I loved this little book - it makes a great read in the bath when you're soaking up to your neck in bubbles dreaming of the glam, ritzy world you should rightly be inhabiting, but have somehow missed.
Its tone is fun and frivolous, but flicking through it again I noticed how many practical tips it also contains, such as in the 'glamour for free section' which suggests:
step out with confidence and set off for a jewellery shop - preferably one that looks dangerously expensive. Look, and better still, try on withot buying - very Breakfast at Tiffany's.'
I wouldn't say all of the tips were do-able, but most of them are. It's all about making yourself feel (and look) confident, stylish and totally ravishing!
Its a short book, but one I'll pick up in future to flick through and read odd bits, just to cheer myself up, to remind me I can do something about feeling grungy, unsexy and unfashionable.