What’s better than one amazing lifestyle advice book? A second one included, all about makeup, for a cheaper discounted rate than buying them separately! First, read Keli Lenfield’s “Everyone Is A Supermodel.” A woman’s – or man’s – total package isn’t only about what you look like. Keli Len?eld learned this lesson firsthand when her Paris modelling agent placed her on an unhealthy diet of orange juice and water. Since then, she has fought to make “diet” a naughty word in her vocabulary and yours. “For whatever reason, we all have something about ourselves we don't like. I figure this is one of the cons of being part of the human race,” she writes in her first book, Everyone Is A Supermodel: Secrets For Any Career Based On My Modelling Experiences. “How we were born gets painted, prodded, wax, buffed and injected to either look like someone else or believe we will be happier when we look in the mirror." But there is more to making it in life than a body confidence pep talk. You need to impress a potential boss, prepare a positive social media image, craft an impeccable resume and nail a job interview. Then, Nicole Russin-McFarland walks you through makeup tips she learned from modelling in the beauty sector and, in the past, hiring makeup artists to teach her the tricks of the trade when she wanted to do her own makeup. In contrast to other makeup guides, “Beauty Is Not In The Eye of The Beholder” is an honest discussion about what makeup can and cannot do.