Fresh look to fuel the tireless search for that first step on career ladder
Leaving university to enter a brave new world full of possibilities was what Liz Draper imagined when she left her comfort blanket of University College London in 2011.
What she faced instead was a conveyor belt of temporary jobs to try to stay in the Big Smoke.
Liz's step-mum, Sarah Wilson, says: "She's lost count of the number of jobs she's applied for, without even getting an interview,"
"As a result, she's had to give up her independent life and come home to live with her dad and me."
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The Comparative Literature masters graduate has had a series of set-backs and was determinedly trying to get work in London, scraping by working part-time in a coffee shop.
Liz is now back in South Cave, with Sarah, 49, who works as the deputy headteacher at Newland St John's Primary School, and her dad, Peter Draper.
Sarah said that while Liz, 25, is working at The Gallery restaurant, in South Cave, taking so many rejections has been tough.
"A makeover might just give Lizzie the boost she needs to keep trying," says Sarah.