Are you looking for a way to ignite your romantic life and feel sexy on a deeper level? Author and Colorado esthetician Molly Aldrich advocates getting a Brazilian wax to celebrate yourself and your sexuality. A Brazilian is just one tool in the toolbox of life that allows a woman to declare that she is sensual and sexy. In How to Get the Perfect Brazilian Wax, Aldrich demystifies the waxing process and presents a plethora of information for those interested in Brazilian waxing. She explores issues related to health, well-being, and self-image with sensitivity and passion. This step-by-step guide Explains the different types of waxing procedures Identifies appropriate waxing practices Recommends questions to ask when setting up an appointment Provides suggestions for preparing for the appointment Discusses what to expect during the appointment Describes managing aftercare Answers the (sometimes) embarrassing waxing questions With more than ten years of experience in the waxing business, Aldrich has touched the lives of many women who have taken a step toward recognizing their potential as a woman who is sexy and desirable-a hot goddess.
Think & Date Like A Man is not for the faint-of-heart, the easily embarrassed, or ladies wanting a feel-good session. It's direct, refreshingly real, and at times, down and dirty, just like actual relationships with men!Think & Date Like A Man is for women who are ready to hear the bold, honest, and often times brutal truth, about how and what men-and not just any men, but the most successful and wealthy men think about women. But that's just the tip of the dating iceberg.In this tell-all book, April Masini will take you on a step-by-step journey turning you into that exciting and elusive woman that successful and powerful men want. And if anyone would know, it's April. She has dated (and married!) some of the most successful, wealthy, and famous A-List men. Now she wants to show you how you can, too!Think & Date Like A Man is a combination of April's professional and personal expertise and experiences, her philosophies and strategies, along with her trademark humor and lots of juicy dating tidbits about the world of high-level dating. You'll find revealing insights into the minds of successful, rich, and powerful men, while uncovering the secret to attracting, captivating, and keeping them. After reading this book, you will know so much about thinking and dating like a man that you'll become the dating guru to every single woman who knows you. And the best part is you'll be so confident in yourself that you'll never give a second thought to revealing these tips to the competition. You can't ask for much more from a book than that-well you could, but that would be greedy!
As the Director of EyebrowExperts and Chief Brow & Brazilian Artist, Svetlana Burckhardt has seen it all. Working extensively in the beauty industry, she will literally raise eyebrows in this humorous, educational and inspiring collection of client stories across fourteen brilliant years in the beauty industry, Confessions of a Brazilian Waxing Queen. In a light manner, Burckhardt discusses beauty treatments from the face to "down there" and everything in between. Readers will discover the latest trends in Brazilian waxing, the arch art of eyebrows, and learn and laugh about the best and worst salon experiences along the way. Issues big and small will be covered and the author's contagious optimism and helpful nature will act as a resource for all women providing trade secrets, coveted celebrity trends and a beautiful collection of inspirational messages through her stories. A book that covers the broadest audience, Confessions of a Brazilian Waxing Queen shares the author's stories, beauty secrets and tips, delivering beauty tutorials to women all day long. Burckhardt would like to communicate this message nation-wide to share, inspire and teach.
“For all those girls who...think their hot days are gone, this is the book for you!” —Patti Stanger, star of The Millionaire Matchmaker and author of Become Your Own Matchmaker Let Jodi Lipper and Cerina Vincent show you how to feel sexy, find confidence, and create balance at work and play with Live Like a Hot Chick. From the authors of How to Eat Like a Hot Chick and How to Love Like a Hot Chick comes a witty and irreverent guide to living your best, most-balanced life and getting everything you want and deserve.
This is a follow up book from my first book "The British Aestheticians Guide to Waxing The Twigs and Berries". This book is not written in the regular text book method, but is written in a lighthearted way, with an underlying professional twist. It is a fun, down to earth non-fiction professional manual for licensed individuals within the beauty industry or for beauty/cosmetologist students who are interested in the wonderful world of female Brazilian waxing, salon etiquette, sales and how to increase your tip jar! You will also learn some tips on how to get your clients coming back for more ... so they keep returning back to you! It is a practical yet lighthearted approach to Brazilian waxing on females, but the information spoken about can also be taken to other parts of the body, as the knowledge, application and removal of wax can be used anywhere on the body. Learn about a great take home item for your client to help her with preventing ingrown hairs! The book contains real life stories from experts in the industry as we all have a story to tell! Mistakes can happen as none of us are perfect!
Even before college, Bitsy Lerner had her whole life figured out: marry, have kids, move to the suburbs, and spend heavenly days packing lunches and driving carpools. At age 43, things have gone exactly as planned. With a solid marriage, two great kids, and a darling house, so what if her husband is vague about his business dealings. Or her overbearing mother-in-law finds novel ways to torture her. And her parents radiate constant disapproval. And her friends are shallow. And her daughter’s clothes never cover her navel. And her son spends all his time playing sports. She’s living the charmed life she always wanted. Right? Then, one sunny morning, everything changes. As her husband lies unconscious, an empty bottle of pills on the nightstand, unable to recognize her or the children, Bitsy is forced to answer these questions and more. Why is the mail filled with bank notices and overdue bills? Where are her so-called friends? Why is her son’s school principal suddenly so attractive? And for the first time, instead of wondering when things will get back to normal, Bitsy wonders if things were ever normal in the first place. Come along for the hilarious and poignant ride as Bitsy gets help from the unlikeliest of sources and discovers that all the little “bits” of herself might actually be stronger than she, or anyone, knew. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A Second Too Late Imprisoned for his past mistakes, Angel gets a second chance at life. While Angel attempts to embark on a new journey his past is pulling him in the opposite direction, when a friend from the past introduces Angel back to his old ways. As time passes Angel gets into trouble and is on the run from the authorities with blood on his hand's and money knocking on his door Angel finds himself in the same situation before he was incarcerated the last time.
An uproarious debut that lays bare the complicated generational relationships of Chinese American women. Raucous twin sisters Moonie and Mei Ling Wong are known as the “double happiness” Chinese food delivery girls. Each day they load up a “crappy donkey-van” and deliver Americanized (“bad”) Chinese food to homes throughout their southern California neighborhood. United in their desire to blossom into somebodies, the Wong girls fearlessly assert their intellect and sexuality, even as they come of age under the care of their dominating, cleaver-wielding grandmother from Hong Kong. They transform themselves from food delivery girls into accomplished women, but along the way they wrestle with the influence and continuity of their Chinese heritage. Marilyn Chin’s prose waxes and wanes between satire and metaphorical lyric, referencing classical Chinese tales and ghost stories that are at turns sensual, lurid, hilarious, shocking, and surreal.
We all know language changes rapidly, but to follow along requires an historical view. Chapman's Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition, provides just what is needed to trace the language of today back to its American roots. And make no mistake––this is a dictionary that is purely American, the place where you can trace the development of the American language, in it's highly informal format known as "slang." Some would ask: "isn't the language changing so fast that this book is out of date the day on which it is published?" Although it is true that changes to the language, particularly slang, happen faster and faster in the electronic age, still there is a place for an authoritative, recognized work that keeps track of and compiles the language into an historical document, as this dictionary does. It is true that language changes very quickly; it is just as true that today's slang may be forgotten tomorrow. In recording the changing language, and sorting out what's here to stay from what's coming and quickly going, the Dictionary of American Slang serves a useful and important purpose.
Something Borrowed Emily Giffin The smash-hit debut novel for every woman who has ever had a complicated love-hate friendship. Rachel White is the consummate good girl. A hard-working attorney at a large Manhattan law firm and a diligent maid of honor to her charmed best friend Darcy, Rachel has always played by all the rules. Since grade school, she has watched Darcy shine, quietly accepting the sidekick role in their lopsided friendship. But that suddenly changes the night of her thirtieth birthday when Rachel finally confesses her feelings to Darcy's fiance, and is both horrified and thrilled to discover that he feels the same way. As the wedding date draws near, events spiral out of control, and Rachel knows she must make a choice between her heart and conscience. In so doing, she discovers that the lines between right and wrong can be blurry, endings aren't always neat, and sometimes you have to risk everything to be true to yourself.