Styling station

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The Sims 2: Open for Business The Sims 3: Ambitions The Sims 4: Get Famous

Styling stations, or makeover stations, are objects in The Sims 2: Open for Business, The Sims 3: Ambitions and The Sims 4: Get Famous that Sims use to either give or receive makeovers.

The Sims 2: Open for Business[edit | edit source]

The Ug-No-More Makeover Station is found in the Comfort -> Misc. section of buy mode, though it cannot be used as a chair. If placed on an unowned community lot, it will spawn an NPC stylist, and the player will be able to either have the selected Sim get a makeover, or direct that Sim to give a Sim on the lot a free makeover.

The quality of a makeover given or received is determined by the stylist's Cosmetology talent badge level. Players should be aware that, while the NPC stylist show Gold badge proficiency on unowned community lots, it is likely that they will not actually have any Cosmetology talent badge.[confirmation needed]

Ug-No-More Makeover Station[edit | edit source]

Ug-No-More Makeover Station
In the mood for a change? Unhappy with your look? Just plain ugly? The Ug-No-More Makeover Station will solve those nagging image problems lickity split, releasing a beautiful new you. You'll have head-turning hair and a visage no one can forget, just like all the magazines promised you. The Ug-No-More: ideal for that.... thing... on your face.
Game The Sims 2: Open for Business
Buyability Buy mode
Price in game §1,200
Object type(s) Wardrobe
Size 2x2

The Sims 3: Ambitions[edit | edit source]

The Fuss no Muss Styling Station is required for the Stylist profession.

All salons have at least one, and they function in a similar way to the dresser. Using it to "Makeover Self" allows the player to change their Sim's clothing, hair, and makeup for free (much like the Plan Outfit and Change Appearance interactions on a dresser and mirror, respectively). "Get Stylist Makeover" makes the Sim purchase a random new outfit that does not replace their current one. Sims in the Stylist profession can use this to give makeovers to other Sims, although it is not required as makeovers from clients are performed at their own houses. If a stylist Sim is in a salon, they will be able to offer makeovers to any Sim on that lot

Fuss No Muss Styling Station[edit | edit source]

Fuss no Muss Styling Station
Game The Sims 3: Ambitions
Buyability Buy mode
Price in game §900
Object type(s) Profession

The Sims 4: Get Famous[edit | edit source]

The All-in-One Styling Station can be found in the Activities and Skills -> Recreation section of build mode. There are also a few available at Plumbob Pictures for actors to use to get into costume before filming starts. NPC stylists only spawn at Plumbob Pictures, but any Sim aged teen and older can be asked to give a makeover otherwise.

Sims can offer either a change in hairstyle, a change in makeup, or a full makeover. For hair and makeup, stylists will cycle through three random looks that Sims can choose to keep by cancelling the interaction. The styling station has no associated skill.

All-in-One Styling Station[edit | edit source]

All-in-One Styling Station
Be the stylist of legend. Hair and Makeup can be offered or requested from Sims of many shapes and sizes with this All-in-One Styling Station. Don't be afraid to tell another Sim how you expect them to look. It's all within your power.
Game The Sims 4: Get Famous
Buyability Build mode
Price in game §400
Object type(s) Wardrobe
Size 2x2

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