What Not to Wear: Mom Makeovers
Join hosts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly for 13 special "mom-centric" episodes of the hit TLC reality series. Each of these mothers was nominated by a friend or child who thought they could use a style overhaul. On a budget of $5,000, expert stylists make them over from head to toe, refitting their wardrobe and creating stunning new looks with hair and makeup. They leave the moms not only looking great, but also knowing how to stay that way.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this show's core positive message (anyone can look great) can help mitigate the pressure to look like an airbrushed supermodel that young girls face daily. But during most of each episode, the subject experiences sarcasm and mild ridicule. The fashion experts can sound a bit mean sometimes when doling out fashion critiques, though they're also good at building up subjects' confidence by the end.
- Sexual Content
- Occasional mild innuendo; references to breasts (as "the girls") in a fashion context.
- Not applicable
- Infrequent language ("damn," "hell").
- Social Behavior
- The positive "anyone can be beautiful" message suffers from the show's sarcastic humor and the negativity implied in the title. That said, by the end, most participants seem very happy with their transformation and receive lots of love and support from Stacy, Clinton, and their family and friends.
- Specific stores and product names are often mentioned and shown.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Not applicable
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it