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How to Fake Real Beauty: Tricks of the Trade to Master Your Makeup

by Ramy Gafni

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762455985, Paperback)

Celebrity makeup artist and TV makeover specialist Ramy Gafni knows no one is born perfect, not even his famous clients. In How to Fake Real Beauty, the makeup guru shares his secrets to enhancing a woman’s natural beauty while “faking” what she doesn’t have.

Some people are thought to be born with flawless features, but many of these gifts are acquired, and the quickest, easiest way is to create the illusion using makeup and a little moxie. The power of makeup goes a long way toward helping you fake anything—a clear complexion, fuller lips, brighter eyes—whatever you want! It’s all a matter of knowing how!

In How to Fake Real Beauty, Ramy shares the tried-and-true tricks of the trade. So prepare for the red carpet—whether it’s the one in your head or an actual awards show. This guide will teach you how to get ready for your close up and confidently take center stage in any situation.

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Celebrity makeup artist and TV makeover specialist Ramy Gafni knows no one is born perfect, not even his famous clients. In How to Fake Real Beauty, the makeup guru shares his secrets to enhancing a woman's natural beauty while faking what she doesn't have.Yes, beauty is a matter of taste and personal preferences, but there are some universal truths: large eyes are considered more beautiful than small eyes, full lips more sensual than thin lips, a nose that's in proportion to the rest of the face is more desirable than the alternative. Some people are thought to be born with these attributes, but many of these gifts are acquired--and the quickest, easiest way is to create the illusion using makeup and a little moxie. The power of makeup goes a long way toward helping you fake anything--a clear complexion, fuller lips, brighter eyes--whatever you want! It's all a matter of knowing how.Even the most beautiful person has to draw attention away from one feature and play up another to look her best. The difference is, celebrities have access to the experts who know how to fake whatever is necessary to create that flawless image. In How to Fake Real Beauty, Ramy shares the tried-and-true tricks of the trade. So prepare for the red carpet--whether it's the one in your head or an actual awards show. This guide will teach you how to get ready for your close up and confidently take center stage in any situation.… (more)

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