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Want to look your best and feel great too? Look and feel like a Hollywood starlet. This how-to guide is written by a top magazine editor who used to be in charge of Bliss and Just Seventeen. She’s spent years editing beauty pages and seeing all the latest tips and products. Now she brings you her best insights on looking irresistible and feeling positive. Hair and skin, exercise, healthy eating, brainpower, emotions and confidence are all covered. Plus: pick up the real-life tips of celebrities like Selena Gomez and Marilyn Monroe. Us girls swear by it.

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Date published

September 6th, 2012

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  • 192 pages


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  1. Fairy thumb 11

    on 8 March 2014

    I love this book it’s very truthfully and positive u should really read it

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    on 9 February 2013

    As a father of two young daughters trying to make it in the world, this book makes me want to cry. You’ve published a reduction of all a young girl can be to how “gorgeous” they can look. To all concerned – and I’m looking straight at you “Fiona Foden” or whoever you really are – no doubt a team of product creators thinking about sales and market share – you really must have died a little to publish this book. So sales might keep you in Sunday brunches at your local gastro pub, but it’s at the cost of belittled, dumbed-down girls across the nation who will spend a lifetime worrying about their looks, their weight, and every other impediment to them feeling “fabulous”. You must be so proud.

    1out of 5
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    on 9 February 2013

    Thank you so much for writing this book – I can now explain to my mum what I’d rather be doing than studying. Thanks also for the ‘sister’ or should I say ‘brother’ book aimed at my brother ‘How To Be Clever’. I’m not quite sure what you’re trying to tell me about my previous attempts to get an education, but thanks goodness I didn’t waste too much time on my education before the futility of this for a girl was pointed out to me!

    1out of 5