GET pretty in a flash with The Straits Times' latest e-book, Beauty Tips: The Experts' Guide To Looking Good.
Inspired by the many beauty features over the years in the paper's Urban magazine, the multimedia e-book contains fresh new tips and tricks to help you look good.
It is available today on The Straits Times Star E-books mobile app. The e-book is free to download from the Apple App Store for iPad tablets, and from Google Play for Android smartphones and tablets. Or go to http://str.sg/3hu
Beauty Tips is packed with smart suggestions from beauty business insiders which you can refer to for everything from basic skincare rituals to makeup tricks to enhance your eyes.
In total, there are 50 quick tips to up your beauty game.
The e-book is divided into user-friendly chapters focusing on tips for skin, face, eyes, eyebrows, lips and hair. Each chapter offers quick fixes for issues from smudged eye makeup to bad hair days.
Beauty industry insiders offer advice on different makeup looks, such as the fresh-faced nude look or the dewy-eyed K-pop idol look. Makeup artists from beauty companies such as L'Oreal, M.A.C and Shu Uemura explain how you can achieve professional looks at home.
Six female personalities, including MTV VJ Hanli Hoefer and national rower Saiyidah Aisyah, share their beauty rituals.
Learn how sweet-faced Taiwanese singer-actress Ariel Lin keeps her youthful appearance and her secret to a lush head of dark hair.