Diane Hancock started the School-aged Child Care (SACC) program in Windham 11 years ago. She also has three children (8, 7 and 5) with her husband Dan. She volunteered for a makeover because as she said, “I’ve never done anything like that before.”
“It was awesome,” she said. “Shari was easy going and laid back.”
According to Hancock, stylist Shari Fowler asked her a lot of questions to find out exactly what would best work for Hancock.
“She listened to who I was and made it better. High maintenance hair would not have been good for me,” Hancock said.
Fowler did a natural looking sun-kissed hi-light. She trimmed Hancock’s ends and reshaped her cut with some long layers and some framing around her face. She then shaped her eyebrows and did a light makeup application to finish off the look.
“I don’t usually wear make-up. That’s probably the scariest thing,” said Hancock.
After her appointment, she went to work at the Manchester SACC location. “People really liked the hi-lights because it added dimension,” she said. “I will definitely be going back to see her,” said Hancock.
As a new feature for the makeovers, Hancock chose to visit with dentist Dr. Leslie Elston for a teeth whitening take-home treatment.