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Category: FASHION

FASHION

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  • Celebrity makeup artist and TV makeover specialist Ramy Gafni knows no one is born perfect not even his famous clients. In How to Fake Real Beauty the makeup guru shares his secrets to enhancing a woman's natural beauty while “faking” what she doesn't have.

    Some people are thought to be born with flawless features but many of these gifts are acquired and the quickest easiest way is to create the illusion using makeup and a little moxie. The power of makeup goes a long way toward helping you fake anything—a clear complexion fuller lips brighter eyes—whatever you want! It's all a matter of knowing how!

    In How to Fake Real Beauty Ramy shares the tried-and-true tricks of the trade. So prepare for the red carpet—whether it's the one in your head or an actual awards show. This guide will teach you how to get ready for your close up and confidently take center stage in any situation.

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  • This beautiful collection brings together over 700 full-color photographs of work by leading tattoo artists from all over the world. Plus it includes art and sketches by the artists illuminating their creative process.

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  • Tarina Tarantino’s love affair with fashion jewelry and accessories began when she was just a little girl. Tarina now owns and operates her famous global jewelry accessories and cosmetics brand TARINA TARANTINO out of her international headquarters in downtown Los Angeles The Sparkle Factory. In her first book Tarina invites you into her world to learn how to make and wear beautiful and inspirational fashion jewelry. Fashionistas aspiring jewelry designers and DIY lovers will learn how to make 20 of Tarina’s most essential pieces including statement earrings cocktail rings hair jewelry stretch cuff bracelets embellished spectacles and more. Fans of Tarina will also learn about her brand history getting inspired creating themes and stories sourcing materials essential tools and techniques how to wear and style your jewelry wardrobe and more. The text is complemented by tips and hundreds of full-color photos throughout.


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  • In a fashion world that constantly speaks to youth The Wardrobe Wakeup is an essential look book for every woman 40+. Leading fashion and beauty editor Lois Joy Johnson shares style-boosting closet reviving money-saving fashion tricks she's learned over thirty years working with A-list models celebrities and real women.

    The Wardrobe Wakeup is packed with solutions to fashion dilemmas specific to women 40+ like: changes in skin that make baring legs arms and chest an uncomfortable experience; working with colleagues half your age or a boss twenty years younger; going on job interviews where the competition is thirty years old. Lois also addresses fashion problems surrounding lifestyle changes including the horrors of dating again what's sexy vs. sleazy and rethinking spending on clothes if living on investments or 401(k)s.

    Featured in photos throughout are glam women 40+ in the fashion and beauty business. Each woman provides inspiration through interviews about their own style and fashion solutions at this time of life. In Lois's engaging point of view and straightforward approach she teaches women to maximize their wardrobe
    and feel fabulous at any age.

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  • Face it–women fall into a beauty rut at a certain age when their tried-and-true makeup techniques just aren’t working anymore. That’s when you know it’s time for a Makeup Wakeup! Beauty experts Lois Joy Johnson and Sandy Linter say it’s time to learn what will work for women 40+ now.

    The Makeup Wakeup shares Lois and Sandy’s inside information on what stars do; how to face demons like brow abuse and sun damage; even a fail-proof shopping guide. Though focused on the simplicity of makeup the authors also consulted with three prominent doctors to address the concerns of women who opt for cosmetic procedures.

    Lois and Sandy say: “Women 40+ tell us they feel invisible in a world of beauty that is really marketing to younger women. We felt a need to write a beauty guide we’d read ourselves one that solved the kinds of issues women face every day.”

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  • I looked at my reflection and despaired. As an exhausted young mother I felt ugly and saw that a new dress or face cream would never help. I was at risk of passing on a habit of feeling miserable about my looks to my baby girl—if nothing changed. Soon afterward Phoebe Baker Hyde made a vow: to give up new clothes makeup haircuts and jewelry in hopes of revealing something she had always paid lip service to but never quite believed in—her inner beauty.

    The Beauty Experiment chronicles Hyde's quest for self-acceptance in nothing but her own skin. In thoughtful exquisite prose Hyde holds up a mirror to all women and shows how perfectionism can keep us from achieving what we really want: happiness confidence and serenity.



     


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  • It started with a harmless quest for perfect wash-and-go hair. Every girl wants it and Siobhan O'Connor and Alexandra Spunt finally found it in a fancy salon treatment. They were thrilled—until they discovered that the magic ingredient was formaldehyde.

    Shocked O'Connor and Spunt left no bottle unturned. If it went on their body (and thus was absorbed into their skin and bloodstream) they researched it. As it turns out many of those unpronounceable ingredients in your self-tanner and leave-in conditioner are not regulated and the “natural” on your face wash doesn't mean what you think it does.

    Now with the help of top scientists dermatologists and makeup artists the authors share their compelling findings and the easy way to detoxify your beauty regimen. No More Dirty Looks also reveals the safest most effective products on the market and time-tested home recipes. Finally you don't need to sacrifice health for beauty—because coming clean is the best look yet.

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  • Lucia van der Post has dispensed advice on living stylishly for more than three decades and her common sense confidence and wit have garnered her legions of fans worldwide. A bestseller in the United Kingdom Things I Wish My Mother Had Told Me offers—in van der Post's distinctively warm aphoristic style—everything a woman needs to know about living well with elegance and glamour. Leaving no aspect of a woman's life unconsidered sections include How to Work and Have a Life; Cheap Chic; Ten Easy Main Courses; How to Wear Black; and Love Marriage and Happiness.

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  • Want to know the secret to growing gorgeous hair or how your favourite celebrities have such flawless skin? Introducing the power of food into your beauty routine in a whole new way you’ll uncover the recipes that promote beauty from within (with beauty-boosting foods you’ll salivate for!) as well as topical DIY beauty recipes (for facial masks body scrubs and more that are well good enough to eatliterally!). Dubbed the Female Beauty MacGyver” by Access Hollywood Alexis Wolfer shares with you 131 easy all-natural affordable and effective recipes that feed your beauty. Combining the best recipes from her personal archives with DIY beauty secrets and food recipes shared with her by chefs beauty editors and celebrities (including Kristen Chenoweth Brooklyn Decker Vanessa Williams Molly Sims Byrdie Bell Donna Karan and more) The Recipe For Radiance will take you into your kitchen to discover the food-based beauty secrets even the most well-pampered women rely on to look their best. Each chapter in The Recipe for Radiance addresses a different beauty concernacne fine lines and wrinkles brittle nails lackluster hair sun spots cellulite chapped lips under-eye circles and moregiving you the inside scoop on the causes and symptoms of the most common beauty concerns along with their food-based solutions. Sample recipes include:Strawberry + champagne serum to fight wrinklesAvocado + oatmeal revival mask to heal dry skinSweet potato chips + cumin dip to even skin toneCreamy kale and walnut salad to reduce under-eye circlesSweet watermelon serum to soothe sunburn Be prepared to cook yourself beautiful all the while saving money on products and keeping your beauty routine chemical free.>

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  • Groomed hair is a red-hot street style for men inspired by bloggers sports stars actors and models. Man vs. Hair is a collection of sixty fashionable men’s hair and facial styles. Step-by-step tutorials featuring simple how-to illustrations take the guesswork out of styling while on-trend fashion photography demonstrates how to wear each ‘do.

    With advice for different haircuts types and lengths plus plenty of grooming tips Man vs. Hair is the must-have resource of amazing styles for beards braids sideburns mustaches man buns and much more!

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  • The thirty-two styles in this beautiful book give you the repertoire you need to make every day a good hair day; whether you desire tumbling tresses, cute braids, seductive swirls or fierce fishtails.

    Bringing you looks that can be done in minutes to looks that impress with every tress, Hayley Mallinder helps you to become your very own super stylist, giving you the confidence to create looks that surprise and delight every time.

    Paired with Hayley is top fashion illustrator Emma Leonard, who has created all the looks and steps in her seductive illustrations, making this an attractive and desirable book.

    Have fun, feel good, and turn those heads!

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  • A fascinator is a chic little adornment not quite a traditional hat but more than a headband that suits any occasion and any time of day. Style mavens in England are credited with setting off an international fascination with fascinators this smashing headwear now appears everywhere donning the heads of celebrities and A-listers on the red carpet to today’s fashionable brides who are tossing aside their traditional veils for fascinators bedazzled with crystals and feathers. This is the first craft book of its kind with how-tos for fascinators floral crowns tiaras and more: 25 in all plus variations on each projectthere are even sweet projects suitable for little girls. Fascinators range from dressy professional to black-tie elegant.>

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  • In Love Those Eyes, Sarah Ellis and Elisa Mazzone bring you 50 gorgeous eye-makeup recipes. These mouth-watering ideas will delight all the more when you apply them to your own eyes. As with any great recipe collection you are inspired to adjust and re-balance the elements to suit your own eye shape, complexion or mood. Featuring light looks to warm your day, cool powerful looks to say you mean business, carefree looks for out and about, dramatic looks for turning those heads. And when you need to party? Look no further – you will rock it! Complete all looks with your favourite mascara or lashes for the perfect finish. They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It will be.

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  • “Forget about makeup reclaiming youth” says Andrea Q. Robinson. Good makeup reclaims you .” Robinson whose illustrious career has included positions such as the chief marketing officer of Estée Lauder president of Tom Ford Beauty beauty editor of Vogue and president of Ralph Lauren Fragrances is the ultimate industry insider. In this fully updated edition of Toss the Gloss she shares her decades of experience in this honest and straightforward guide for women fifty and over.In Toss the Gloss you will learn . . .Why the right cosmetics not anti-aging skincare will help you look your youthful best.How to recognize the seduction of beauty-industry tactics designed to get you to spend more money than you need to.Gimmick-free tips and easy-to-follow shortcuts to make the most of your features.Up-to-date recommendations on which products to choose and which to skip over.With this inspiring book as a guide women will feel more natural and more confidentat any age.>

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  • As a glance down any street in America quickly reveals American women have forgotten how to dress. We chase fads choose inappropriate materials and unattractive cuts and waste energy tottering in heels when we could be moving gracefully. Quite simply we lack the fashion know-how we need to dress professionally and flatteringly.As historian and expert dressmaker Linda Przybyszewski reveals in The Lost Art of Dress it wasn’t always like this. In the first half of the twentieth century a remarkable group of womenthe so-called Dress Doctorstaught American women how to stretch each yard of fabric and dress well on a budget. Knowledge not money they insisted is the key to timeless fashion. Based in Home Economics departments across the country the Dress Doctors offered advice on radio shows at women’s clubs and in magazines. Millions of young girls read their books in school and at 4-H clothing clubs. As Przybyszewski shows the Dress Doctors’ concerns weren’t purely superficial: they prized practicality and empowered women to design and make clothing for both the workplace and the home. They championed skirts that would allow women to move about freely and campaigned against impractical and painful shoes. Armed with the Dress Doctors’simple design principlesharmony proportion balance rhythm emphasismodern American women from all classes could learn to dress for all occasions in a way that made them confident engaged members of society.A captivating and beautifully-illustrated look at the world of the Dress Doctors The Lost Art of Dress introduces a new audience to their timeless rules of fashion and beautyrules which with a little help we can certainly learn again.>

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