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The ultimate Australian guide for beauty and make up.

This make up book will help you gauge your skin type, tells you what products will suit and shows you how to apply everything; from foundation to eye liner to blush. Simple camouflage tricks of the trade to cleansing routines, false lash application to the ideal make up kit, pro make up by heidi is every woman's one stop shop to looking great.

Published: Heidi Yi on
ISBN: 9781458139306
List price: $4.95
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