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Perfect Hair Everyday

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  2 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Beverly Hills salon owner Nick Chavez shares his tricks of the trade for getting the salon look at home. Packed with essential information and step-by-step instructions for styling, blow-drying, coloring and cutting, this indispensable guide is fully illustrated with photos of real hairstyles on real women. Step-by-step illustrations. 58 color photos.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by QVC Publishing (first published October 2000)
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Rachel
I'm not sure I would have gone to the trouble to review this, except that there is currently ONE review of it here on Goodreads. One! I don't think I've ever seen a book with only 1 review before! So I'm adding my two cents, purely because it seems kind of crazy to be one of only 2 reviewers.

I picked this up randomly from the library (I was searching, predictably, for crochet books--I did not find them, but somehow found myself in a teeny hair and beauty section and figured, what the hey). This
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Abby
How am I the first person to rate this book on goodreads? Don't other people read books completely dedicated to hair products?

So anyway, this book talks the basics of professional hair styling, which guess what?! Oh my heck, I already knew 90% of. How did I figure it out on my own? I don't know. Somewhere along the way I started round brushing my hair. It became easier to make it look acceptable by sectioning it, then I learned to blow dry the roots with my hair upside down for volume. I finally
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