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Vogue Beauty Hardcover – 3 Aug 2009
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About the Author
Formerly health and beauty director of British Vogue and currently international beauty director for Conde Nast Asia, Kathy Phillips is the author of four books and has her own aromatherapy product range, This Works. Ex-Vogue beauty editor Lizzie Radford is a freelance journalist contributing to the Financial Times, British Vogue and Marie Claire (UK). Author, broadcaster and consultant Bronwyn Cosgrave was commissioning editor at British Vogue. Rachel Marlowe is beauty editor at W magazine (USA) and Juliet Cohen is a freelance beauty writer, contributing to British Vogue and the UK's Telegraph magazine.
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Amazon.com: 1 reviews
Purchase "Vogue Make-Up" instead.
28 February 2004 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
I purchased this book after being extraordinarily pleased with Vogue's other book, "Vogue Make-Up". After reading both books, I would DEFINITELY recommend "Vogue Make-Up" over "Vogue Beauty". Whereas "Vogue Make-Up" provides detailed advice and information, such as which *specific products* are used by fashion models "in the know" (e.g. for a neutral lipliner, some models swear by MAC Spice), "Vogue Beauty" is more of a coffee-table book, with pretty pictures, and text that covers topics only superficially, lacking the detailed sought by readers who already know the *basics* of beauty and haircare. Another quirk of "Vogue Beauty" is that it seems to have been written for (and is more applicable to) readers in the UK, than for readers in the US.
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