Haircutting For Dummies
- Paperback | 360 pages
- 189 x 234 x 22mm | 498g
- 29 Aug 2002
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
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Let the scissors fly and cut hair at home
Do you want to cut and style your family's hair, butdon't know where to begin? Relax! This easy-to-follow guideshows you how to get salon- or barbershop-quality results on alltypes of hair - long, short, straight, curly, or kinky.You'll discover how to care for your tools and maintain ahaircut while you trim big dollars off your budget.
The Dummies Way
Explanations in plain English"Get in, get out" informationIcons and other navigational aidsTear-out cheat sheetTop ten listsA dash of humor and fun
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Setting Up Shop: Career Stylists and Kitchen Beauticians.
Chapter 2: Strapping On Your Tool Belt.
Chapter 3: Brushing Up Before You Begin.
Part II: Cutting to the Chase.
Chapter 4: Talking About Texture.
Chapter 5: Tipping the Stylist: You.
Chapter 6: Ending Is Just the Beginning.
Chapter 7: Maintaining Your Professional Cut.
Part III: Getting Snippy.
Chapter 8: Getting Snippy with Women's Short Styles.
Chapter 9: Getting Snippy with Women's Mid-length Styles.
Chapter 10: Getting Snippy with Women's Long Styles.
Chapter 11: Getting Snippy with Men's Styles.
Chapter 12: Getting Snippy with Children's Styles.
Part IV: Letting the Scissors Fly with Advanced Haircutting Techniques.
Chapter 13: Getting to the Point: Compact Cutting.
Chapter 14: Cuddling Up to Clippers.
Chapter 15: Pulling the Plug: Disconnected Shapes.
Chapter 16: Becoming a Free Spirit: Shattered Shapes.
Part V: Keeping the Cooties Away.
Chapter 17: Harnessing Hair Health.
Chapter 18: Knowing the Sticky Stuff and I Don't Mean Hair Spray.
Chapter 19: Cleaning Up Your Act.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 20: Ten Slices of Advice on Cutting Kids' Hair.
Chapter 21: Ten Ways to Keep What the Pros Created.
Chapter 22: Ten Possible Career Paths.
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