The Look Book

The Look Book

50 Iconic Beauties and How to Achieve Their Signature Styles

eBook - 2011
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Audrey Hepburn's winged eyes. Veronica Lake's peek a boo curls. Over the last century, celebrities have been at the forefront of fashion, introducing numerous classic hair and makeup looks to society. Now you can find out where these looks came from -- and get them for yourself. This book celebrates fifty beauty icons and examines when each one ushered in a unique look, why it became so legendary, and how to recreate it. Written with celebrity hair stylist Christopher Fulton and celebrity makeup artist Cameron Cohen, this unique collection includes professional tips on how to get the best look, glamorous photos, and easy-to-follow instructions.
Publisher: San Francisco : Zest, 2011
ISBN: 9780547744520
0547744528
Characteristics: 1 online resource (128 p.)
Call Number: eBook

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Dec 02, 2012

This is an awesome book. It shows how to achieve certain iconic looks, from lips to eyes and brows, from face and skin to hair. It shows how to get each look with ease. The book gives a brief description of the iconic person, dates of birth and death (if it has occurred), essentials of the person (being what movies they were in, songs they sang, books, etc) as well as a famous quote of the person. Some icons also have a section stating who also has or has had this style, an also seen on section. Then a break down is given as to how to get the look, from what the look works best on, to the tools needed, to the time it takes to get the look and then how to do it. It is all very easy and straight forward for the most part even giving pro tips to help you along the way.

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