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Clémence von Mueffling’s Book Shares Secrets From Three Generations of French Beauty Editors

Beauty is in Clémence von Mueffling’s blood.
Von Mueffling, who founded the web site Beauty and Well-being, is the daughter and granddaughter of former Vogue Paris beauty editors, Lorraine Bolloré and Regine Debrise. While von Mueffling can’t share her stellar gene pool with the general public, she is divulging a lifetime of beauty advice in her first book, “Ageless Beauty the French Way: Secrets From Three Generations of French Beauty Editors,” out this June from St. Martin’s Press.
Von Mueffling’s literary debut leaves no part of the body unspoken for, covering advice for everything from the hair, skin and feet to the importance of posture and breathing. Inspired by the beauty routines of the 39-year-old author, her 69-year-old mother and 88-year-old grandmother, the book breaks tips into three key age brackets — Jeunesse (20 to 35), Pléntitude (35 to 55) and Maturité (55 and older).
“Many women [in their 40s and 50s] don’t find enough advice on how to take care of their skin and hair,” said von Mueffling, who got her start in beauty on the business side, working for European giants including Clarins, Dior and Puig before starting Beauty and Well-being in 2014. “The idea was to write a book and include

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