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AS A CHILD, Sandrine Carliez spent her spare time soaking up the pampering particulars at her grandmother’s beauty salon in France. “I grew up playing with creams and experimenting with lipstick,” says Sandrine, now the global trainer for Guinot Institut Paris. “I listened closely to her secrets and rituals for radiant skin because this is a big part of the life of a French woman. It is part of her education.”

In fact, femmes françaises begin their cleanse-mask-moisturise routine in earnest — as Sandrine did — in their early teens because, on the whole, they prefer a preventative approach to beauty. “If you take the extra step to

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