Crafty Girl: Makeup: Things to Make and Do

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 120 pages
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Every crafty girl knows that beauty comes from within, but she also knows that makeup can make life a little prettier, a little glossier, and a lot more fun. Crafty Girl: Makeup-the latest in Chronicle Books' popular series for tweens and teens - explains how to do it right, revealing the secrets to glowing skin, shapely brows, bright eyes, lovely lips, and so much more. Here are tips on what to buy and how to use it, plus lots of simple recipes for whipping up custom batches of glosses, blushes, and bronzers. But the fun doesn't end there. A section called The Looks offers up easy professional tips and step-by-step instructions for creating 20 different faces, from fresh to fabulous. Whether she's a clean teen or glamour queen, Crafty Girl: Makeup has it all: the hints, the help, and the looks she'll love.

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About the author (2003)

Jennifer Traig is a self-professed craft addict and San Francisco-based writer with a PhD in literature. Host to many successful sleepovers in her junior years, including several at which no one cried, she is the author of the Crafty Girl series as well as Judaikitsch (0-8118-3188-4).

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