Cat Ellington’s review of Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women

Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for WomenBeauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women by Angell Kisses

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Whether you’re a seasoned health and beauty connoisseur (like yours truly), or a neophyte to the dual topic (welcome to the club!), Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women is yet another must-have self-help reference collection for you.

Because no singular woman can ever own too many self-help beauty guides, or have too much knowledge about the art thereof, Angell Kisses, author of the very stunning compilation momentarily under review, shares with those of our beauty-buff kind 55 tips (hence the subtitle) detailing the what-to-dos and the what-not-to-dos in order to obtain—and maintain—perfect skin, strong, healthy nails, lustrous hair, and overall good health.

This one-hour, thirty-minute long read—well-searched as it is—provides the reader with a very interesting set of health and beauty gratuities that cover everything from the foods and drinks that do wonders for your complexion, hair, and nails to those vittles and beverages that wreak havoc on the same. And many of them may even surprise you.

Have you ever wondered what the most complimentary fragrance might be for your body’s very own unique chromosome? You can find your answer in this fun-filled Kindle Edition. As many of us already know, (fragrance) notes that wear well on one woman may not be suitable for another woman. For example, while Chloé (another of my all-time favorite fragrances) may scent beautifully on me, it’s sweet honeysuckle notes might reek very unpleasantly from the arterial pulsations of the next woman. And where patchouli may wear quite well on the next woman, patchouli scents awfully on me—at least as a top note. Strange as it may seem, the oil of patchouli only does my chemistry justice when formulated as a bottom note. This is the very exciting complexity of fragrance. And here, on the pages of Angell’s admirably composed reference, the reader can learn the technique of fragrance pairing along with a host of other highly enjoyable beauty lessons, including the secret to longer eyelashes, breast enhancement tricks, foot care tips, ingrown hair treatments, pimple prevention, facial exercises, shampoo recipes, tooth whitening tips, nail color tips, weight loss tips, and so much more.

If you absolutely love to possess a multitude of health and beauty knowledge then Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women comes loftily recommended. For the collection is not bound to disappoint—no, not even the veteran or the novice.

Five radiantly beautiful stars.

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Author: Cat Ellington

Aside from her life as a public figure with dual careers in entertainment as a multi-genre songwriter/composer in the music industry, and as a casting director of feature films in the motion picture industry, Cat Ellington also moonlights in the art world as a professional art model, and in the field of literature as an author of expressive poetry. In her private life, on the other hand, Cat Ellington, founder of the blog 'Reviews by Cat Ellington', is an impassioned bookworm who loves to both read and review novels of literary fiction and nonfiction--hence her adored leisure as an artistic member of the two social cataloging sites, Goodreads and NetGalley. A creative habitant in the film industry, Cat Ellington, just as much a zealous movie buff as she is a bookworm, also contributes her insightful film reviews and ratings to the online social networking service, Letterboxd, as well as to the online databases, IMDb and TMDb, where she is featured both professionally, and in general profile.

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