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Haircutting For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-05384-3
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360 pages
March 2011
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Introduction.

Part I: Spreading Your Farrah Fawcett-Like Wings.

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.

Index.

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