The often hilarious and often poignant story behind Dal LaMagna's rise in the beauty industry. Full of inspiration, conscience and good ideas for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs everywhere.  How 
relevant is Dal's book for today's 
entrepreneur?  Find out!

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> From John Perkins, author of "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" and "Hoodwinked" Dal LaMagna's story is not only eloquent and insightful; it is also an enlightening expose on how to bounce back from failure and succeed in a failed economic climate. A college professor once told a class I was in: "The only difference between a person who ultimately fails and one who succeeds is that the latter has failed one more time and tried again." "Raising Eyebrows" is a magnificent testament to this philosophy. This is an easy to read, often funny book that, like stories told by the Buddha, carries a great deal of sage advice.  
> Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things. dan  
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from David Aldrich  Whatever way you slice it, your book is remarkably rich and well-rounded. You need not know the guy, or even care about the product, to find it all wonderfully entertaining and informative -- and informative for a life beyond business. Dal you have honed the right voice for promoting social responsibility -- one that doesn't sound self-serving or sanctimonious, or awkward.

 
> Dal’s improbable success after many failures is a lesson for all of us not only about business but about life. Dal tells his story in a delightfully humorous “no holds barred way” and shares what he has learned about creating a business that benefits society as a whole. This is a really good read. Dal rocks. -- Ben Cohen, Co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s