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It is so easy to get stuck in a routine and just make do, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Author and renowned fashion stylist Angela Stone understands the fashion and beauty industry inside and out and she knows how to make women look and feel great! How to Become a More Confident Woman will talk you through the greatest confidence-building, styling, and beauty decisions you can make. You will learn how to apply the most flattering makeup, how to dress for success and how to handle social occasions with confidence and poise. How to Become a More Confident Woman is a great gift idea or treat for yourself. Filled with tips, tricks, and know-how, this is an absolute must have for all women.
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At 14 years of age Angela Stone became a successful model working with top retailers and fashion designers throughout New Zealand and was a recognised name and face for Ballantynes, Kimberleys, Glassons, Bendon, Adidas, Knights of NZ, Arthur Barnetts, LWR, Charade and many more companies. At 17, Angela was asked to join New Zealand's largest model agency "Maysie Bestall-Cohen" in Auckland and became a well known model tutor. At 18 years of age, Ms. Stone moved to Australia to pursue her modeling career in Sydney and Melbourne. A model agency asked her to join them in Milan, Italy, and signed her up for an opportunity of a lifetime. Her international modeling career spanned three years working on many fashion shows and assignments throughout Europe in Barcelona and London. As her 21st was approaching, she came home and opened her own model agency, Portfolio Model Agency Ltd which became the top model agency in Christchurch. As the director of the model agency she produced many events, modeling competitions and fashion shows throughout the South Island - The Bendon Model of The South Competition and many more events. At 27 Ms. Stone sold Portfolio Model Agency Ltd to start her family. She then started working as a fashion stylist under Angela Stone Consulting Ltd. The success of this business has grown rapidly in the last 10 years. She is now the fashion co-ordinator Addington and Riccarton Races for New Zealand Cup and Show Week. In June 2010, she set up a styling school called StyleYou in Christchurch. In November 2010 StyleYou has opened in Auckland. At StyleYou, she is training others to become fashion stylists in the fashion industry.
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