Five women with cancer were treated to free makeovers in New Hyde Park as a demonstration for the Look Good Feel Better program.
Cancer treatments have caused Fay Marie De Claro's
Cancer treatments have caused Fay Marie De Claro's hair to fall out, but the Westbury resident was taught some beauty tricks to cope with the situation during a Look Good Feel Better program Wednesday in New Hyde Park. (May 9, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Fay Marie De Claro, 31, of Westbury, who
Fay Marie De Claro, 31, of Westbury, who lost all hair due to cancer treatments, models her new wig while getting a makeover during a Look Good Feel Better program in New Hyde Park. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Cancer patient Patty Catania, 42, of Farmingdale, gets
Cancer patient Patty Catania, 42, of Farmingdale, gets a makeover from professional cosmetologist during a Look Good Feel Better program in New Hyde Park. The program is part of an American Cancer Society effort for everyone fighting cancer. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)

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Cancer patient Sandra Sayroo, 50, of Richmond Hill,
Cancer patient Sandra Sayroo, 50, of Richmond Hill, us given a 12-step makeover from a cosmetologist with the Look Good Feel Better program during a demonstration in New Hyde Park. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
After losing all her hair from her cancer
After losing all her hair from her cancer treatments, Sandra Sayroo, 50, of Richmond Hill, got a head-to-toe makeover Wednesday in New Hyde Park that, she said, made her "feel like a star." (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Carissa Crossan, 12, of Lindenhurst, who was diagnosed
Carissa Crossan, 12, of Lindenhurst, who was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma in April, looks on and asks questions as four other cancer patients undergo makeovers during an American Cancer Society Look Good Feel Better program in New Hyde Park. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Selina Sears, 49, of Baldwin, who is undergoing
Selina Sears, 49, of Baldwin, who is undergoing treatments for thyroid cancer, said participating in the Look Good Feel Better program in New Hyde Park made her feel like her "old self again." (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Patty Catania, 42, of Farmingdale, lost nearly all
Patty Catania, 42, of Farmingdale, lost nearly all her hair from her cancer treatments but showed off her new wig, makeup and outfit after a makeover through a Look Good Feel Better program in New Hyde Park. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)

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Carissa Crossan, 12, of Lindenhurst, who was diagnosed
Carissa Crossan, 12, of Lindenhurst, who was diagnosed in April with Ewing's sarcoma, models her new haircut and outfit at a demonstration in New Hyde Park of the American Cancer Society's Look Good Feel Better program. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)
Sandra Sayroo, 50, of Richmond Hill, was one
Sandra Sayroo, 50, of Richmond Hill, was one of five cancer patients who received makeovers Wednesday in New Hyde Park during a demonstration of the American Cancer Society's Look Good Feel Better program. (May 8, 2013) (Credit: Tara Conry)