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Scavullo Women Hardcover – October 1, 1982
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THIS BOOK I ORDER WAS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, JUST LIKE THE SELLER ADVERTISED!
IT ARRIVED VERY WELL PACKED AND PROTECTED.
I WAS VERY HAPPY TO PURCHASED A BOOK AT A LOWER PRICE THAN ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED,
AND IN SUCH A GOOD CONDITION!!
KUDOS, ENRIQUE VEGA.
The photos are beautiful. 46 women: models, housewives, journalists, actresses, business women, singers, schoolgirls, they all pose and tell their beauty secrets. There is a before and after make-up shot, with some photos showing and describing the stages in between. Some women are heavily made up while others go for the natural look. Their interviews are as compelling as their photographs. They describe how they perceive beauty, or they criticize it. They reveal their beauty secrets ("I cleanse with yogurt and soap and water. I use a natural unscented moisturizer...I like any kind of cream I can get from the health food store"-Beverly Johnson, "Working up a sweat every day. And going to the sauna. And getting laid once a night"-Janice Dickinson)
As excited as I was to see these beauties and read about their habits, I'm not sure whether a teenager would make out the difference between the girls that lead helthy lives and the ones that don't. Comments such as "I eat next to nothing" or "I never take off my makeup. NEVER. I sleep in it." or "I never look at myself in the mirror" do not promote a healthy lifestyle in my opinion and they are the reason so many young girls today have anorexia, bulimia and self-esteem problems.
But anyway. Fashion can be like that sometimes. To conclude, my favourite photos and interviews were by:
But the most important thing is that what's trully beautiful about these women is their individuality. If we all find what looks good on us and what makes us happy and healthy, we could all make it to the next Scavullo book! Buy it. Enjoy it.