Bobbi Brown Beauty Rules: Fabulous Looks, Beauty Essentials, and Life Lessons
Bobbi Brown, Hilary Duff, Rebecca Paley
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From best-selling author and famed makeup artist Bobbi Brown comes this definitive beauty book empowering teens and twenty-somethings with age-appropriate makeup tips, style secrets, and self-esteem boosters. Emphasizing natural beauty, Bobbi advises on the best products and tools for keeping skin of every type flawless, and shares step-by-step techniques for getting the prettiest hair, eyes, lips, and nails. Stunning makeovers inspire looks for school, parties, interviews, and beyond. With hundreds of photographs of real girls, shots of celebrity role models, and Bobbi's best tricks from her remarkable career in the cosmetics industry, Beauty Rules is the new go-to guide for all girls.
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and getting in your eyes when you’re trying to compete or have fun). I once saw Morgan Pressel on HDTV crying tears of joy after winning a tournament. Her black eyeliner and mascara made it through the tears! Thanks, black gel liner! Make sure when you are outside that you have adequate SPF protection either in a tinted moisturizer or underneath any makeup. Your lips should be clear, and you only need mascara on your eyes. You can also skip blush because your cheeks will be naturally flushed.
image. yearbook Here’s the main thing with yearbook photos: don’t ever expect them to look good. They all look the same—kind of goofy, sort of sweet, definitely age appropriate. If you look fine, be happy. They are timeless and funny. Make sure you get one, even if it scares you to look at it. You need to give your kids something to chuckle at in the future. retouched photos We are all so screwed up when it comes to how we look in photos because of the widespread use of retouching in
majority of UVA and UVB exposure that he’ll get. gross habit: He bites his nails until they are a jagged mess. groomed solution: Try treating him to a real manicure. I’m not talking red polish here. Lots of men get manicures at salons—hold the polish. If he has neatly trimmed nails, there won’t be anything to bite. Plus, he’ll love the feeling of the hand massage that usually comes with the manicure. gross habit: His locker smells like something died in it. groomed
solution: Check to see if it’s last year’s tuna sandwich causing the smell. Then get him some fabric softener sheets to put in his locker, or a box of baking soda. Both will absorb odors (the fabric conditioner has the bonus of a scent that can mask almost anything). CHAPTER 19: TEN YEARS LATER It is pretty astounding how fast ten years goes by. I have watched with amazement how the girls who were in my first teen book ten years ago have grown into women. They have transformed from