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For Helena Rubinstein, Cosmetics Key to 'New Power'

Sunday, July 13, 2014

"Beauty is anything but frivolous," said Rubinstein, who built an empire from nothing through essentially inventing modern cosmetics, says Michèle Fitoussi in this excerpt from the businesswoman's biography.

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