Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust




      Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust
Makeup, skin care, shaving, hair color, periods the tween years are full of landmines for moms As the mom of a tween girl, you know what s coming puberty As your daughter enters the teen years and exerts her independence, will you suddenly seem out of touch Will she turn to her friends for advice before coming to you The tween years present a golden opportunity for you to start a dialogue and gain your daughter s confidence to talk to her about the things she cares about and show her they are equally important to you too How you deal with the sticky grown up issues early on will determine the nature of your relationship with your daughter for years to come No mom wants to hear, Mom, you just don t get me, and you have no idea what I m going through followed by a door slam Erika s comprehensive beauty guide on hair, skin, makeup, hair removal, puberty, and will help you open the doors of communication and give you great bonding activities for you to do with your daughter With Bonding over Beauty, you ll have the knowledge and tools to create bonds that will last a lifetime. Best Download [ Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust ] Author [ Erika Katz ] – heartforum.co.uk

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      Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust
 By Erika Katz IBN : 1608320987 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust
  • Erika Katz
  • English
  • 11 August 2017
  • 1608320987

10 thoughts on “ Bonding over Beauty: A Mother-Daughter Beauty Guide to Foster Self-esteem, Confidence, and Trust

  1. Sara Strand says:

    I will say I was super excited to review this book obviously because I m a mother of a six year old daughter who is now in school It s only been a month or so since school started and I ve already been asked questions about makeup, and she is already very particular on how she wants to look when she gets to school While I cringe at some of the things she wants to wear, I am trying my best to let her develop her own style and sense of being But it s really hard And I am finding that while I I will say I was super excited to review this book obviously because I m a mother of a six year old daughter who is now in school It s only been a month or so since school started and I ve already been asked questions about makeup, and she is already very particular on how she wants to look when she gets to school While I cringe at some of the things she wants to wear, I am trying my best to let her develop her own style and sense of being But it s really hard And I am finding that while I can tell her about makeup and hair and all of these things I would much rather be doing it with her so we establish our own mom daughter time I really hope that in a few years she ll use that time to talk to me about things that are bothering her or ask me questions. instead of asking her friends This book is excellent for that Not only does it give really good infor...

  2. Lenore Webb says:

    You see my College Girl never did like the beauty thing No ribbons, lace, lipstick and such We did not get to roll the hair, have tea parties or do a spa day Instead I had a very smart young lady who wanted to learn and share that with others Hey, I can t complain about that But finally while she is now in college we get to bond with our beauty habits Even though the book Bonding over Beauty was meant to help a mom and her tween bond and learn, I am finding use for it now We both have You see my College Girl never did like the beauty thing No ribbons, lace, lipstick and such We did not get to roll the hair, have tea parties or do a spa day Instead I had a very smart young lady who wanted to learn and share that with others Hey, I can t complain about that But finally while she is now in college we get to bond with our beauty habits Even though the book Bonding over Beauty was meant to help a mom and her tween bond and learn, I am finding use for it now We both have learned how to use different hair styling tools I mean things have changed since I was a teen Back then a blow dryer and hot rollers were the limit Now there are irons to make hair straight, curly or kinky Gosh where to begin Also I finally found out the secrets to plucking my brows and not crying through the whole thing I still prefer wax but oh no, not for College Girl.Erika Katz, the author...

  3. Stephanie says:

    This book was a huge disappointment I read a review in a magazine that recommended this book as a way to stay connected with your daughter, to build self confidence etc, and that it was not a beauty guide But it was totally a beauty guide, and not only that, it seemed as though the audience would be moms from my mother s era, not mine Seriously it was a complete waste of time Once I realized how superficial and condescending it was, I just skimmed it to make sure that I wasn t missing This book was a huge disappointment I read a review in a magazine that recommended this book as a way to stay connected with your daughter, to build self confidence etc, and that it was not a beauty gui...

  4. April Rose says:

    This book gave me many great ideas, and plenty to think about While I rarely took the author s advice to a T , there were many similar options I have now incorporated into my nightly routine with my daughter I think th...

  5. Kari Gibson says:

    Every mom of a daughter needs this book While on the surface, this seems like a beauty book, but it is so muchthan that It is really a book about creating a great relationship with your daughter It actually changed how I parent my daughter Each chapter...

  6. Lacey Conrad says:

    I think this book would be great for a mom who has no clue about beauty, hence the 3 stars Or for a tween to read own her own.

  7. Amy says:

    Would be good for a parenting or teen section.

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