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Looking through the lens of black business history, Beauty Shop Politics shows how black beauticians in the Jim Crow era parlayed their economic independence and access to a public community space into platforms for activism.
Explores the standards of beauty whether they are universal or incorporate cultural and racial biases. Examines the social impact of beauty in the workplace and as a vehicle for prejudice. Discusses the costs of maintaining beauty standards, including cosmetics, cosmetic surgery, and cosmeceuticals, as well as the role of body image in defining personal beauty.
This full-color, spiral bound supplement to the leading cosmetology textbook in the marketplace, Milady's Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, provides procedures for 10 different texturing and 9 different coloring procedures. This brand new resource showcases textures and colors in step-by-step accuracy making it a fantastic tool for cosmetology students.
Are Your Nails Mild, Wild, or Naked? Find out what your nails reveal about you in Mary Foley’s latest book Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails! Replace feelings of feelings of stress, unworthiness, fear, and frustration with sanity, confidence, and fun--all while doing your nails! You’ll learn: * What your favorite nail color--or naked nails--reveals about you * The real definition of today’s Wonder Woman. It’s so not what you think! * A fun, easy way to give yourself an atta girl without feeling guilty * Why base coat is foundational to healthy nails and a happy life. Who knew? * How becoming more comfortable with change is just one nail color away * Why you should always pick a polish with an inspiring name. And what to do if it’s not. * The key to laughing easily and often, even when chip happens Between the real-life nail color stories, light-hearted explanations, and smile-worthy illustrations, you won’t be able to wait to whip out your nail supplies or stop by a salon to live like your nail color. Better yet, you’ll want to multiply the fun by calling up your girlfriends and throwing your own Live Like Your Nail Color Party!
This new, third edition of Massage for Therapists is a timely and thorough update which continues the tradition of Margaret Hollis' hands-on approach. The book is designed to be a step-by-step guide to the theory and practical application of classical massage.