Crafty Girl: Hair: Things to Make and Do

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
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What puts the bounce in a crafty girl's curls? Handmade headbands, beaded barrettes, and sweet-smelling shampoos, all from Crafty Girl: Hair, the latest in our top-selling series for tweens and teens. Uber-crafty girl Jennifer Traig goes big with this complete guide to dazzling tresses. Her handy Product Primer unlocks the mysteries of the beauty supply store, shares styling techniques that would make a hairdresser jealous, and offers up tips on how to keep locks shiny and full. The High-Style How-to's section includes simple instructions for 16 fabulous looks, from the feathery Farrah to the Frou Frou French Twist. The Hair Jewels chapter provides 15 project recipes for sparkly barrettes and other bijoux to embellish those new 'dos, and Hair Potions is filled with recipes for homemade shampoos, rinses, and even temporary hair color. More fun and a lot less money than a trip to a fancy salon, Crafty Girl: Hair is all a gal needs to create looks she'll love.
 

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Section 1
13
Section 2
47
Section 3
75
Section 4
84
Section 5
90
Section 6
97
Section 7
115
Section 8
121
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Jennifer Traig has a Ph.D. in Literature, which is surprising, because in school she spent far more time crafting than studying. She lives, writes, and crafts in San Francisco.

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