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Stylist and trichologist Lisa Akbari tells women what happens to their hair, why it's happening and what can be done about it to keep a beautiful head of hair for a lifetime. ...
Stylist and trichologist Lisa Akbari tells women what happens to their hair, why it's happening and what can be done about it to keep a beautiful head of hair for a lifetime. Tips in this book apply to all types and styles of hair and include:
--You don't have to sit back and take it-how to proactively keep your hair beautiful
--How to control and care for graying hair
--How permanent is a permanent?, and other chemical questions
--Getting to the bottom of it all . . . how to have a scalp half its age
--Maintenance, loss prevention, and how to have younger hair in 7 weeks
And much more . . .
Chapter One: What's Happening to My Hair?
Chapter Two: How Does Aging Affect My Hair?
Chapter Three: How Do I Create a Foundation for Healthy Hair Growth?
Chapter Four: How Does My Hair Grow, and Why Do I Lose It?
Chapter Five: How Do My Scalp and Strands Become Dehydrated?
Chapter Six: What Can I Do about Hair Loss and Thinning?
Chapter Seven: Will Trimming Make My Hair Grow Faster?
Chapter Eight: How Can I Get a Younger Scalp?
Chapter Nine: What Do I Need to Know about Treatment?
Chapter Ten: Can I and Should I Add Hair? And How?
Chapter Eleven: How Can I Protect My Hair While Exercising?
Chapter Twelve: What Can I Do about Gray Hair?
Chapter Thirteen: What Do I Need to Know about Hair Coloring?
Chapter Fourteen: What If I Want to Straighten or Curl My Hair?
Index About the Author
Lisa Akbari is the founder of the Hair Nutrition and Research Center, writes a monthly column and hosts a radio program as well as her own cable television show. She has worked on the hairstyling teams of the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants and lives in Memphis, TN.
Posted October 14, 2013
I am not a haircare professional and was hoping to come up with ideas I could share with my stylist. Except for the cover, there is not one single picture of a head of hair, a strand of hair, or even a picture of a split end...not one!! I would expect any book dealing with something as tactile as hair would be loaded with pictures. Lots of what to do and not to do. If that is what you are looking for here, please save your money. This is one of the diffiiculties of the NOOK, not being able to take a quick glance at what to expect. Your money would best be spent on some nice informative hairstyle magazines.
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