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French Women Don't Get Facelifts: Aging with Attitude (Hardback)
  • French Women Don't Get Facelifts: Aging with Attitude (Hardback)

French Women Don't Get Facelifts: Aging with Attitude (Hardback)

Hardback Published: 16/01/2014
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In the natural sequel to her international bestseller French Women Don't Get Fat, Mireille Guiliano tackles the delicate subject of aging - showing how women of forty and beyond can 'attack' the upcoming decades with attitude and style. Witty, perceptive and bursting with Mireille's personal experiences, the book covers everything from skincare secrets and fashion tips to the role of relationships and the importance of relaxation. The path to aging elegantly lies in lifestyle choices and attitude adjustments rather than Botox and collagen fillers. After all, while American, Brazilian and Chinese women lead global cosmetic surgery figures, French women don't even make the Top Ten.

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780857521484

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“French Women Don't Get Facelifts”

This light touch exploration of the national differences (particularly French and American) in approach to beauty and well being was predictable but entertaining. I particularly liked the inclusion of recipes. A good... More

9th March 2014
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“Another great book to dip in to!”

This is another great book from Mireille Guiliano, perfect for the 40-something year old woman like myself! It gives tips & advice on how to grow old gracefully and without surgical intervention.
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“Book with 'Attitude'”

I picked up this book because I was intrigued by it’s title only to quickly realise it did what it says on the cover and features a French woman talking about Facelifts. I found the book very monotonous and found that... More

1st February 2014
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