The Art of Hair Colouring

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Cengage Learning, May 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 144 pages
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Designed for both hairdressing students and experienced technicians, the object of this book is to unveil the visionary world of colour. This book will help you to understand the philosophy, the history, and the power of colour and, perhaps more importantly, it will also show you how, with step-by-step photo sequences, to take the uncertainty and complexity out of colouring hair. David Adams is one of the UKs leading hair colourists and is technical director at the AVEDA Salon in Harvey Nichols, London. His reputation for technical brilliance and innovation in new techniques mean he commands the utmost respect from the industry and trust from his clients. As such, he is the ideal author of a book on hair colouring for his fellow professionals, students training as hairdressers, and those involved in teaching and training.

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David Adams holds a Ph.D in art history education and has taught art history at state universities and art schools for eight years. He has written numerous published articles, essays, and art exhibition booklets. He is currently an adjunct faculty in art history at Sierra College, director of the Center for Architecture & Design Research, and a freelance writer and editor.

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