Rock And Roll Couple Who Hadn’t Cut Their Hair In More Than A Decade Undergo A Major Makeover That Makes Them Fall In Love Again
Rock and roll fans are always known for their eccentricities, always ready to take their emotions to the highest level and doing their absolute best to get it.
Meet this rock and roll couple, who hadn't had their hair cut for ten years.
The couple, who lived in the 80’s, had their hair just like the famous band Skidrow's members. However, they took their hairlength to the extreme by not having even trimmed it for over a decade.
Tim and Wendy, aged 43 and 39 respectively, had been married for 12 years, and had probably been growing their hair out just about that long.
However, the couple had to admit that their hair was becoming a nuisance to both to them and the people surrounding them.
Wendy said her hair was making her look in her fifties when she wasn't even a day over forty!
Their neighbors came together and agreed they needed an intervention, so they signed the rock and roll couple up for the Oprah Show makeover.
Tim and Wendy decided to go on the show, though Wendy confessed she didn't want a Disney Princess makeover.
They both had to agree, though, that the transformation was amazing! Wendy came out in a bouncy blond bob, looking sexy in a fitted Dolce and Gabbana dress.
She looked very happy in her new look.
Tim appeared next to her looking dapper in a black Prada suit and a shorter hair cut. He stopped in his walk, however, completely amazed by his beautiful wife's look. You could say he fell in love all over again!
Years later, Oprah decided to do a check in on them. That was when Wendy informed Oprah that Tim had had a tragic heart attack and lost his life.
Devastated, she joined his rock band and began singing as a tribute to her beloved husband and his memory. She informed Oprah that Tim had been buried in his Prada suit, which he got from the makeover.
Wendy has decided to grow her hair again, forever grateful for the love she and her rock and roll lover got to share.
We hope she can keep the memory of her husband alive in her music.