Every lady desires to be beautiful, and it is the duty of every woman to be as attractive as possible. All may enhance their charms and be lovely by following the directions of this book. Few persons kw how to improve their natural looks so as to captivate, charm, and win the admiration of those whom they meet. This book tells the wonderful secret-all the ancients ever knew, and all that has been discovered since. It teaches how to wonderfully improve the person in loveliness. The real secret of changing an ordinary looking person into one of great beauty makes this book of great value. Nature does something for us, but art must make the perfect man or woman. This is a reprint of a book published in 1896, so things have changed since then, but the advice is interesting, useful, and sound nevertheless.