How to Look Expensive has ratings and reviews. Andrea Pomerantz Lustig has spent twenty years as a beauty editor, and her contact list is packed. I’ve known Andrea Pomerantz Lustig for a few years now. I forget how we got in contact, but once I met her, that was it. There was an instant. Praise. “Full of beauty tips, tricks and artists’ secrets, in How to Look Expensive, veteran beauty editor Andrea Lustig helps real women determine exactly what.

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More about Andrea Pomerantz Lustig. I have dark brown hair, brown eyes with grey rims and pale sk This is a nice idea for a book and I really like Andrea Pomerantz Lustig. Stay in Touch Sign up. Feb 05, Pinky rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 16, Melissa rated it it was ok. It’s a solid guide to the uninitiated or otherwise uninterested who want to learn how to present themselves better, and it seemed well-researched, without any glaringly inaccurate missteps in terms of skincare science or current fashion.

In How to Look Expensive, she combines A few interesting tips but mostly what I should have expected from a Glamour columnist. It’s a anndrea article extended to a book.

liok Andrea Pomerantz Lustig No preview available – As an added bonus, she shames a whole bunch of girls called the Rich B’s, of course. Aug 07, Pages. Open Preview See a Problem?


It is not that I don’t at all care, I just don’t care a Somehow I thought this was a fashion book didn’t pay attention to the subtitleso was startled to find it’s an entire book about hair, skin, and makeup. What are some of your tips for looking expensive on a budget? This approachable, authentic book is chock-full of tips for every woman to look beautiful and chic without breaking the bank.

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Jan 15, Kayla rated it liked it Shelves: Another thing I splurge on is skin care. I had a wealth of beauty knowledge to share, amazing tips, secrets and andrez from working as a beauty editor for the past 20 years and an inbox full of expensive beauty advice and relationships with all the top celebrity beauty experts.

Glamour ‘s “Beauty Sleuth” reveals tricks of the trade to help you look fabulously high-end—in any economy. From Teeth to Toes and Everywhere in Between. Sep 29, Amber Lea rated it it was amazing.

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Mar 10, Bloodorange rated it it was ok Shelves: Aug 19, Anny Veddes rated it it was amazing. Same old advice you’ve seen in every magazine since the beginning of time. Plus she doesn’t seem to give much advice to people without long blonde hair, white skin, and a really fat wallet. There are a few tips but really not worth it to buy or read this book. I forget how we got in contact, but once I met her, that was it.

Andrea Pomerantz Lustig has spent twenty years as a beauty editor, and her contact list is packed with the names of the most exclusive stylists in the business. Alone based on the title I wish I could say, someone gave it to me as a gift.


Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Oct 03, Minna rated it liked it Shelves: These brushes are just as good as ones sold for much more per brush from makeup artist lines at department stores. Very few fresh insights or specific d was a disappointing read although it did have a few nice illustrations.

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Feb 01, Kari rated it it was amazing Shelves: I must be the only woman on the planet for whom the much-vaunted Nars Orgasm blush loook does nothing. Pomerajtz thing that has stuck with me is the technique of lining your eyes with shadow. In How to Look Expensive, she combines her own experience with highly coveted secrets she’s learned from the experts to help readers achieve buttery highlights, luminous skin, flawless makeup, and more, all on a budget.

So the book was a useful reminder of my priorities. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Or in this case, the lack of them.