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Beautylicious!: The Black Girl's Guide to the Fabulous Life

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Plenty of successful guides have been published for hip girls in general, but now the trendsetting black reader has a book of her own. Dedicated to chic sisters everywhere, Beautylicious! shimmers with wit and soul—an irresistible new recipe for loving, playing, and beautifying with verve. Chapters include:

• Soul Power: Sizzle with radiance from the inside out
• Queen Me: T
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 30th 2003 by Broadway Books
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If I could accurately grade it. It was a 2.5 out of 4. I found the tone of writing very ignorant at time and only meant to be read by the "Urban Girls" as the author puts it. I'm African American but I found it hard to continue thought this book. Hopefully other books that are geared to the African American community will not sound as ignorant as this one. Good points but the tone of the book is put offish

However I do like the book list and will be looking into reading them in the near future.
Interesting and fun read about the perception of beauty from a black woman's experience, but I could have done without the 'make sure your brotherman isn't on the DL so you don't get AIDS. This book was published in 2004, there is no excuse for that kind of ignorant speech. I think the author should have suggested women practice safe sex rather than list stereotypes on how to spot if a person is gay.

Just makes the fact that I borrowed it from a gay man and found a condom wrapper as a bookmark t
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