Feeling groovy

Donahue, Kelley
March 1996
American Salon;Mar96, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p74
Looks at how stylist and hairdressers create texture in hairstyles. Use of bleaches; Relaxer services to retexturize hair; Introduction of the `crosscentration' technique; Clipping falls to telegraph texture; Perms; Products to use.


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