All Mascara is Not Created Equal by Jessica Landmon Book Review

All Mascara is Not Created Equal by Jessica Landmon is a great book for all mothers to give to their daughters.  This is a combination of God’s words of wisdom and the wisdom of a mother who has raised a young girl.  Jessica Landmon is a great role model for young women and this book is a fun way to see what wisdom she has gained over the years of becoming the woman she is today.

All Mascara is Not Created Equal makes the reader smile.  No matter what you believe in, I believe that every woman and young girl can relate to what Jessica Landmon is trying to convey in this book.  This short read taps into what life is like for a girl growing up and reminds me of the kind of letter a woman would write to her younger self if she could go back in time.  I found myself smiling and nodding as if I completely understood why Jessica mentioned certain tips to the younger women in her target audience.  Jessica tries to get girls and woman to look deep within themselves and make themselves feel good without needing constant reassurance from outside people.  Being a girl is a true gift from God but being a girl is never a walk in the park, especially when you are growing up.  This book is proof that along the way, guidance and love from God is all you really need to get through life’s tough days.

This is the type of book that I would be more than happy to give to my future daughters to lightheartedly convey that I feel her pain.  It is a casual reminder that we are all in this together.  Such a fun read!  I hope Jessica Landmon comes out with another one just like this!

All Mascara is Not Created Equal by Jessica Landmon is a great book for all mothers to give to their daughters.  This is a combination of God's words of wisdom and the wisdom of a mother who has raised a young girl.  Jessica Landmon is a great role model for young women and this book is a fun way to see what wisdom she has gained over the years of becoming the woman she is today. All Mascara is Not Created Equal makes the reader smile.  No matter what you believe in, I believe that every woman and young girl can relate to what Jessica Landmon is trying to convey in this book.  This short read taps into what life is like for a girl growing up and reminds me of the kind of letter a woman would write to her younger self if she could go back in time.  I found myself smiling and nodding as if I completely understood why Jessica mentioned certain tips to the younger women in her target audience.  Jessica tries to get girls and woman to look deep within themselves and make themselves feel good without needing constant reassurance from outside people.  Being a girl is a true gift from God but being a girl is never a walk in the park, especially when you are growing up.  This book is proof that along the way, guidance and love from God is all you really need to get through life's tough days. This is the type of book that I would be more than happy to give to my future daughters to lightheartedly convey that I feel her pain.  It is a casual reminder that we are all in this together.  Such a fun read!  I hope Jessica Landmon comes out with another one just like this!

Very good combination of humor and life lessons!

Great words of wisdom for young women everywhere.

Great book for a mother to give their daughters!

This book is a quick read and offers some great motivation and insights.

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Alyssa D'Urso

Alyssa is an avid reader. She tries to get people's opinions on what their last interesting read was any chance she gets. She lives in the Boston area and thinks it is the perfect place for a bookworm. She holds a Bachelors in Communication and just finished her MBA with a concentration in marketing. She is also starting a certificate in Computer Science this summer. If anyone every has any questions about Alyssa feel free to email her at alyssadurso@gmail.com.


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