|Cover artist||Kevyn Aucoin|
|October 4, 2000|
|Preceded by||Making Faces (1999)|
Aucoin's portrait subjects include Julia Roberts, Sharon Stone, Martha Stewart, Tori Amos and Aucoin's own mother. Little, Brown reported a 275,000-copy first printing (compared to 164,000 for his last book, Making Faces), and the publishing company had already ordered three more press runs by the end of the month, for a total of 425,000 copies.
A 12-page excerpt from the book ran in the October 2000 issue of InStyle magazine. The magazine also hosted a release party in September 2000. Oprah devoted a full episode to the book on October 6, of that year and Aucoin appeared on the Today Show on both October 10 and 11.
- "New Titles This Week". The New York Times. Retrieved August 30, 2014.
- Donahue, Dick (October 16, 2000), "behind the bestsellers". Publishers Weekly. 247 (42):24
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