Back by Popular Demand! Following the huge successes of The African American Women's Guide to Successful Skin Care and Make up and Born Beautiful: The African American Teenager's Complete Beauty Guide, Amber Communications Group, Inc's,.imprint-Amber Books, has published a sequel titled Ageless Beauty - The Ultimate Skincare and Makeup Book for Women and Teens of Color .
"Ageless Beauty" is for women and teenagers whose skin tones come in a multitude of complexions. Reading it will teach you how to understand your skin. You will learn how to take care of your skin so that it takes care of you and you will gain expert advice on how to transform your skin from a blotchy bother to an ageless accessory.
You will learn what daily and weekly skin care regimens to follow, how to determine your skin type, how to decide what products work best for you, and you will understand what makeup colors are appropriate for your skin tone.
In addition to the basic skin care and make up topics, "Ageless Beauty" includes special tips on facials, manicures, pedicures, hairstyles, nutrition, exercise, fragrances and more.
"Ageless Beauty" addresses the needs of six generations combined into one encyclopedia of knowledge and introduces a special advice column called "Ask Mercedes Fleetwood", which brings the reader's questions into the spotlight.
Co-authors Alfred Fornay and Yvonne Rose combine years of experience in the fashion and beauty industry. Alfred Fornay was the Assistant Ethnic Marketing Manager for Clairol Cosmetics, Beauty/Training Director for Fashion Fair Cosmetics and Creative Director for Revlon's "Polished Ambers" Collection. Yvonne Rose was a former professional model and makeup artist for Fashion Fair Cosmetics, booked over two hundred national television and print commercials and was the fashion and beauty editor for several national magazines.
|Publisher:||Amber Communications Group, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||725 KB|
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Full of typos. Pictures wont show! How good can a makeup book be WITHOUT pics?