BEAUTY IS NOT AN AGE by Eleanor Arnett Nash

BEAUTY IS NOT AN AGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The former clothes consultant at Bonwit Teller's, present vice-president at Gunther Jasckel's, and lecturer provides a guide to grooming which starts with the common sense you're born with and goes on to the clothes sense you can acquire. From some rather ruthless questionnaires which hold a mirror to your assets and shortcomings, this takes up health (rest, diet, etc.), skin care and make-up, hair, hands, feet, voice, figure control, and the many aspects of the clothes you buy; fashion modified to taste; color; furs; hats; accessories; the special problems of the short women- or the tall one; dressing for a job, of travel, or a wedding day.... Demanding, precise, but basic advice for the woman who needs realignment or reassurance.

Pub Date: Jan. 7th, 1952
Publisher: Harper