Edit AgeBeforeBeauty centers around an eclectic crew of characters who manage a family-owned beauty salon. This series allows us to view how they juggle life, love and adverse rivalries, all while striving to avoid the downfall of their salon.
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Sue Johnston as Ivy-Rae Regan, Be's mother and a spray tan technician in the family's salon. Polly Walker as Be Finch, a homemaker and mother who takes over her family's salon business.
Kelly Harrison as Leanne Boston, Be's obnoxious sister and a nail technician and personal stylist in the family's salon. Vicky Myers as Heidi Regan, Be's sister, a cosmetic surgery addict and mother to seven-year-old Disney, a wannabe pageant queen.
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They belong to Anya Version, a nineteen-year-old Russian model in Milan for the fashion show. She was reported missing two days ago and the partners figure that the elderly woman is Anya.
When Pete and Myra return to the warehouse, Artie and Claudia confirm that models have gone disappearing in cities across the world, and unidentified elderly women have turned up dead. She refuses to tell Artie what it's about at first, and Claudia finally admits that Todd the hardware clerk is texting her.
Pete and Myra arrive at Harris' office and spot Isabella Fuentes, who is leaving because she's not feeling well. They talk to Miss Harris, the owner, who is just finishing a meeting with another model, Roman.
Miss Harris says that Anya was coming down from the flu, and Pete remembers Isabella showing similar symptoms. She starts to glow and then collapses, and Myra arrives to discover that Isabella is now almost a hundred years old.
Pete blames himself and Artie tells him to snap out of it and get a sample of her blood. She then takes Myra to the runway and shows her off to Damian Hardin, the top designer.
He reluctantly agrees to see Myra, dismisses Pete, and has his assistant Jenny set up for taking photos. Roman takes offense and notes that they just got rid of Anya, and then warns Damian that she's the star.
Under Artie's instruction, Claudia puts Isabella's blood sample in the mass spectrometer, but is interrupted when Todd calls again. She admits to Artie that she's meeting Todd for pie and coffee, but insists it's not a date.
Pete checks in and reports that he's confirmed that Roman hated Anya, and goes to search her dressing room. As Claudia realizes things are going wrong and starts to leave, she bumps into the waitress, who spills her food on Todd.
Myra goes to Roman and asks for advice, luring her out of her dressing room, so Pete can search. Once she leaves, Pete hauls Jenny into the dressing room and accuses her of aging the models.
She has no idea what they're talking about, and explains that she sells black market diet pills that she smuggles in via the Buddha statue. Claudia's returns and Artie explains there were traces of silver nitrate in Anya's blood.
She is less than enthused, and blames Artie for telling her to be herself when she can't talk about her work, and she's a freak. Pete figures that the dress is the artifact and Damian admits that he did it to get revenge on Roman for her dismissive attitude toward him.
In the audience, Perry and the other photographers take their shots, while the elderly woman watches Myra intently. The elderly woman meets with the man from earlier and transfers $10 million to his account.
Artie and Claudia travel to the hospital in New York to visit Myra, who is barely alive. Artie remembers a rumor of a camera that belonged to Man Ray, a photographer in the 1930s, but it was never found.
Pete, Claudia, and Artie go to see Perry and find the camera and the aging photos. Under duress, Perry explains that he double-exposes the two photos, and he chose models because they bare their souls and Many's camera captures them.
He then tosses a cigarette lighter into developer fluid, causing a fire, so he can escape. As he prepares to go, Claudia wonders what happens if Perry doesn't tell them how to reverse the process, and if they have to use the camera on someone else.