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Beauty Secrets For Dummies? Paperback – September 25, 1998
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About the Author
Stephanie Seymour is one of the fashion world's true supermodels. Since the age of 15, she has graced the covers of magazines all over the world, including Allure, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue, and W. She has been photographed by the most famous photographers of the last four decades. Richard Avedon calls her the single most interesting and powerful model he has ever photographed.
Stephanie is known as the face and figure of Victoria's Secret and has also acted as their spokesperson. She has done numerous campaigns for beauty and hair companies, such as Pantene, L'Oreal, and Almay, as well as many fashion campaigns, including Azzedine Alaia, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Gianni Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Throughout her career as a model, Stephanie has learned her beauty tips from the best makeup artists, hairstylists, doctors, and beauty specialists.
Stephanie's first career is being a mother. Unique among professional models, she is the proud mother of three boys and is also very proud of her extended family from her marriage to Peter Brant, which includes five stepchildren.
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The chapters on hair are good at covering the basics, and the tips on coloring/processing will be useful for anyone wanting to do at-home coloring. The step-by-step hairstyling instructions mostly apply only to those with longer hair. One helpful aspect of this book, used in every section, is the suggestions given for different age groups, from teens to women in their fifties and beyond.
The cosmetics section is by far the most in-depth, with plenty of information on product types and application tips for just about every situation. The color section on how to get different 'looks' is interesting, but it would be easier for women to duplicate the looks if the makeup used was a more readily available, more inexpensive brand than Nars. The chapter on brows is excellent. The only thing lacking is the absence of any solid advice on choosing the correct colors for your skintone.
This book would be great for women of any age, though it might be especially helpful for teens or anyone else just getting into beauty regimens. It has a light tone and an 'everyone can look pretty' attitude that is encouraging.