Get Gorgeous: Twenty-One Days to a More Beautiful, Confident You
Written by Christel Vatasso and Pascal Loperena
A seasoned duo of modeling agents offers a three-week program to identify your best personal style with daily activities to transform you into your most beautiful self—from the inside out. Two fashion-industry experts share tips gleaned from years of coaching newly discovered talent, turning them into the unforgettable faces we admire on runways and in the fashion press. Model scout Christel Vatasso and talent manager Pascal Loperena lead the reader through twenty-one days of beauty challenges that begin—surprisingly—on the inside. Start by building self-confidence—through recognizing your own uniqueness and turning it into your beauty asset. Prune your closet, identify your color palette, and design mood boards to establish your signature style. Daily challenges address everything from posture to accessorizing and include tutorials for mastering hair, beauty, and skin-care techniques. Drawing on their extensive contacts, the authors interview experts in every domain to give readers the tools they need to transform their look. Numéro Magazine editor-in-chief Babeth Djian explains how to spot the season’s hot trends and incorporate them as accessories into your look. L’Oréal makeup artist Karim Rahman provides an easy homemade face mask for a glowing, smooth complexion. And fashion photographer Ellen Von Unwerth offers tips for looking your best in every selfie. Nothing’s better than knowing you look and feel sensational; this positive, life-affirming guide offers all the tools. Readers can join headliner stars in the massive social-media beauty-challenge book launch.
About The Author
Christel Vatasso ran Ford Models and Woman modeling agencies in Paris. She was a photographer’s agent at Management Artists Organization and worked at Version Femina and Numéro.
Pascal Loperena, celebrity and model agent, is former art director at Ford Models Paris and worked with IMG Models. His photographs have appeared in Figaro and L’Obsession.