How To Develop Your Own Style! And…How Does a Reformed Skinhead Remove Hate Tattoo’s All Over His Face?

Are you a Trendsetter or do you just dress like your friends?  If you listen to my show, “Diane Faith’s Makeover Advice Show,” you know I’m always saying, “Don’t dress like your friends!” But that advice isn’t always easy.    I have received a lot of emails from frustrated people out there who just don’t know how to “own their own look.”  Help is on its way….  Image Consultant and Stylist, Laurie Brucker will share with us some practical advice on developing your own style and creating the image that you really want to project.  Laurie has worked on TLC’s  “What not to Wear ” and has a client roster (both men and women) from celebrities to musicians to everyday professionals.  Learn how to create a style that is unique to you!


I love when a makeover completely changes someone’s life.  It did just that for Bryon Widner, a reformed skinhead that decided to remove the hate filled tattoo’s that covered his face and body.   When a person endures 25 surgeries to make a change….you know that person is committed.  Di discusses this life changing makeover on a show that is 2Di4!

To view a clip of “Erasing Hate” on reformed skinhead Bryon Widner see:

To contact Stylist and Image Consultant Laurie Brucker: or call (323) 656-6453

These topics will air live on “Diane Faith’s Makeover Advice Show” at noon (pst) on CNN Radio, KFNX News-Talk Radio 1100 or streaming live at on Thursday, November 2nd.  If you miss the live show, archived shows can be found under the radio tab!  Too fabulous to miss!

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