I'm trying to find the name and/or location [url] of this story:
The protagonist, a young woman, uses a sort of a personal computer cum all-purpose miracle machine to give herself a new appearance, which in this world involves altering any bodily feature of choice, down to the eye color, with barely more effort than it takes us to style our hair.
As the process unfolds, we can hear her thoughts: It was so dull to be a tall, luscious blonde with straight long hair and big green eyes. It had made her look just like everybody else. This time, though, she's going to go for something different, something that's really going to set her apart. An understated look, short brown hair, warm brown eyes, a couple of finishing touches suggested by her computer, and her personality is really going to shine through. He will have to notice her this time, she knows, and as she checks herself out in the mirror, her optimism grows and grows.
Until, of course, she steps out in the street and realizes the street is swarming with understated young women with short brown hair, warm brown eyes, and a couple of the same finishing touches suggested by their computers