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Free Gift with Purchase: My Improbable Career in Magazines and Makeup
Free Gift with Purchase: My Improbable Career in Magazines and Makeup
Everybody loves beauty products. Even if you think you know nothing about them, or even if you think you hate them, you actually know plenty about them and, in fact, have several of them that you love. You have major opinions that lie barely beneath the surface. Women whomodestly/moralistically claim to “never use all that beauty stuff” are big Clinique ladies, usually with a healthy helping of Neutrogena. —Free Gift with Purchase

From the beloved beauty editor of Lucky magazine comes a dishy, charming, and insightful memoir of an unlikely career. Combining the personal stories of a quirky tomboy who found herself in the inner circle of the beauty world with priceless makeup tips (Is there really a perfect red lipstick out there for everyone? Which miracle skin potion actually works?), Jean Godfrey-June takes us behind the scenes to a world of glamour, fashion, and celebrity.

Godfrey-June’s funny, smart, outsider perspective on beauty has set her apart since she first started writing her popular “Godfrey’s Guide” column for Elle magazine. In Free Gift with Purchase, she invites us into the absurd excess of the offices, closets, and medicine cabinets of beauty editors. From shelves upon shelves of face lotion, conditioner, lipstick, eye cream, wrinkle reducers, and perfume to thoroughly disturbing “acne breakfasts” and “cellulite lunches”; from the lows (a makeover from hell, getting pedicure tips from porn stars) to the highs (the glamour of the fashion shows in Paris, lounging in bed with Tom Ford, a flight on Donald Trump’s private jet, and landing her dream job at Lucky magazine), we see it all.

Like a friend sharing the details of her incredibly cool job, Jean lets us in on the lessons she’s learned along the way, about the eternal search for the right haircut and the perfect lip gloss, of course—but more important, about what her job has meant to her and why she loves what she does, blemishes and all.

From the Hardcover edition.

Everybody loves beauty products. Even if you think you know nothing about them, or even if you think you hate them, you actually know plenty about them and, in fact, have several of them that you love. You have major opinions that lie barely beneath the surface. Women whomodestly/moralistically claim to “never use all that beauty stuff” are big Clinique ladies, usually with a healthy helping of Neutrogena. —Free Gift with Purchase

From the beloved beauty editor of Lucky magazine comes a dishy, charming, and insightful memoir of an unlikely career. Combining the personal stories of a quirky tomboy who found herself in the inner circle of the beauty world with priceless makeup tips (Is there really a perfect red lipstick out there for everyone? Which miracle skin potion actually works?), Jean Godfrey-June takes us behind the scenes to a world of glamour, fashion, and celebrity.

Godfrey-June’s funny, smart, outsider perspective on beauty has set her apart since she first started writing her popular “Godfrey’s Guide” column for Elle magazine. In Free Gift with Purchase, she invites us into the absurd excess of the offices, closets, and medicine cabinets of beauty editors. From shelves upon shelves of face lotion, conditioner, lipstick, eye cream, wrinkle reducers, and perfume to thoroughly disturbing “acne breakfasts” and “cellulite lunches”; from the lows (a makeover from hell, getting pedicure tips from porn stars) to the highs (the glamour of the fashion shows in Paris, lounging in bed with Tom Ford, a flight on Donald Trump’s private jet, and landing her dream job at Lucky magazine), we see it all.

Like a friend sharing the details of her incredibly cool job, Jean lets us in on the lessons she’s learned along the way, about the eternal search for the right haircut and the perfect lip gloss, of course—but more important, about what her job has meant to her and why she loves what she does, blemishes and all.

From the Hardcover edition.

Sexy Heiress Sabrina A. Parisi has a Nice Dad with a Chucky Wallet!

Sexy Heiress Sabrina A. Parisi has a Nice Dad with a Chucky Wallet!
It’s Rumored that the spoiled little brat TV tycoon better known as European heiress’ Sabrina A. Parisi’s daddy is buying a $10 Million home for his little girl in Beverly Hills for her birth day.

The Elegant, Beautiful Parisi yet persistent with taste that is presumably never satisfied seems to be disputing this purchase with her father. the rumored claim is that the home is not up to standards for her, Parisi claiming that 5 bedroom home with 8 baths a 4 garage a 180 degree view of los Angeles and Malibu is not enough for the single spoiled little princess, My ASSUMTION IS THAT SHE LIKES A LOT OF SPACE.

Sexy TV Personality Sabrina A. Parisi Celebrity Summer Vacation

Sexy TV Personality Sabrina A. Parisi Celebrity Summer Vacation
August 2010- Sexy TV Personality Sabrina A. Parisi Celebrity Summer Vacation 2010
in Paestum (The Cilento) in South Italy.

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Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period
The French author of Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period, Paul Lacroix (April 27, 1806 – October 16, 1884) was a prolific writer and self-titled biliophile, suggesting his constant interest in public libraries and books generally. or Bibliophile Jacob, suggested by the constant interest he took in public libraries and books generally. This is one of his serious historical works of interest to historians art lovers and to all those interested in the world in general.

The French author of Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period, Paul Lacroix (April 27, 1806 – October 16, 1884) was a prolific writer and self-titled biliophile, suggesting his constant interest in public libraries and books generally. or Bibliophile Jacob, suggested by the constant interest he took in public libraries and books generally. This is one of his serious historical works of interest to historians art lovers and to all those interested in the world in general.