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Cozy's Complete Guide to Girls' Hairby Cozy Friedman
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Selection of the Children's Book-of-the-Month ClubStyling girls' hair is easy with advice from the owner of Cozy's Cuts for Kids.
Little girls love to have pretty hair, and parents and grandparents can spend hours trying to achieve the best styles for their daughters. This book gives an insider's look at how to make the task trouble-free and fun for both girls and their caretakers.
An expert on hair care--with a chain of children's hair salons and a nationwide line of hair products for kids--Cozy Friedman shares her years of training to give each girl the best look to fit her style and personality. Starting with a hair identification guide, the book recommends the products, methods, and tools for each hair type from curly to straight. Expert advice includes step-by-step instructions for how to cut hair at home and how to fix bad-hair days. Best of all, there are wonderful styles (with clear directions on how to achieve them) for girls' everyday hair, dress-up dos, and fantasy looks, and even suggested styles for babies, too.
Chock-full of color photographs, the look-book aspect of Cozy's Complete Guide to Girls' Hair will appeal to both girls and their parents. Grown-ups can browse through photographs of more than thirty different hairstyles and choose one that works best for their little girl!
About the Author
Sheryl Berk has been a contributing writer to Martha Stewart Weddings, InStyle, and New York Daily News. Books she has collaborated on include Britney Spears' Heart to Heart and Colin Cowie's Legendary Weddings.
Inspired by a friend's tale of a little nephew's tearful visit to a grown-up hair salon, Cozy Friedman had the idea of creating a salon where kids are the priority, not a nuisance. After earning her barber's license, she opened the doors to her first salon on Madison Avenue in New York City, Cozy's Cuts for Kids. Fifteen years later, Cozy--now a mother of two--provides stress-free cuts and styles for New York kids, including the children of many celebrities, in her three salons. Her hair product line, So Cozy Hair Care for Children, is distributed nationwide.
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