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Ugly BeautyChanging product lines such as Avon and Mary Kay Ugly Beauty resonates as well with its implications for modern culture as we enter an era when haute couture and cosmetology exert an ever powerful influence upon society at large. Well written and engrossing company histories that probe personal ambition in nuanced context of a time period that saw both huge upheavals of war and restructuring of European business This opened a door for American beauty products in the empire that the tireless Helena Rubenstein had already been building across national borders The story becomes complicated and shot through with irony as Brandon astutely combines it with the company history of L'Oreal founded by a French chemist whose strange ideological passions led him to the Nazis and collaboration in Vichy And behold in our time the wonders of mergers saw the joining of the Rubenstein brand born of the Polish Jewish diaspora to the never graying miracle of better living through chemistry offered by Eugene Schueller's company l'Oreal The oddness of this synthesis of lovely complexions and tainted past was only revealed when some staffers turned out to have served serious prison sentences in France for collaboration and Arab business interests objected to the Rubenstein branches in Israel This is not the politics of beauty one might expect but show that business history can be just as interested and twisted as the plot lines of Ugly Betty

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Ugly Beauty Summary ë 102 ✓ [KINDLE] ✽ Ugly Beauty ❁ Ruth Brandon – Gwairsoft.co.uk From acclaimed novelist and cultural historian Ruth Brandon comes a captivating dual biography of the legendary founders of the cosmetics industry Helena Rubinstein and Eugène Schueller creator of L From acclaimed novelist and cultural historian RuFrom acclaimed novelist and cultural historian Ruth Brandon comes a captivating dual biography of the legendary founders of the cosmetics industry Helena Rubinstein and Eugène Schueller creator of L’Oréal Brandon’s gripping. I feel like I don't want to buy any L'Oréal

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And sometimes disturbing story of gender power and politics stretches back from the darkest days of World War II to the emergence of the modern fashion and makeup industries with magazines such as Vogue and Cosmopolitan and game. The first part was a bit interested and readable so that's why i give 2 star But after that was just tendentious opinions of the author In short for me was a waste of time