HOW TO BE ATTRACTIVE by Joan Bennett

HOW TO BE ATTRACTIVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

She thinks -- and she's right -- that being attractive is essential for wartime morals, and she goes about it with due consideration for limitations of both time and money. Care of hair and skin, make-up and the right choice of color, hands, figure and dieting, cleanliness, clothes, various pointers on social contacts. She goes into what men like and don't like -- Emily Posting and Dorothy Dixing, Competent cousel with just a touch of ""between us girls"".

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1943
Publisher: Knopf