A Step-by-step Guide to Cutting, Perming, and Highlighting Children's Hair
Punches Productions, 1989 - Self-Help - 128 pages
Even if you have no knowledge or experience of cutting children's hair, this book can teach you how to cut just about any child's hair. This step-by-step haircutting guide to the six basic haircuts can be used for all types of hair, whether long, short, thick, fine, straight or curly. Haircutting for girls and boys is identical, the only variables being length and angles. Exploration is part of the adventure.
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