The supermodel and author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller No Lifeguard on Duty tackles the perils of looking perfect and offers commonsense advice about how to feel good about yourself no matter what
Everything About Me Is Fake is a fast, funny, name-dropping, sexy read about how even the world's first supermodel doesn't feel close to perfect and never did--despite appearances to the contrary. This book explores how women spend their lives striving for the unattainable, trying to look like they walked off the pages of a magazine with Jennifer Aniston stick-straight hair bouncing in the breeze and Cover Girl smiles hiding the pain. She discusses why we need to feel perfect, and how our pasts, our unattainable ideas of beauty (thanks to Hollywood), and male expectations all collude to make women feel like they should be perfect.
Filled with anecdotes from her personal life that will shock and entertain, as well as concrete beauty tips that she learned while modeling, that will help anyone feel better in a matter of minutes, here is a book that no woman should miss.Binding Type:
8.50h x 6.20w x 0.69d