THE HAIRDO HANDBOOK by Dorothea Zack anle


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(YA) rom the editor of Hairdo Magazine comes this helpful book on how-to-hairdo. Items for the complete coiffeuse: how to decide on a style suitable to face structure and body type: how to find a hairdresser and make one's manners in the salon; how to maintain the hairdo at home. This entails the proper equipment, listed; know how, offered with illustrations which form the bulk of the book. Clues on permanent waves, color, wigs, switches, and hairpieces, taking care of children's hair (with storybook heroine hairdos): advice for teen do's and not to do's; a word to the men and on being gloriously gray are all a part of the kit. For the twin who has the Toni...and her sister.

Pub Date: Aug. 7th, 1964
Publisher: oubleday