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This book is free for buying the Vol 1 and 2 of the Complete Guide of Style This book is perfect as a reference on those low inspiration days. There are 15 different hairstyles with step-by-step pictures tutorials. There are styles for long, medium and short length hair.
Fabulous hair in five minutes! A comprehensive, full-color collection of easy, stylish ponytails, braids, and buns to quickly set you up for day and night, work and play. Whether you’re heading to work, a party, or a date, hairstylist Jenny Strebe has the perfect do for you—and all it takes to look great is five minutes! Featuring fifty pretty styles in a handy pocket-sized guide, 5-Minute Hairstyles includes classic and modern styles to match every look, including a retro bouffant ponytail, stacked side braid, and the perfect messy bun. A must for busy women everywhere, 5-Minute Hairstyles makes changing your look simple and fun, with easy-to-follow instructions, gorgeous step-by-step photographs, and handy timesaving tips and tricks from the professionals. With plenty of options for all hair types and lengths, it has never been so easy to look fabulous in five minutes!
Once dismissed as plodding and superfluous, legal scholarship is increasingly challenging the liberal white male establishment that currently dominates legal education and practice. The most significant development since the emergence of the casebook, at the turn of the century, this trend has unleashed a fierce political struggle. At stake is nothing less than the entire enterprise of law and education, and thus a powerful platform from which to shape society. The result, here vividly recounted by Arthur Austin, has been an uncompromising, take-no-prisoners fight for dominance. The challenge comes from Outsiders, a collection of feminists, critical race theorists, and critical legal studies scholars who rely on unconventional methods such as storytelling to give voice to the underrepresented. In the other, demographically larger camp resides the monolithic Empire, consisting of traditionalists who, having developed an effective form of scholarship, now circle the wagons against the outsider heathens. Neither partisan nor objective, Austin is both respectful and critical of each faction. The Empire, he believes, is imperious, closed-minded, and self-perpetuating; the Outsiders are too often paranoid, anti-pragmatic, and overly tolerant of fringe work. Is the new scholarship a vacuous, overpoliticized, soon-to-be-vanquished trend or the harbinger of an important new paradigm? Is reconciliation possible? Anyone with a vested interest in the answer to these questions, and in the future of law, cannot afford to miss Arthur Austin's invaluable volume.
This two-volume set presents information and images of the varied clothing and textiles of cultures around the world, allowing readers to better appreciate the richness and diversity of human culture and history.
50 step-by-step looks by celebrity stylist André Märtens. 10-Minute Hairstyles offers visual step-by-step instructions for 50 beautiful do-it-yourself hairstyles guided by celebrity stylist André Märtens, Head of Hair at the Berlin Fashion Week and a L'Oréal ambassador for more than 20 years. Spreads showing models styling their own hair make it easy to replicate each look, from everyday waves to glamorous updos to today's trends. Readers can replicate their favorite red-carpet looks, including braids such as the fishtail, round, Dutch, and more. Styles are divided into three levels of difficulty, allowing for a progression from easy to more challenging to ambitious. Other features in 10-Minute Hairstyles include: explanations of basic styling techniques, product recommendations, and bonus spreads covering expert tips and tricks.
Describes the cultural, historical, and scientific aspects of hairdressing and hairstyling throughout history.
Dear Reader, Are you looking for new ideas for updo hairstyles for your customers? Are you preparing for an examination? Or would you simply like to carry out some creative experiments? In this book I explain how to conjure up creative evening coiffures to satisfy the most extravagant of your clients’ demands, using standard, well known hairdressing techniques. Easy-to-follow illustrated instructions explain how hairpieces and tresses are integrated perfectly in order to create extra volume or length. Would you like to create your own accessories from real hair? In this book you will find easy-to-use techniques, clearly explained, which will enable you to unleash your creative potential. I wish you lots of fun and every success! Helene Elistratow
Nwando Achebe presents the fascinating history of an Igbo woman, Ahebi Ugbabe, who became king in colonial Nigeria. Ugbabe was exiled from Igboland, became a prostitute, traveled widely, and learned to speak many languages. She became a close companion of Nigerian Igala kings and the British officers who supported her claim to the office of headman, warrant chief, and later, king. In this unique biography, Achebe traces the roots of Ugbabe's rise to fame and fortune. While providing critical perspectives on women, gender, sex and sexuality, and the colonial encounter, she also considers how it was possible for this woman to take on the office and responsibilities of a traditionally male role.
From the days of oars and coal-fired engines to the computerized era of the 21st century, The Bluejacket’s Manual has been an essential part of the American Sailor’s sea bag for over one hundred years, serving as an introduction to the Navy for new recruits and as a reference book for Sailors of all ranks. Written by a Sailor whose decades of naval service included sea duty in patrol craft, destroyers, cruisers, and aircraft carriers as both an officer and a “white hat,” this newest edition has been overhauled to reflect the current state of the ever-evolving United States Navy and includes chapters on ships and aircraft, uniforms, weapons, damage control, communications, naval customs and ceremonies, security, leadership, pay and benefits, naval missions, military fundamentals, and seamanship. Since Lieutenant Ridley McLean wrote the first edition of this perennial classic, the Navy has grown from fledgling sea power to master of the world’s oceans, and both technology and American culture have changed in ways probably unimaginable in his day. Although The Bluejacket’s Manual has necessarily evolved (through more than twenty revisions) to reflect those changes, its original purpose has remained steadfastly on course. Like its predecessors, this new edition makes no attempt to be a comprehensive textbook on all things naval—to do so today would require a multivolume set that would defy practicality—but it continues to serve two very important purposes. First, it serves as a primer that introduces new recruits to their Navy and helps them make the transition from civilian to Sailor. Second, it serves as a handy reference that Sailors can rely on as a ready source of basic information as they continue their service, whether for only one “hitch” or for an entire career. To that end, this 25th edition has been reorganized to more efficiently reflect those dual purposes, with the first part of the book consisting of “Chapters” that provide introductions and basic explanations that Sailors new to the Navy will find most helpful, and the second part consisting of “Tabs” that deal with specifics—often mere tables—that seasoned Sailors will find useful for reference purposes. Also unique to this latest edition has been the creation of an accompanying website that will serve to keep the book current and provide valuable supplementary material. In total, this latest edition of a recognized Navy classic continues to serve today’s “Bluejackets” and “Old Salts” in the traditional manner while providing a fresh approach that will be welcomed by potential recruits, Navy buffs, and a growing number of Bluejacket Manual collectors.