Cindy Crawford's basic face: a makeup workbook

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Broadway Books, Oct 1, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 108 pages
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Cindy Crawford demonstrates how to put on a "basic" face simply and effectively. Drawing on the invaluable advice of world-renowned makeup artist Sonia Kashuk, Cindy offers how-to tips on skin preparation and the tools you need to get started. Then, in separate sections, she discusses using concealer and powder to create the perfect foundation and teaches ways to enhance eyes, cheeks, and lips to bring out the natural beauty in all women. Cindy knows that in the '90s, women are too busy to spend a lot of time and fuss putting on makeup. She doesn't suggest imitating the glamorous, made-up looks of models who adorn magazine covers, but gives practical advice for every woman who wants the face she sees in the mirror in the morning to look its best.

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Extremely basic, for beginners really. I was a bit disappointed in this, since I had it on my library waitlist for quite a while before getting it. Read full review

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