Bridgewater resident and Gatsby salon owner, Gayle Giacomo, was back in the forefront of Monday’s episode of “Jerseylicious” with a question about whether she should get a facelift.
Despite loud protests from Giacomo’s daughter, Christy Pereira, and the advice of one doctor, Giacomo decided by the end of the episode that she did want to move forward with the facelift.
In the “Jerseylicious” blogs, Giacomo said she is ready to find a man.
“The facelift was important because although I am 55, I don’t feel 55,” she wrote in the blogs. “Men my age want women who are half of theirs, so I thought that maybe this is what I was missing.”
Giacomo said in the blogs that she is not surprised her daughter disagreed with her.
“I decided to go through with it because after many years of always doing things to please others, I now do things for me,” she wrote.
Much of the rest of the episode was focused on Anthony Lombardi’s desire to do a book marking New Jersey's 225th anniversary with basically a history of style. Lombardi recruited former Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe and the other members of his team to help with ideas and putting together the style ideas.
Unfortunately, as Lombardi found out, putting together a book is not as easy as it sounds, what with the timeline of getting it ready and all the work involved.
The remainder of the episode was filled with continued drama between Sharpe and hairstylists Tracey DiMarco and Gigi Liscio as they continued trying to determine who was talking about who, and what friendships will survive.
Head over to the "Jerseylicious" blogs for more on this week's episode.
“Jerseylicious” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the Style Network.