Great hair Secrets to looking fabulous and feeling beautiful every day

Nick Arrojo

Book - 2008

The hair stylist from the hit TLC show What Not to Wear offers women a complete guide to great-looking hair, sharing his personal styling secrets and offering practical advice on how to avoid outdated styles and unflattering cuts, identify hair type, choose the proper style and color to enhance one's image, and select the right hair care products.

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New York : St. Martin's Griffin 2008.
Main Author
Nick Arrojo (-)
1st ed
Physical Description
xii, 257 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
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Review by Library Journal Review

Readers familiar with the TLC television series What Not To Wear will instantly recognize Arrojo, the man responsible for the hair makeover segment of each episode. With the publication of this book, Arrojo joins costars Carmindy (Get Positively Beautiful) and Clinton Kelly (coauthor, Dress Your Best) in building on the popularity of the show. As an educator and practicing professional, Arrojo has more than 20 years of experience and, aside from his TV work, owns Arrojo Studio in New York. Great Hair reads like an in-depth conversation with your stylist. Arrojo's tone is personable, and his approach is accessible. He explains hairdressing terms and techniques, guiding readers through selecting the right salon to choosing the best styles for their hair types. Also included are chapters about "Problem Hair and Maintenance" and "Special Occasion Hair." Recommended for public libraries.-Meagan P. Storey, Virginia Wesleyan Coll., Norfolk (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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