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Read My Lips: A Cultural History of Lipstick
Meg Cohen Ragas (au); Karen Kozlowski (au); Veronique Vienne (in)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Lipstick: Itís an icon, a turn-on, an international symbol of the feminine mystique. This is the book for everyone whoís ever fallen for the allure of painted lips or bought, borrowed, or stolen a tube of Five Alarm Red. A scenic tour of a lush landscape, it celebrates the one cosmetic women canít live without. For a device of such small dimensions, lipstick has inspired great feats. This book records them all -- from Cleopatra, who enhanced her hue with henna, to Paloma Picasso, who donned her trademark red at the tender age of 3. More than lip service, these colorful pages include lipstick lore, art, literature, & photography, as well as memorable Hollywood moments & an inside take on the history, bus., & psychology of painted lips.
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