Face Forward Paperback
by Kevyn Aucoin
Make-up artist Kevyn Aucoin's faces appear in editorial features, fashion shows, music videos and advertising campaigns as well as on the covers of virtually every major magazine. In this follow up to the highly successful MAKING FACES, he once again astonishes with his incredible transformations of famous and ordinary people and demonstrates how anyone can have a variety of different 'faces'.
Working with a whole new cast of famous faces, he turns Celine Dion, Julianne Moore, Sharon Stone, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Lopez and many others into their most beautiful, glamorous, and intriguing selves. He applies his make-up magic to non-celebrities, and for each of them comes up with two or three new looks. For each and every face, both famous and not, he provides step-by-step instructions and illustrations. With this gorgeous and practical book, anyone can 'face forward' with confidence and style.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 176 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
- Publication Date: 01/11/2001
- Category: Cosmetics, hair & beauty
- ISBN: 9780316287050
Showing 1 - 5 of 5 reviews.
Review by banshea
A wonderful book detailing the effects of makeup on the face, and how to apply it to reach different ends. My favorite section is the series of celebrity look-alike photos. Martha Stewart transformed into a blonde bombshell, Gwenyth Paltrow made over as James Dean, and many more. You've got to see it for yourself, and you still might not believe it!
Review by Bridge714
Fun book of famous faces done by a true, and sadly missed, artist. Includes an unrecognizable Gwyneth Paltrow and stunningly unrecognizable Martha Stewart. Also, some fun photos of Tori Amos, among others
Review by MiaAndPatrick
This book is amazing. Some of the transformations are stunning.
Review by MsNikki
An amazing artist and an amazing book. It's at its best when you use it for inspiration, rather than as a text book. But it is full of useful tips. Highly recommended
Review by marguerlucy
I didn't enjoy quite as much as Making Faces, but it is still worth having for any makeup artist or fan of fashion.