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Title: Everyday Makeup Secrets
Author: Daniel Klingler

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Makeup Secrets
by Daniel Klingler

A member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.

I would like to dedicate this book in
loving memory of my grandmother
Mary Klingler Hilliard, my
grandmother Catherine Wilson, my
sister Lori Klingler Chittendon, and my
dear friend John Albinger. I feel all of
you every day. Lastly, to my foundation,
my concealer, my love ... Jay P.

Have you ever looked at a makeup
application in a book or magazine or on
the internet and attempted it, only to find
it wasn’t successful? Are you
overwhelmed by all the makeup options
at stores, to the point you don’t know
where to start? In Idiot’s Guides:
Everyday Makeup Secrets, I share all
you need to know to create your best
face, plus secrets on making your own
products, fixing different makeup issues,
and more. Whether your products and
tools are high end or simply from your
local drugstore, the tips and secrets I

share with you will allow you to create
a beautiful look you’ll be happy to show
This book follows the principles of art
and design, meaning each makeup
application is defined by the art
principles of color, shape, space, and
form and the design principles of
harmony, balance, proportion, and
emphasis. So while there are many ways
you can do your makeup, I focus on the
tools and information you need to create
the most flattering look on yourself.
To start, you get a primer on what you
need before applying makeup—from
getting and maintaining your makeup

tools to prepping your skin. I’ve then
broken down each feature by chapter so
you can zero in on its role in your
makeup and what you need to make it
look its best. I close with 10 classic
makeup looks you can try. From a natural
look to a metallic smoky eye, these looks
have stood the test of time and are
varied enough that you’ll be sure to find
one you like. You can then use what
you’ve learned about your unique
features to translate any look to your
own face.
Whether you read the book cover to
cover or use it as a reference guide, I
hope it helps to simplify makeup for you.

Please feel free to reach out to me at
neckupdesign.com if you have questions
about a product or application. Most
importantly, remember, it is not makeup
that makes you beautiful; it is you that
makes makeup beautiful!

I have to start by thanking my childhood
friend and acquisitions editor Janette
Lynn. Thank you for trusting me with this
book and for checking off the last box on
my bucket list! Thank you to my editor,
Kayla Dugger, for being so sweet and
patient. Becky Batchelor (senior
designer and photographer), thank you

for working so hard and for being so
excited about this project with me.

When creating a full-color book, one
realizes they need back-up! This book
went up another level with Lindsey
Williams ( crazypretty.com) as lead
makeup artist. Lindsey, thank you for all
of the phone conversations! Thanks to
Ashley Heiney for saying yes when I

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