More from the makeup specialist who dreamed up Designing Your Face. This new book, a look-alike in layout, resembles the first in offering makeup techniques for specific ""looks""--Glamorous, Fantasy, Great American--but goes beyond it in panning for an audience; four of the 15 faces are male. Women can try subtle colors and a slight exaggeration of line for the Natural Face, more dramatic (and trickier) application for an Evening Face. Men willing to experiment with liquid foundation, eye-liner pencil, eyeshadow, and lip gloss can try for a debonair Rhett Butler look or a New Male face (this for the extremist who favors ""what might at first seem spacey or bizarre by conservative standards""). Consider this more outrÃ‰ than the original, but don't doubt its flair: it may have a rosy future anyway.