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Get the glowing good looks of your dreams without plastic surgery, as revealed by Emmy Award-winning makeup artist Eve Pearl.
Have you been contemplating Botox, eyelid surgery, or breast augmentation? A face-lift, nose job, or collagen injections? Save your money and avoid the risks! By applying the same Hollywood-insider methods used to make celebrities look years younger and show-stopping gorgeous, Eve Pearl shows you how to enhance your lips, diminish wrinkles, and even appear to go from an A-cup bra to a generous B or even C! Like a magic wand, makeup-done as you've never seen it before-will accentuate the uniqueness of your looks while disguising the flaws. With Eve Pearl's simple but amazing techniques, you can completely transform your face, eyes, brows, nose, lips, and breasts. And this powerful, safe way to a more youthful and natural beauty takes just minutes to achieve.
The "face-lift" kit that tightens skin, brings out the eyes, and hides deep laugh lines around the nose and mouth
Fantastic remedies for dark circles under the eyes, puffiness, and crow's-feet
How to use moisturizers and foundations to create velvety, luminous skin tones-without the dangers of a chemical peel or bleaching
Dramatic shading to produce elegant cheekbones and make a double chin disappear
Techniques to make your breasts look larger (you won't believe your eyes!)
Products to create fuller, more sensuous lips with a "sweetheart" shape and a luscious shine . . . and much more.
From eye-lift to face-lift, you will be thrilled by the results -- without the pain, risk, or expense of surgery!
Designed for the woman who is unhappy with an aspect of her face or body but who"either cannot afford plastic surgery or does not want to risk its very real potential side effects," Pearl's guide to makeup techniques is a friendly, affordable alternative to the doctor's office. As a makeup artist to celebrities such as Barbara Walters, Brooke Shields, Mira Sorvino and Kelly Ripa, Pearl has blue ribbon credentials among the rich and famous. This book, however, leaves starry glamour aside and focuses on the common problems of ordinary women everywhere: dark circles under the eyes, blotchy complexion, unwanted freckles and double chins. Pearl uses normal-looking people, including her own family members and herself, as the models for her before and after demonstrations, which makes her results seem both more doable and more believable. (Several of the models are African-American.) For example, in the section titled"Bye-Bye Crow's-Feet and Laugh Lines" she shows how concealer and foundation can be used in a"two-step process of spackling and painting" that fills in and covers signs of aging. Other sections cover techniques like contouring and setting. Some readers may wish that more time had been spent explaining basic techniques like blending foundation. But for readers who already have some experience using makeup, and are satisfied with a transformation that can be washed off at the end of the evening, Pearl's how-to book should be just the trick.