This is the third book from world-famous make-up artist Bobbi Brown. It provides expert advice for women of all ages on the right make-up to wear and how to apply it. Bobbi Brown encourages women to embrace the ageing process, insisting that they can look good - and feel good - whatever their age. Her philosophy of beauty is much more than skin ...
This is the third book from world-famous make-up artist Bobbi Brown. It provides expert advice for women of all ages on the right make-up to wear and how to apply it. Bobbi Brown encourages women to embrace the ageing process, insisting that they can look good - and feel good - whatever their age. Her philosophy of beauty is much more than skin deep; the text is peppered with tips on how to feel good inside as well as out, so that your inner health, happiness and confidence shine through in your outward appearance. Chapters include: special advice on beauty for your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond; how diet, exercise and lifestyle can keep you young; quick fixes for bad beauty days; adapting your make-up for occasions such as interviews, nights out, and having your photograph taken; and beauty tips for women of all races. This book illustrates Bobbi Brown's unique take on beauty with hundreds of photographs showing a vast array of women - of all races, sizes and ages - who are all strikingly beautiful in their own way.
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Publishers Weekly, 2002-10-15 Brown, celebrity make-up artist and founder of a highly successful cosmetics line, here follows her bestselling Bobbi Brown Beauty and Bobbi Brown Teenage Beauty with a winning guide to looking good throughout a lifetime. With the warmth and encouragement of a fellow comrade, Brown encourages 20-somethings to keep their makeup minimal, 30-somethings to take better care of their skin and 70-somethings to relax and enjoy all they've achieved (easy for Brown to say; she's 45). Peppering her book with diet and exercise tips, Brown includes how-tos on getting rid of body hair, spider veins and those annoying bumps ("not exactly a rash and not pimples") that can line certain female arms. With chapters on pregnancy, plastic surgery and even coping with cancer, this friendly resource is one to keep next to the eyeliner. And throughout, Brown urges her readers to feel good about themselves: what makeup can't fix, she says, self-confidence can. (Oct.) Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
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