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Title:
Going gray, looking great! : the modern woman's guide to unfading glory
Author:
Jewell, Diana Lewis.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
xv, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
"A Fireside book."
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780743246804
Format :
Book

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Summary

IT'S A BEAUTY REVOLUTION!Silver is in! So is pewter, charcoal, platinum, and ice. Discover the glory of gray in this first-of-its-kind beauty bible that celebrates the ease -- and the very modern allure -- of gray hair for women of all races, all hair types, and every shade of gray.Find out all the ways to go from fade-out to fabulous in this practical guide to looking healthy, young, and vibrant, whether you have frosty strands or a mane of pure white. Filled with indispensable advice and insider tips from top salons and beauty experts, this book will help you:• Decide if gray is right for you• Color, camouflage, or not• Spice up salt-and-pepper• Bring the glow back to your skin• Choose the right wardrobe and makeup colors• Change your attitude, change your looks• Find a style that works for you• Try dazzling special effects• Keep your hair shining, healthy, and fuss free


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Library Journal Review

Everyone knows at least one woman who wears her gray hair with style and panache, and this timely book explains how she does it. Graying is not the traumatic event that it used to be: aging baby boomers are still insistent on being themselves, and wearing their gray proudly is part of that. As related by Jewell (coauthor, Making Up by Rex), going gray is not as simple as leaving hair alone and going about everyday life. It's important to be sure that one's makeup and wardrobe complement the gray to prevent a washed-out complexion. Jewell discusses different hair cuts, highlights, and the importance of getting and maintaining shine. With accompanying color charts, product lists, and pictures by celebrity photographer Freed, this book will quell baby boomers' qualms forever. Recommended for comprehensive beauty collections.-Susan B. Hagloch, formerly with Tuscarawas Cty. P.L., New Philadelphia, OH (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.