We follow Lorelei and her best friend Dorothy (the brunette) on their "educational" journey from New York to Europe and back again, the entire time they are pursued by gentlemen of all sorts.
I find Ms Loos's personal story to be more intriguing; screen writer and novelist, she gave us so many stories and worked with all of the big names of her generation.
She is my idol.
And I love how she came up with the idea for this book; travelling with work colleagues and among them was a blonde. The blonde was waited upon and catered for by every gentleman while Loos was ignored. Both women were relatively the same with only a couple of clear distinctions; Loos was smarter and a brunette. From here Lorelei was born. I find Ms Loos to be a fabulous writer when she isn't writing as a blonde and will probably find some of her other works when I am no longer banned from online shopping.
A clever idea however read if you wish to murder your brain cells and become blonde.
P.S No offense to the blondes out there who will read this review.