Women on Skin Care, Makeup, and Looking Their Best
Beauty—unlike fashion—is something almost anyone can participate in and still have stellar results: the moisturizer that Emma Roberts buys at Whole Foods is just as accessible to any other 26-year-old.Skin Deep is an in-depth look at the surprising role that beauty plays in our lives, the large or small amount of work it involves on a daily basis, the money spent, the time taken, and what it means to everyone from ballet dancers to musicians, models to powerful entrepreneurs. You’ll learn how Kylie Jenner gets Instagram-ready; the preferred face mask of supermodel Natalia Vodianova; what beauty staples Olympian Allyson Felix uses off the track; and exactly what makes Martha Stewart’s skin-care regimen cost $2,000.
Including 10 new subjects, alongside favorites like Gwyneth Paltrow, Priyanka Chopra, and Anna Kendrick, plus sidebars and photography, Skin Deep takes an intriguing look at contemporary beauty, not only through entertaining celebrity interviews, but with in-depth guidance from names like Christophe Robin and Patrick Ta, as well as other beauty experts, and through Shapiro’s own look at popular trends—for both a sense of context and a wealth of applicable beauty advice.
Praise For Skin Deep: Women on Skin Care, Makeup, and Looking Their Best…
“'Skin Deep' is the utmost authority on all things beauty related, and where every brand, celebrity, and entrepreneur covets to be featured. Bee [Shapiro] . . . is a brilliant writer and knows more about the beauty industry than anyone I know.”
— Bobbi Brown
“Bee Shapiro’s New York Times column is my keyhole into the medicine cabinets of so many women I admire. This collection allows me a voyeuristic peek into their toilettes and is a bonding reminder that to get the dermis you deserve, you need a little time to yourself.”
— Jill Kargman
“This book is a powerful force in beauty with some of the most inspiring and talented women and men. I’m honored to be part of it and am excited for the accessibility that it offers. We should use this as an opportunity to celebrate each other’s beauty.”
— Jen Atkin
Abrams, 9781419726668, 256pp.
Publication Date: September 12, 2017