|Title:||Elizabeth Arden: Cosmetics Entrepreneur (American Dream)|
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Home Nancy Shuker Elizabeth Arden: Cosmetics Entrepreneur (American Dream Series). Grade 9-12- An interesting, readable biography of a determined woman, this book will appeal to teenagers involved in women's studies, business, or fashion. She does an excellent job of relating Arden's life to the world around her, and smoothly integrates information on historical and cultural events, high society, daily life, and notable personalities into the text. On the negative side, Shuker repeatedly uses terms such as emollient, Francophile, and haute couture without definition. A description of how the Arden company operated is missing (and missed), and there is a dearth of personal photographs (most relate to the beauty business in general).
Elizabeth Arden, the American Dream by Nancy Shuker is a truly riveting biography of the life of the famous cosmetics entrepreneur Elizabeth Arden. I read this book for a school project and loved it! It told many interesting and unknown facts that can keep a reader waiting for more. It told information from the tinest basics such as about one of Elizabeth's earlier jobs as a bank teller,to exactly how she decorated her very first salon. This book was exciting and fun to read. I recommend this as a top biography.
Elizabeth Arden was instrumental in the development of the modern cosmetics and beauty salon industry. She was also an astute businesswoman. Elizabeth Arden was born in 1878 in Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada. Her parents had emigrated to Canada from Cornwall, United Kingdom in the 1870s. Her father, William Graham, was Scottish, and her mother, Susan, was Cornish. Growing up in poverty, she was not able to finish high school but instead drifted from one job to another. In 1908 she moved to New York, where her brother lived
She lived by her mantra, "To be beautiful is the birthright of every woman. Miss Arden created skin care products that benefited, not masked, the skin.
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Elizabeth Arden: Cosmetics Entrepreneur (American Dream Series). Miss Elizabeth Arden is a must-read for anyone involved with the cosmetic industry. Miss Arden did it, she really did! This book gives great insight into her journey.
We celebrate the beauty of ambition and we believe in proof, not promises. Elizabeth Arden was a strong supporter for women and girls through advocacy and philanthropy. That is why we proudly partnered with UN Women to support their efforts of gender equality. We believe Equal Pay is a fundamental issue for women. At the end of the day, equal work deserves equal pay. 11. Meet the Power Couple.
Elizabeth Arden is an American cosmetic and skincare entrepreneur who opened her first salon in 1910. She believed that women around the world must be given the opportunity to beautify themselves through the use of makeup and skincare. She advocated the use of these cosmetics as a proper etiquette for all ladies thereby breaking the stereotype that using makeup is associated with lower classes and prostitutes.