THE MASTERS WAY TO BEAUTY by George & Norma Lee Browning Masters

THE MASTERS WAY TO BEAUTY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Masters is the man who transformed Lynda Bird on Oscar night, a superstar in the Saks salon who's done Marilyn and Rita and Cyd and Ann-Margret and countless others he's blessed with appointments. Like the Warren Beatty character in Shampoo, he's been (upright) in some of the best bathrooms, and like Truman Capote, he doesn't hesitate to tattle and titillate--without the fictional accoutrements. You can pick up Mae West's regimen--a daily enema, swallow Merle Oberon's morning clove of garlic, or duplicate Jennifer Jones' three Renoirs over the tub. A gossipy touch-up to read on the flight from Gstaad to Grosse Pointe.

Pub Date: April 18th, 1977
Publisher: Dutton