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Examines the history of black-owned barber shops in the United States, from pre-Civil War Era through today.

Nothing defines a person like their hairstyle ? and what a century it has been for hair! Bangs, bobs, buns, beehives and bouffants have vied with pixie cuts, pin curls, perms and pageboys for ascendancy in an ever-changing parade of ladies' looks and trends, and amongst the men we've seen caesers, comb overs, ducktails, faux hawks, flattops, quiffs and slick backs. From the Edwardian era through the seismic changes of the 1920s and '60s, and including every quirky twist hair history took on its way to the turn of the millennium, this book is a lush visual survey of a hundred years of hairstyles.

Introduces the profession of hairstyling, including its history, tools, training programs, and areas of specialization.

After signing a contract to teach history to children of the American Occupation Forces in Nagoya, Japan, Ms. Meg Lowe traveled out of Missouri for the first time. After arriving by ship in July 1949, Meg spent time both in adventurous sight-seeing in the exotic land and in socializing with fellow Americans, both singles and couples. Having grown up with a deputy sheriff dad and his sensitive detective work, her background alerted her to nefarious dealings, sometimes happening at her very feet.

Country music’s greatest mullets, bobs, beehives, and bouffants collected together in one entertaining volume, illustrated with dozens of color and black-and-white photographs. "The higher the hair, the closer to god." From mullets to mustaches and teased hair to bobs, country singers each have their own distinct looks which enhance their performance and image. Some wear hats and others wear wigs. Some follow the trends and others set them. Some have stylists on the tour bus and others rely on God and hair-spray. As Dolly Parton famously said, "People always ask me how long it takes to do my hair. I don’t know, I’m never there." As country has grown in stature and popularity since the 1960s, country musicians have evolved their music—and their hairstyles and fashion as well. Industry insider Erin Duvall takes fans on a lively tour in this entertaining history that combines interviews with famous hairstylists and fifty of country music stars’ best ’dos, including 1990s mullet king, Billy Ray Cyrus. While business in the front and party in the back may be outdated today, twenty years ago it was one of country’s defining styles. In Country Music Hair, Duvall tells a tale of the day the mullet died and the rumor of the strong emotional reaction from the "Achy Breaky Heart" singer’s young daughter, Miley, who desperately pleaded with him to keep his mane. A fantastic and fun trip down memory lane, Country Music Hair is a must for country listeners and pop culture fans.

"Fashion Cultures" draws together in one volume the disparate areas of discussion to examine fashion's relationship to film, photography, commerce and gender politics.

From the unforgettable teacher Jessamyn Stanley comes Every Body Yoga, a book that breaks all the stereotypes. It's a book of inspiration for beginners of all shapes and sizes: If Jessamyn could transcend these emotional and physical barriers, so can we. It's a book for readers already doing yoga, looking to refresh their practice or find new ways to stay motivated. It's a how-to book: Here are easy-to-follow directions to 50 basic yoga poses and 10 sequences to practice at home, all photographed in full color. It's a book that challenges the larger issues of body acceptance and the meaning of beauty. Most of all, it's a book that changes the paradigm, showing us that yoga isn't about how one looks, but how one feels, with yoga sequences like "I Want to Energize My Spirit," "I Need to Release Fear," "I Want to Love Myself." Jessamyn Stanley, a yogi who breaks all the stereotypes, has built a life as an internationally recognized yoga teacher and award-winning Instagram star by combining a deep understanding for yoga with a willingness to share her personal struggles in a way that touches everyone who comes to know her. Now she brings her body-positive, emotionally uplifting approach to yoga in a book that will help every reader discover the power of yoga and how to weave it seamlessly into his or her life.

How do you do? My name is Gertrude-no, Betsy-no, Mrs. Claus-no. Okay. Tonya Letha Lagonda, but you can call me Golly. Come with Marcia 'Clementine' Manis as she takes you on her unique ministerial journey in Hats, Clowns, and Miracles. Marcia exposes some of her most vulnerable moments in her story-moments that include heartache, the early loss of her father, the early loss of her children, and a lot of uncertainty. But Marcia is an optimist, and that remains clear throughout her narrative. Encouraging words are the thread that holds this book together. Everyone has different Hats to wear, knows a bunch of Clowns, and hopefully has some Miracles in their lives.

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