The Beauty Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Smart Beauty

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Beginning Press, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 510 pages
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Myriad new formulas, outrageous claims, and hot controversies run rampant in the cosmetics industry. This second edition of The Beauty Bible will help clear up the confusion. From tanning pills to oxygen in products, from facial exercises to behind-the-scenes industry information, this book covers it all. Containing 50 percent new material, this edition includes advice on the latest cosmetic surgery procedures, online beauty shopping, and permanent makeup. Drawing on her background as a makeup artist, her 20-plus years as a consumer reporter, and the latest dermatological studies, Paula Begoun (a.k.a. the “Cosmetics Cop”) gives readers the tools and information they need to make smart skincare decisions.

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User Review  - Jenna - Goodreads

hands down the best REAL guide to beauty products/myths/skin mysteries Read full review

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User Review  - StrangeBedfellows - Goodreads

This is a useful and interesting book, but far from the 'ultimate guide' that the author would like you to believe. Begoun's advice is overly preoccupied with wrinkles, ignoring a whole host of other ... Read full review



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Paula Begoun is a syndicated columnist with Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service and her "Dear Paula" column appear in papers throughout North America. A nationally recognized consumer expert for the cosmetics industry, she has appeared on NBC's Today, Oprah, 20/20, The View, and Dateline NBC. She lives in Seattle.

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