let the family members pick out the new look. I also love the professionals that they pick too! They are so funny but serious about making the person look good! Maybe if I get enough of my friends and family to watch the show, they will take pity on me and submit my name to the show!
How do I Look, is a very funny show. Whether its meant to be or not. But sometimes it can get really harsh to the victims, like throwing away almost all their clothes then in the end leaving you with only 3 outfits. But I love to see the end results, they sometimes look worse than before and most of the time they are beautiful. So I tune in when I can, I'm not really addicted or anything, but its good. Finola is a great host, but she seems to bounce back and forth from sides to this makeover, so it can get annoying. But if love a good makeover, you should watch this.
The critics can be a little harsh, but it's good for a girl to learn how to be feminine! It's amazing to see a person with no sense of style get excited about primping! AND they don't get to extreme. When a girl doesn't ever get dressed up, you can scare her away with some outfit that's too crazy, but this show is mild enough for those girls who aren't so confident about being trendy. Sometimes, I would put more make-up on the girls, but like I said...extreme is not the best plan. I personally would love to go on the show to see what they would do with me, but I don't think I'm as in need as some of the people on the show...but who knows?
I like the show...but it\'s kind of slipped a little since it was first on tv. I liked it in the beginning because it gave the people more to look foreward to by going on the show. They pretty much just get the 3 outfits, a new haircut, and make-up. Before they actually got more clothes as a suprise after so they had more outfits. A lot of people on the show get a lot of their stuff thrown away. Where\'s the equality in that? They lose most of their clothes and they get 3 outfits. At least in the beginning of the show they had a budget of how much they could spend, and it didn\'t just have to be on the 3 outfits. They were also able to pick out more clothes for the contestant that were rewarded to them at the end of the show. I know it\'s a nice gesture, but now their going to have to go spend more of their money on new clothes. I think some people would have been better off going on What Not to Wear. You get $5,000 to spend on clothes for yourself. I know it\'s not always about what you can get, but I think you should get something for having to throw away a lot of your favorite clothes.
January 4th episode. Hostess has no business on this show dressed as she does. She had on a blouse that looked like it came out of trash!!!! And the stylist in the red hat looked ridiculous in her blouse!! And the guys looked like slobs!!!
There is nothing wrong with polyester. Some people do not like linen, wool, etc. It is not the fabric but how the creation it is made from!!
Hosted by Finoula Hughes, this show is a personal favorite. A person who is nominated by a family member or a friend is given a makeover. They get to choose from 9 outfits from 3 different collections put together by 3 different people. They can't switch collections and have to accept everything including hair and makeup. But I have never seen anyone not look absolutely fabulous from the makeover. Love this show!
This is probley one of my top favorite shows. I know this is really girly girly , but hey what can i tell you execept that i am a girl who's into the fashion scene. For those of you who don't know the object of the show is to get this one person who needs serous fashion help, so they get nominated by one of their closet friends and then their friends go through the closet and make fun of their clothes. oh and i forgot to metion their are 3 people that try to help the person with the bad fashion sense. 2 of them are usually best friends of the person with the bad fashion sense, and then one of them is a professional fashion designer. Their is usually a theme for all the outfits. (it's kinda hard to explain you would have to watch it yourself.)
so yep. that's pretty much it I know this sounds boring but I suck at writing reviews so just go and see the show yourself!
How Do I Look is an overall good show. It teaches people who are clueless as to ho do dress and idea of what's best for them. However, sometimes I feel that this shoe gets a bit too critical and sometimes gets a little mean. Sometimes they put down the person a little too much. Sometimes they make the person get rid of clothes that to me are still pretty decent. But I still like this show. It's one of my favorites. I give it an 8.