I love nothing more than a glossy hardcover or a perfect lip gloss. Books and beauty products, to me, are the ultimate accessories. Not only are there perfect blush shades or must-have mascaras, but there are books that can fill your products obsession as well. These must-reads not only talk about fabulous products but remind us of the importance of inner beauty also… because at the end of the day that is what matters most… although a red lip can’t hurt either! Find out what a beauty blogger reads, now!
Opportunity Knocks by Alison Sweeney
Alex, a California makeup artist, finds her talents tangled with a high-maintenance lifestyle mogul, Hillary P., whose colorful personality and short temper will make this dream job a challenge. Alex knows this opportunity could open lots of doors for her but when a small mishap occurs, Hillary will test Alex in more ways than one.
A Perfect Heritage by Penny Vincenzi
A skincare empire known for “The Cream” is on the demise and its current head, Athina Farrell needs to hire support in the ever-changing world of cosmetics. Cue Bianca Bailey, a savvy businesswoman who goes head to head with Athina to keep the company afloat.
The Regulars by Georgia Clark
Three average looking girlfriends are working and surviving in the concrete jungle. They discover a tincture called Pretty that will turn their average looks into supermodel looks. This new-found beauty starts to change their lives and they start to wonder if good looks are the answer to life and what sacrifices are worth it all?
Jemima J by Jane Green
Overweight Jemima meets gorgeous and hunky Brad online and decides this will be the best time to “re-invent” herself into JJ, who is gorgeous and everything that Jemima is not. He decides they should meet in person and her whole plan is put to the test. Is it worth it to be the swan or is life more satisfying as the ugly duck?
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
Becky Bloomwood has everything you can imagine – all the best beauty products, clothing, shoes – all of it. The problem is her measly job at Successful Saving magazine can’t support this lifestyle until she writes an article that changes her life and affects the people around her.