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Stacy London is back on TLC helping women see the errors of their fashion choices. "Love, Lust or Run" is almost identical in construction to her former "What Not to Wear" series except that instead of subjects undergoing style makeovers, they receive what TLC calls "makeunders." Each episode begins with strangers rating a woman's style by choosing either "love," "lust" or "run." Next, the woman strips off her hair extensions, wild clothes, and garish makeup in order to start with a blank slate. Stacy then guides her through a "makeunder," which dramatically changes her look and allows her to channel what she really wants the public to see.

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