Russian Stylist Gives 35 People Extreme Makeovers And You’ll Hardly Believe They’re The Same People

Lidia, 43, Accountant

Konstantin Bogomolov is a Russian image designer, fashion analyst, and the headmaster of the International Education Centre “Bogomolov’ Image School”, operating in Riga, Latvia. The designer, along with his students, has been giving people amazing makeovers since 1999 and once you see the after pics, you’ll have a hard time believing you’re looking at the same person.

Konstantin says he hears the question “How to change my image successfully?” a lot but thinks that’s not what people should be asking. “A spectacular transformation of one’s appearance should not become the ultimate goal. In some cases, it requires a radical change, in some just a minor correction. The main task for a stylist is not to CHANGE, but rather to FIND the client’s image,” says the designer. He believes that one’s personality is what’s most important and that clothes, hair, and makeup are just tools that the image designer works with to help express it.

Check out the amazing transformations in the gallery below!

More: Konstantin Bogomolov, Instagram h/t: boredpanda, demilked

Lyudmila And Tamara, 65, Twin Sisters, Dentists

Svitlana, 37, University Teacher

Mairita, 36, Operator

Nikolay, 31, Freelance Designer

Jolanta, 39, Postal Operator

Yuliya, 41, Accountant

Ilona, 47, School Teacher

Brigita, 36, Housewife

Elvira, 36, Housewife

Galina, 68, Nuclear Physicist

Alina, 48, Operator

Natalia, 41, Housewife

Inga, 50, Doctor

Daria, 35, Marketing Director

Zhanar, 40, Event Agency Director

Irina, 42, Interior Designer

Anna, 34, Manager

Loreta, 55, Bioenergetics Consultant

Elena, 52, Accountant

Pavel, 30, Photographer

Irena, 65, Retired

Tatyana, 46, Manager

Vilma, 50, Manager

Elena, 40, Youth Center Employee

Jūratė, 42, Florist

Tatyana, 53, Pensioner

Natalia, 38, School Teacher

Asel, 33, Housewife

Daiva, 38, Financial Consultant

Jolanta, 53, Entrepreneur

Mikhail, 48, Actor

Larisa, 58, Entrepreneur

Mila, 54, Entrepreneur

Natalia, 38, Schoolteacher

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