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1920s and 30s Haircutting and Styling

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1920s and 30s Haircutting and Styling

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This book shows the importance of correct, individual hair cutting and styling of the 1920-30s.

2030HASD

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1920's-30's Haircutting and Styling
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Since the entire profession of beauty culture is dedicated to the cultivation of feminine charm and beauty, it is impossible to stress too emphatically the importance of correct, individual hair cutting and styling, artistically designed and expertly executed.

To be an expert hairdresser, you must master all of the various methods of cutting hair. To be an artistic hair stylist you must supplement this ability with a thorough study of individual types, of faces, features and heads. You must understand which lines make for height, which for width; how to minimize natural imperfections; how to make the most of each woman's charms.

Study the accompanying illustrations carefully. Note just how much width or height can be added or taken away from a face and head merely by the proper cutting and arranging of hair to suit the individual contour. Surely it is self-evident how important it is to train the eyes to observe every line and feature of a patron before taking up the scissors, preparatory to cutting the hair, to be a successful hairdresser and stylist.

Emphatically, you are not too old to learn expert hair cutting and styling. Give yourself a chance. In this volume I have tried to include every valuable suggestion, help and instruction I could think of, based on my many years experience. I hope this will give you in a simple way, a thorough understanding of the technique and art of this fascinating profession. But YOU have to study the text and the illustrations. You, yourself, have to put the suggestions into practice. You will be amazed and thrilled with the progress you will make if you keep everlastingly at it.