With the launch of her newest book, alternative therapist Carol Tuttle is turning long-standing fashion and beauty myths on their head, and helping rescue fashion victims who repeatedly fall prey to the latest trends.
Based around Tuttle's years-in-the-making, breakthrough Beauty Profiling system, Dressing Your Truth identifies four main types of women based on their physical features, body language, personality, and behavior tendencies. Tuttle's system is resoundingly different than any of the fashion/beauty makeovers you've seen in magazines or on TV - instead of just focusing on your outward appearance, it helps awaken your inner truth, bringing a deeper understanding of your true personal style, a better self-image, and a more authentic sense of your own beauty.
Tuttle's healing, therapeutic approach to fashion and beauty teaches how the supermodel standard has failed women, identifies the most common fashion mistakes and shopping tendencies, explains the top seven fashion myths, and much, much more. If you've ever felt defeated in a dressing room, faced a closet full of clothes but still felt you had nothing to wear, or thought you had to be skinny to be beautiful, Dressing Your Truth will be a much-appreciated reality check that will help you discover and celebrate your own, unique beauty.
This book offers the listener the experience of taking the first step in discovering your beauty profile in her Dressing Your Truth do-it-yourself beauty makeover system. The author does not teach you how to dress your truth in this book, but refers the listener to her online Dressing Your Truth learning portal which she created as the complementary learning experience to the book.
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I would recommend this book. But I would tell my friend to get a kindle version. The narration is too quick and it's as if the narrator does not even need to breath. It makes it very hard to truly absorb the information that she is providing.
The narration is too quick and it's as if the narrator does not even need to breath. It makes it very hard to truly absorb the information that she is providing.
I tried to slow down the speed using the speed button but speed lower than 1X - which is 0.75x makes it sound more weird and feels as if the narrator is drunk. Audible, you dropped the ball on this one.
Not quite as in depth as I was hoping. I was hoping to get "its just my nature" through audible but they don't seem to have that one. Still a fine overview of the types but written purely for a female reader.
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