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Good beauty advice is hard to come by these days. Women are constantly inundated with products that promise to remove wrinkles, reduce puffiness, highlight cheekbones, hide blemishes, and make them look younger, healthier, tanner, and even thinner–but do these products really work? Are they worth the time, money, and effort? Carmindy, makeup artist on TLC's popular show Wh Good beauty advice is hard to come by these days. Women are constantly inundated with products that promise to remove wrinkles, reduce puffiness, highlight cheekbones, hide blemishes, and make them look younger, healthier, tanner, and even thinner–but do these products really work? Are they worth the time, money, and effort? Carmindy, makeup artist on TLC's popular show What Not to Wear, believes that the secret to a great look is to focus on the positive: learn how to enhance your best natural features with sheer washes of color rather than hide under layers of artificial–looking makeup. In The 5–Minute Face, Carmindy shares her beauty philosophy, offering a practical, easy, and always–successful makeup routine that works for all ages and skin types. The steps for achieving the five–minute face–from smoothing on foundation, to slicking on lip color–are simple. But as Carmindy demonstrates, many women don't know which product is right for their skin tones, or are clueless on how to apply makeup for optimal results. Throughout every chapter, she provides valuable advice on perfecting the makeup technique that is right for your face, including product tips and accompanying "toolbox" sections that describe which tools to use with each type of makeup. No matter what your age is, or whether you have porcelain skin or rosacea, Carmindy will help you look fabulous. In addition to the 5–minute makeover, she discusses: •How to Get Brows That Wow: Learn what brow shape best frames your face •What's Age Got to Do with It?: Tricks and trade secrets that keep every woman looking beautiful, from teens to women fifty and over. •Beauty Comes in All Colors: Freckles? Blemishes? Carmindy solves the problems that make finding the perfect makeup for your skin tone difficult. Also includes tips on lash dying for those fair lashes, and lash perming for those who want permanently curled lashes. •The 10–Minute Face: Carmindy shows how to build on the 5–minute face for special occasions. Everything from sexy dates–looking right in all white at your wedding–to the perfect look for a job interview. Accompanied throughout by Palma Kolansky's beautiful photography, The 5–Minute Face is every woman's guide to enhancing their unique and beautiful features with the perfect makeup routine.


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Good beauty advice is hard to come by these days. Women are constantly inundated with products that promise to remove wrinkles, reduce puffiness, highlight cheekbones, hide blemishes, and make them look younger, healthier, tanner, and even thinner–but do these products really work? Are they worth the time, money, and effort? Carmindy, makeup artist on TLC's popular show Wh Good beauty advice is hard to come by these days. Women are constantly inundated with products that promise to remove wrinkles, reduce puffiness, highlight cheekbones, hide blemishes, and make them look younger, healthier, tanner, and even thinner–but do these products really work? Are they worth the time, money, and effort? Carmindy, makeup artist on TLC's popular show What Not to Wear, believes that the secret to a great look is to focus on the positive: learn how to enhance your best natural features with sheer washes of color rather than hide under layers of artificial–looking makeup. In The 5–Minute Face, Carmindy shares her beauty philosophy, offering a practical, easy, and always–successful makeup routine that works for all ages and skin types. The steps for achieving the five–minute face–from smoothing on foundation, to slicking on lip color–are simple. But as Carmindy demonstrates, many women don't know which product is right for their skin tones, or are clueless on how to apply makeup for optimal results. Throughout every chapter, she provides valuable advice on perfecting the makeup technique that is right for your face, including product tips and accompanying "toolbox" sections that describe which tools to use with each type of makeup. No matter what your age is, or whether you have porcelain skin or rosacea, Carmindy will help you look fabulous. In addition to the 5–minute makeover, she discusses: •How to Get Brows That Wow: Learn what brow shape best frames your face •What's Age Got to Do with It?: Tricks and trade secrets that keep every woman looking beautiful, from teens to women fifty and over. •Beauty Comes in All Colors: Freckles? Blemishes? Carmindy solves the problems that make finding the perfect makeup for your skin tone difficult. Also includes tips on lash dying for those fair lashes, and lash perming for those who want permanently curled lashes. •The 10–Minute Face: Carmindy shows how to build on the 5–minute face for special occasions. Everything from sexy dates–looking right in all white at your wedding–to the perfect look for a job interview. Accompanied throughout by Palma Kolansky's beautiful photography, The 5–Minute Face is every woman's guide to enhancing their unique and beautiful features with the perfect makeup routine.

30 review for The 5-Minute Face: The Quick Easy Makeup Guide for Every Woman

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rori Rockman

    I returned this book to the bookstore. I hardly ever return books, even if they are so bad that I stop reading them partway through. But I found this book obnoxious enough that I returned it. You, however, may like it a lot. Let me ask you this. When you stand in line at the grocery store, one of the magazines you probably see on the racks is O, The Oprah Magazine. And I’m sure you’ve noticed that Oprah graces the cover of every single issue. Does this irk you at all? Sure, she’s a self-made woma I returned this book to the bookstore. I hardly ever return books, even if they are so bad that I stop reading them partway through. But I found this book obnoxious enough that I returned it. You, however, may like it a lot. Let me ask you this. When you stand in line at the grocery store, one of the magazines you probably see on the racks is O, The Oprah Magazine. And I’m sure you’ve noticed that Oprah graces the cover of every single issue. Does this irk you at all? Sure, she’s a self-made woman, and good for her for becoming so successful, and when you’re that successful you can do whatever you want with your magazine covers. But do you find it at all arrogant that she’s on the cover of every single issue? If not, then you probably won’t have any problems with this book, either. But if you do, read on. Carmindy’s picture is all over this book. She’s on the cover and the about the author pages, but that’s to be expected. But she’s also sprinkled throughout the book, and the pictures just get more and more gratuitous. There are seven pictures of her pretending to do make-up on the models, obviously pretending because the model is already fully made up and she is grinning away and holding a brush to some random spot on her face. Then later in the book, she drops the pretenses of even pretending to be making these models up and just puts in pictures of her posing with the models she made up. But most peculiar of all are all the full-page shots thrown in that have nothing to do with the application of make-up. There are twelve full-page shots of the author sprinkled throughout the pages of the book. I will grant you that a couple of them are legitimately related to the content of the book. There’s a picture of her in the section on what makeup to wear with blond coloring, and she’s a blond. Of course, that happens to be the only coloring that has pictures of two different models, all other types of coloring are adequately illustrated with just one model, but whatever, it’s still legit. There’s a picture of her demonstrating a bronzed face in the appropriate section, fair enough. But some of the pictures are just completely random. There’s a part on how to do your makeup for a red-tie event. It talks about how to wear red lipstick appropriately. Then you see a picture of her in makeup that is nothing like the one she’s talking about. There’s a two-page spread of her holding her fingers up in the numbers one, two, three, four, and five after she demonstrates the five-minute face. You cannot go more than about three pages without seeing the author’s face. Now if I were a huge Carmindy fan, and I masturbated to her pictures at night, then yeah, maybe I’d like this book. But this book seems almost as focused on the celebrity of the make-up artist as it is on the technique of make-up application, and that just wasn’t what I was looking for. However, I do feel compelled to mention that I tried the five-minute face, and I am actually very impressed with it. Some of it is standard stuff: use concealer to cover flaws, use lip color and blush. Some of it is a little less standard, like using highlighter. And I found her advice on how to do simple eye makeup ingenious. She recommended to completely skip the eyeshadow, and use nothing but some highlighter on your browbone and eyeliner on your upper lid. (Well, okay, she also advised to use mascara, but I am blessed with excellent eyelashes so I skip that part.) And suddenly, in one minute you have great looking, well-defined eyes. Who knew it was so simple? Since I’ve actually started adapting her technique for doing eyes, I feel compelled to give it at least two stars. But I got too sick of looking at her face to rate it any higher than that.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Antoinette

    Carmindy does wonderful work, most people will agree. However, tutorials aren't exactly her strong point. The pictures were beautiful, cut up lipstick makes me smile everytime. I also enjoyed the variety of models she used. Unfortunately, I have a much different take on makeup that Carmindy. I enjoyed her writing about inner-beauty, but it didn't seem much more inspiring that the usual magazine self-esteem boosts. I don't wear makeup everyday, because I don't really care what I look like. I enjo Carmindy does wonderful work, most people will agree. However, tutorials aren't exactly her strong point. The pictures were beautiful, cut up lipstick makes me smile everytime. I also enjoyed the variety of models she used. Unfortunately, I have a much different take on makeup that Carmindy. I enjoyed her writing about inner-beauty, but it didn't seem much more inspiring that the usual magazine self-esteem boosts. I don't wear makeup everyday, because I don't really care what I look like. I enjoy more of the Kevin Aucoin approach. Five minutes is not relaxing, it is still rushed and serving the purpose of looking "acceptable" everyday. Why not add a little fun to your routine? When I sit down with a book to try new makeup techniques I want it to take much more than 5 minutes. Her approach would be good for teens, because it would be almost impossible to overdo any of her looks. Even the smoky eye is a bit conservative, in my opinion. If anything, Carmindy inspired me to put away the tinted gloss and go with the red lipstick, anything else would just be too boring for me.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kellea

    For anyone who is serious about makeup application, this is definitely a book for you. The 5-Minute Face, The Quick and Easy Makeup Guide for Every Woman by Car Mindy is a fabulous, vividly illustrated guide that outlines the basics of makeup for anyone. My favorite highlights of the book are Chapter 4: The 5-Minute Face (What woman doesn't want to be able to do her makeup and look fabulous in 5 minutes, this chapter is a must read), Chapter 5: The Best Makeup Colors for Your Skin Tone (love thi For anyone who is serious about makeup application, this is definitely a book for you. The 5-Minute Face, The Quick and Easy Makeup Guide for Every Woman by Car Mindy is a fabulous, vividly illustrated guide that outlines the basics of makeup for anyone. My favorite highlights of the book are Chapter 4: The 5-Minute Face (What woman doesn't want to be able to do her makeup and look fabulous in 5 minutes, this chapter is a must read), Chapter 5: The Best Makeup Colors for Your Skin Tone (love this chapter because it shows beautiful women of all shades, and Chapter 6: Beautiful at Every Age (I love that she shows us make makeup makes sense and looks appropriate at all ages). Overall, this is a great book with beautiful photography and it would be a great addition to your beauty book collection.

  4. 4 out of 5

    BookCupid

    Sadly, the five minute face makeup guide would be more useful if the steps on how to apply different styles of makeup (bridal, party, black-tie) would be photographed and easy to comprehend. Instead, the book is filled with lists of products redheads and brunettes should buy which in 2014, this is no longer useful since the products are discontinued. I checked.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Corinnagoodwin

    good CLASSIC info about make-up

  6. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    Pretty basic information. Perhaps helpful to those unfamiliar with makeup,

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shirin Abdel Rahman

    One of the best books I 've ever read about cosmology. One of the best books I 've ever read about cosmology.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jana Clinton

    Limelight by Alcone Beauty Guide Jana Clinton Tips & Techniques for the everyday women ~ I love helping women feel confident and beautiful www.NaturalLimeLight.com ~ Jana Clinton Limelight by Alcone Beauty Guide Jana Clinton Tips & Techniques for the everyday women ~ I love helping women feel confident and beautiful www.NaturalLimeLight.com ~ Jana Clinton

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    I really liked this book, for a few reasons: A-I'm not all that skilled with makeup, so it had a lot of really good tips B-It not only breaks down makeup styles for age, but also for skin type, hair color, eye color, etc. C-It has how-to styles for both day and night makeup styles D-It also has a lot of good tips for general skincare Possibly the best part of this book is the shopping guide in the back of the book. It goes through every single face shown in the book and tells you exactly what product I really liked this book, for a few reasons: A-I'm not all that skilled with makeup, so it had a lot of really good tips B-It not only breaks down makeup styles for age, but also for skin type, hair color, eye color, etc. C-It has how-to styles for both day and night makeup styles D-It also has a lot of good tips for general skincare Possibly the best part of this book is the shopping guide in the back of the book. It goes through every single face shown in the book and tells you exactly what products they used for it. They not only list pricier products, but ones that you can easily find at Target/Ulta/Walgreens, for those of us who don't have hundreds of dollars to spend on makeup. I would definitely recommend finding an older edition of this book. I originally checked this book out from my library to read and try it out and the shopping guide in the back was much more comprehensive. The copy that I bought on Amazon had a different shopping guide that included the Carmindy by Sally Hansen line. I plan to go find the library copy and note the previous brands in my copy so that I have both the recommendations with Carmindy's new brand, but the old recommendations too. I would recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with makeup, especially for a professional work look. If you've ever had issues with finding good products to use with your skin or skintone, give this book a try because it has some great tips!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    The book was less helpful than I was hoping for, although I guess it still gives some decent basic tips for the makeup-challenged (like myself), although I felt like I got just as many helpful tips by googling for online advice by Carmindy. It was hard to see exactly how the steps were contributing to change the look of the models because they were all perfectly airbrushed to start out with (as mentioned in a previous review). And I am a super fair-skinned person with slightly reddish but mostly The book was less helpful than I was hoping for, although I guess it still gives some decent basic tips for the makeup-challenged (like myself), although I felt like I got just as many helpful tips by googling for online advice by Carmindy. It was hard to see exactly how the steps were contributing to change the look of the models because they were all perfectly airbrushed to start out with (as mentioned in a previous review). And I am a super fair-skinned person with slightly reddish but mostly brown hair. Light brunette? Well, I didn't feel like I fit in with either the tips for porcelain-skinned redheads (with bright orange hair, apparently!) or brunettes (which were definitely of the more typical dark-haired, medium-skinned variety). So even though there were tips for the 3 hair colors plus "Asian", "Mocha", "Dark Skin" and "Olive", I ended up feeling left out. Basically I was just hoping for some serious transformations, a-la What Not To Wear, but there were no amazing before and after photos that left me inspired that anything fantastic (yet quick and painless) could be done to my own face.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chaundell Monn

    This book changed my life! I have always had trouble with figuring out how to use make-up to enhance myself without wasting money while trying to experiment with stuff. This book is so awesome because she goes through by different categories (hair color, skin tone, etc..) and lists colors that would look great, products to use (a high end and a low end priced products) and goes through step by step through each process. I struggle with acne even at 27 years old and she recommended a certain type This book changed my life! I have always had trouble with figuring out how to use make-up to enhance myself without wasting money while trying to experiment with stuff. This book is so awesome because she goes through by different categories (hair color, skin tone, etc..) and lists colors that would look great, products to use (a high end and a low end priced products) and goes through step by step through each process. I struggle with acne even at 27 years old and she recommended a certain type of facial cleanser for my skin type and I could see a difference within days! I'm also asian and she addressed how hard asian eyelashes are to deal with(seriously!) and she recommended this eye lash curler that I went out and bought and it was changed my life literally! I can actually curl my eyelashes in a respectable amount of time and they actually look cute in the end. I've bought her make-up products (which she mentions in her book, but also recommends other brands if you don't want/can't find her brand) and they are awesome. They work great and are worth the money. I am no longer scared to play with my make-up and I owe it all to Carmindy!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sonja Isaacson

    I have been putting off returning this book in the hopes that an occasion will come up to try one of the "Special Occasion Looks." I like that she breaks it down to bare minimums in what to wear. Though it still takes me more than 5 minutes to do all she wants. She does have sections suggesting colors for skin tones and also what to try or change at various stages in life. I think her lists of products could be a little more extensive, but she does include a high and low price point option for s I have been putting off returning this book in the hopes that an occasion will come up to try one of the "Special Occasion Looks." I like that she breaks it down to bare minimums in what to wear. Though it still takes me more than 5 minutes to do all she wants. She does have sections suggesting colors for skin tones and also what to try or change at various stages in life. I think her lists of products could be a little more extensive, but she does include a high and low price point option for some types of products. There are a lot of photographs, but I would almost like more how-to images than all the final look type photos. While this was a great book and I wouldn't mind buying it, I do want to see how some of Carmindy's other books compare.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Overall, this is a pretty good guide for the basics of make-up. She gives tips for a wide range of skin types and occasions, and there's a great "shopping guide" at the end to point you in the right direction. On the other hand, the tutorials in some parts were lacking. I tried using the brow shaping tutorial, and I quickly realized that the instructions were not specific or realistic enough to actually implement, and the photos next them were nearly worthless. I also wish there were a section c Overall, this is a pretty good guide for the basics of make-up. She gives tips for a wide range of skin types and occasions, and there's a great "shopping guide" at the end to point you in the right direction. On the other hand, the tutorials in some parts were lacking. I tried using the brow shaping tutorial, and I quickly realized that the instructions were not specific or realistic enough to actually implement, and the photos next them were nearly worthless. I also wish there were a section covering make-up tools for ignorant people like me who have never heard of a concealer brush. But I am glad I own this book. It should be a great resource for everyday and special occasion looks.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristie J.

    I really liked this basic step-by-step book for applying makeup to look your best. I've never worn much makeup, never really learned how to apply it properly, and am generally confused about how to pick out colors that look best on me. However, as I get older, I feel like wearing makeup will become more necessary to look professional at work. Carmindy gives good, practical advice accompanied by beautiful pictures. I'm planning to try her 5-step face technique which sounds do-able. I really liked this basic step-by-step book for applying makeup to look your best. I've never worn much makeup, never really learned how to apply it properly, and am generally confused about how to pick out colors that look best on me. However, as I get older, I feel like wearing makeup will become more necessary to look professional at work. Carmindy gives good, practical advice accompanied by beautiful pictures. I'm planning to try her 5-step face technique which sounds do-able.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mamabear

    Just got this book today. I love it already! Buying and putting on makeup has always been difficult for me, what kind? what color? how much? what works? what doesn't? I already know from reading the Table of Contents and paging through the book that it is worth every penny to me!! A very good reference book to keep on hand. Just got this book today. I love it already! Buying and putting on makeup has always been difficult for me, what kind? what color? how much? what works? what doesn't? I already know from reading the Table of Contents and paging through the book that it is worth every penny to me!! A very good reference book to keep on hand.

  16. 4 out of 5

    nicole

    I bought this one with the Tim Gunn book as a style pick me up. I really liked that she tells you what brands to use and even gives you the exact colors that are suited for your skin type, hair color, etc. Except that I tried to find some of the products she recommends and they no longer make a bunch of them which kind of defeats the purpose.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    I love make-up. I don't wear it as much as I used to, but I still enjoy it. I thought this book was a quick guide to what is generally best for different types of skin and people. It was interesting. If you watch What Not to Wear, then most everything that is in the book has been mentioned on the show, if not...you might be interested. I love make-up. I don't wear it as much as I used to, but I still enjoy it. I thought this book was a quick guide to what is generally best for different types of skin and people. It was interesting. If you watch What Not to Wear, then most everything that is in the book has been mentioned on the show, if not...you might be interested.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Madeleine

    TCL Call #: 646.72 CARMINDY Hmmm - this was OK as far as a makeup book goes. A bit to simplistic in the explainations so that I got left thining "What? Where exactly?" But then I'm not the biggest brainiac when it comes to makeup. But then that's what the book is supposed to help with, right? Much prefered Kevin Aucoin's book. TCL Call #: 646.72 CARMINDY Hmmm - this was OK as far as a makeup book goes. A bit to simplistic in the explainations so that I got left thining "What? Where exactly?" But then I'm not the biggest brainiac when it comes to makeup. But then that's what the book is supposed to help with, right? Much prefered Kevin Aucoin's book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    AdultNonFiction Teton County Library

    TCL Call #: 646.72 CARMINDY Madeleine - 2 stars Hmmm - this was OK as far as a makeup book goes. A bit to simplistic in the explainations so that I got left thining "What? Where exactly?" But then I'm not the biggest brainiac when it comes to makeup. But then that's what the book is supposed to help with, right? Much prefered Kevin Aucoin's book TCL Call #: 646.72 CARMINDY Madeleine - 2 stars Hmmm - this was OK as far as a makeup book goes. A bit to simplistic in the explainations so that I got left thining "What? Where exactly?" But then I'm not the biggest brainiac when it comes to makeup. But then that's what the book is supposed to help with, right? Much prefered Kevin Aucoin's book

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

    This was an okay read. I was expecting to learn something from this book but, unfortunately, I didn't. It just seemed like basic information. I am a beauty vlogger so I do know more about makeup than some people which made me decide to give it 2 stars. If I didn't know much about makeup, I would probably like this more. Too basic and not what I was looking for. This was an okay read. I was expecting to learn something from this book but, unfortunately, I didn't. It just seemed like basic information. I am a beauty vlogger so I do know more about makeup than some people which made me decide to give it 2 stars. If I didn't know much about makeup, I would probably like this more. Too basic and not what I was looking for.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

    This book is one of the most helpful books I have ever read (in terms of makeup). It saves me so much time in the morning! I actually photocopied a page out of the book and posted it beside my vanity so I can refer to it without having to flip through the book everyday! She explains things in great detail and I found in very helpful!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Awww, Carmindy seems so sweet on WNTW (and if you don't know that acronym, you might not be the target audience for this?), but this book was really dumb. I mean she seems sweet in the book too, but it's actually more trite than I expected it to be, and it's a "quick and easy makeup guide" so I feel like my expectations weren't really that high. Awww, Carmindy seems so sweet on WNTW (and if you don't know that acronym, you might not be the target audience for this?), but this book was really dumb. I mean she seems sweet in the book too, but it's actually more trite than I expected it to be, and it's a "quick and easy makeup guide" so I feel like my expectations weren't really that high.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cristin

    This ain't a laughing matter. Although Carmindy only has one perky name, she knows her craft! This is quite a handy book for those who fall prey to common vanity...It will make you proud to walk out of your humble abode in the morning...looking classy and feeling rather good. This ain't a laughing matter. Although Carmindy only has one perky name, she knows her craft! This is quite a handy book for those who fall prey to common vanity...It will make you proud to walk out of your humble abode in the morning...looking classy and feeling rather good.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Allanna

    Not a bad read for a beauty book. It's really pretty basic, but with the title, you'd expect that, right? Carmindy's goal is to highlight the good in every woman's face, to showcase the beauty that is innate. She also has some nice guidelines for how to change one's make-up routine as one ages. Not a bad read for a beauty book. It's really pretty basic, but with the title, you'd expect that, right? Carmindy's goal is to highlight the good in every woman's face, to showcase the beauty that is innate. She also has some nice guidelines for how to change one's make-up routine as one ages.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    This is the Best makeup book ever! Carmindy knows exactly what is needed for a flawless yet natural look. There's no guessing at the makeup counter. In the back of the book there is a chart with the names and manufacturer of the cosmetic picked out for your skin tone and facial structure. This is the Best makeup book ever! Carmindy knows exactly what is needed for a flawless yet natural look. There's no guessing at the makeup counter. In the back of the book there is a chart with the names and manufacturer of the cosmetic picked out for your skin tone and facial structure.

  26. 5 out of 5

    BookMaus

    Carmindy's makeup advice in this book is acutally very usable. Her five-minute face is one of the more realistic I've seen. I really like the section about looks for different colorings, and also one for different age decades. It's easy to follow and packed with lots of great advice and ideas. Carmindy's makeup advice in this book is acutally very usable. Her five-minute face is one of the more realistic I've seen. I really like the section about looks for different colorings, and also one for different age decades. It's easy to follow and packed with lots of great advice and ideas.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Great tips for formal occassions and every day life. Carmindy isn't trying to sell products, she's actually trying to simplify your life by telling you to either use multi-tasking products, or eliminate certain ones altogether. Very helpful for any woman of any age. Great tips for formal occassions and every day life. Carmindy isn't trying to sell products, she's actually trying to simplify your life by telling you to either use multi-tasking products, or eliminate certain ones altogether. Very helpful for any woman of any age.

  28. 4 out of 5

    j

    Nothing super complex, but a great primer (especially for the clueless like me!). Be sure to check the appendix--she includes product suggestions for every look, including one expensive and one drugstore brand for each product.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kalyn

    Informative for someone like me who doesn't know anything! The tutorials were a little hard to understand and I still don't see how her 5-minute face can take only 5 minutes unless you have lots of experience putting on makeup. It would take me considerably longer. Informative for someone like me who doesn't know anything! The tutorials were a little hard to understand and I still don't see how her 5-minute face can take only 5 minutes unless you have lots of experience putting on makeup. It would take me considerably longer.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katharina

    Loved it. Learned several things I didn't learn from Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual: For Everyone from Beginner to Pro ;) Loved it. Learned several things I didn't learn from Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual: For Everyone from Beginner to Pro ;)

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