The beauty editor of the Ladies' Home Journal gives you the answer, in concrete form, which is better than the average self help books. Two thirds of the book is devoted to interviews with various men from various strata socially, on their views of women. Bachelors, foreigners, employers, doctors, lawyers, the men who ""serve and ob-serve you,"" coiffeurs, shoe salesmen, etc. The principal items of a well-done-up woman are obvious, --voice, skin, hair, make-up, figure, clothes, dancing. A few tips on types. The woman in the home. The last third is given to concrete advice, how to make the most of your assets. Casual style, sometimes entertaining -- random notes in intimate vein. There are many other books in the field, but it is a new start and a good title.