I love a good beauty book, but even for a skincare obsessive like me, there are only so many ways you can be told how to wash your face. So in this book review I turn to three beauty titles that also expand beyond the classic realm of the beauty book.
What do you love most about books? For me it’s that they take me on a journey, transporting me to another universe and teaching me something new. These books help me to continue expanding my knowledge of the beauty industry, but do so by taking the reader on a journey.
After 15 years of beauty industry experience, I finally feel confident enough to consider myself a beauty expert. The authors of the beauty books reviewed here are all experts in their field, built from years of learning through personal experience, from their career, or both.
The next instalment of beauty book reviews offers a little twist: it’s beauty but not as you know it. From stepping away from unattainable beauty trends to beauty seen through the lens of a stand up comedian, here are three books that offer a different perspective.
I’ve been smashing my new year beauty resolution to read more beauty books. So after joining my very first book club 12 months ago, here are what my book recommendations would look like if I set up a beauty-dedicated book club.
Working in the beauty industry for me isn’t just a job, it’s a career. Which is why I continue to expand my beauty knowledge with an ever-growing reading list of beauty books. Here I share reviews of the three titles I enjoyed this month.