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A Year in Fashion: 1911

THE MANUAL ON HAIRDRESSING

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  Selection and Care of Tools

  Hairdressing

  Hair Brushes

  Combs

  Hair Work

 Hackle

 Needle Rooter

 Weaving Card

 Weaving Sticks

 Mounting Machine

 Ventilating Block

 Adjustable Block Holder

  Permanent Wave Outfit

  Marcel Irons

  French Iron

  Electric Iron

  Wave Iron

  Pinching Iron

  Iron Heaters

  Shears

  Hairdressing

  Shampooing, Plain

  Egg Shampoo

  Bright Shampoo

  Dry Shampoo

  Hair Treating

  Clipping

  Singeing

  Hair Coloring

  Dyeing

  Bleaching

  Waving

  Permanent Wave

  Marcel

  Moler Wave

  French Wave

  Curling

  Ringlets

  Straightening Curly or Kinky Hair

  Modes

  Plain

  Fancy

  Children’s Haircutting

  Hair Work

  Hackling Combings

  Weaving

  Mounting

  Ventilating

  Artificial Curls

  Puffs

  Pompadours

  Dressing Pompadours, Front Pieces, Etc.

  Bandoline

  Recipes for Hairdressing

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