Cozy's complete guide to girls' hair
Cozy Friedman with Sheryl Berk.
New York : Artisan, c2011.
Styling girls " hair is easy with advice from the owner of Cozy "s Cuts for Kids. Little girls love to have pretty hair, and parents and grandparents can spend hours trying to achieve the best styles for their daughters. This book gives an insider "s look at how to make the task trouble-free and fun for both girls and their caretakers. An expert on hair care ”with a chain of children "s hair salons and a nationwide line of hair products for kids ”Cozy Friedman shares her years of training to give each girl the best look to fit her style and personality. Starting with a hair identification guide, the book recommends the products, methods, and tools for each hair type from curly to straight. Expert advice includes step-by-step instructions for how to cut hair at home and how to fix bad-hair days. Best of all, there are wonderful styles (with clear directions on how to achieve them) for girls " everyday hair, dress-up dos, and fantasy looks, and even suggested styles for babies, too. Chock-full of color photographs, the look-book aspect of Cozy "s Complete Guide to Girls " Hair will appeal to both girls and their parents. Grown-ups can browse through photographs of more than thirty different hairstyles and choose one that works best for their little girl!
Pro hair care : salon secrets of the professionals
Alexandra Friend & Sheridan Ward.
Richmond Hill, Ont. : Firefly Books, 2010.
The essential guide to hair care from a seasoned professional hairstylist.Pro Hair Care is a comprehensive guide to hair health and hairstyles that provides sound advice and shows readers how to create a wide range of looks. Sheridan Ward and Alexandra Friend describe everything from what the ingredients in shampoos and conditioners actually do to how to remedy every common hair problem.They reveal everything people want to know about their hair, inside and out, including: Basic products and equipment Hair to suit different face shapes and skin tones Essential techniques Basic hairstyles Hairstyles for special occasions Hair accessories Coloring Hair care tips for children Hair care tips for menHundreds of color photos illustrate the author's expert advice and show readers how to achieve professional looks at home, with sections on how to tease hair, how to attach hair extensions and much more. Special tips and know-how from the pros highlight the step-by-step instructions.
Curly like me : how to grow your hair healthy, long, and strong
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2010.
The simple secrets to growing your curls healthy and long.Tightly curly hair isn't like any other type of hair, and it needs totally different care to make it happy.Do you spend countless hours-and untold dollars-on weaves, perms, salon visits, and products that promise to change, heal, or make your hair more manageable, only to end up even more frustrated? Do you wrestle daily with hair you can't get a brush through? Do you struggle to keep from hurting your child when you comb through her tight curls? Would you like to grow your tightly curly hair long and healthy?If you answered yes to any of these questions, this book was written for you. It gives you the information and techniques you need to celebrate-not fight against-your very curly hair. You will learn how not only to care for your curls, but to cherish them, all the while saving time, effort, and money.Curly Like Me is the off-the-grid, do-it-yourself owner's manual for tightly curly hair: Learn how to wear your own curls in their natural curl patterns Over 250 photographs and illustrations Includes the best products, tools, ingredients, curl-enhancing hairstyle ideas, tips for growing out your perm, and more Shows you pain-free techniques on how to comb and style your curls or your child's curls Over thirty easy, curl-enhancing hairstyle ideas, tips for growing out your perm, and more Helps you save money by avoiding costly treatments, products, marketing misinformation, and frequent salon visits so you can enjoy your own curls without pain, chemicals, or the use of weaves or extensions The story (with lots of photos) of Teri's journey from hair broken by relaxers, texturizers, improper care, trying to force it to conform, and fighting her weave addiction to finally understanding her own curls. Now her natural hair reaches to her hips.End your struggles with misunderstood, damaged hair and begin your journey to thriving natural curls. Applying the ideas and information in this book will show you how to love your hair the way it really is. Curly Like Me empowers you to take back the care of your hair so you can let your own beautiful curls shine.Teri LaFlesh spent nearly thirty years working to find a way to make her curls happy. Not wanting anyone else to go through with their hair what she did with hers inspired Teri to create the popular Web site TightlyCurly.com and to write Curly Like Me.
The politics of black women's hair
London, Ont. : Insomniac Press, c2009.
Dr. Althea Prince follows up her earlier collection of essays (Being Black) on Black cultural life with this important new collection. This book sensitively charts Black women's journeys with their hair: how it is perceived, judged, and graded on the yardstick of mainstream society's standards of beauty.
Vintage hairstyling : retro styles with step-by-step techniques
Denver, CO : HRST Books, c2009.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199).