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Great-looking, healthy, luscious waves, coils or kinks as a modern male with curly hair, is that really possible without having to become a hair diva or spend glorious amounts of time in hair salons retouching your locks while gossiping with your hairstylist? The Curly Hair Book: Or How Men Can Now Rock Their Waves, Coils and Kinks is the essential hair manual for the modern-day curly haired male. From wavy hair to afro-textured hair, The Curly Hair Book covers all to do with daily hair grooming and long-term hair care while instilling the right attitude and mindset to sport one's curls as a lifestyle-conscious 21st century male. Popular hair blogger Rogelio Samson (founder of Manly Curls & Men's Hair Blog) has spent many years in the pursuit of hacking the male hair conundrum with a special focus on curly hair. Having already paved the online way for curly men, this book is Rogelio's next revolutionary step in his path to inspire, motivate and help those men with waves, coils and kinks to finally embrace and optimally address their hair and, once and for all, make something positive out of such a visible personal trait. Thus, Rogelio, himself a curly haired guy, has written this book for modern males who seek the perfect follicular blend of convenience and optimal results. This is what you will find in The Curly Hair Book: - Detailed 101-type content of your hair. - A hair type guide to know the specifics of your type of curly hair and its different lengths. - All about cleaning your hair, from how to find your shampooing frequency to how to use Rogelio's popular Sebum Coating method and much more. - All about conditioners and how to use them together with your own secreted sebum. - All about styling curly hair, including relevant hairstyles for your curl type. - How to build your convenient daily hair grooming routine, including a routine that takes less than 9 minutes for awesome curls from the moment you get in the shower to the moment you are out of the bathroom. - How to create your own convenient hair care strategy that will ensure the health and future of your hair. - Detailed nutritional tactics and tricks for your hair. - All about having the mentality to start addressing your hair as a modern male and keeping your locks for the rest of your life. - Much inspiration and motivation to implement actions and be successful in your journey to great-looking hair. - Extensive myth busting. - A whole chapter dedicated to 35 miscellaneous questions that will bulletproof your journey. - A plan: the steps and actions necessary to make it all work during your journey. - Many useful tables and diagrams to visualise your actions. - And so much more while having every bit of knowledge related to Rogelio's personal case. This book is part of Rogelio's hair revolution to get men to finally sport awesome manes and embrace their shapely hair so as to integrate their waves, coils and kinks into their own core as males. You will find this book of great benefit if: - You have hair that is wavy, curly, kinky, afro-textured, coiled or of unexplainable shape. - You are balding and need a no-bull book to preserve your waves, coils or kinks. - You are a woman and the man in your life (husband, boyfriend, son, brother, father) has curly hair and you are tired of seeing him not do anything about his hair. This book will be the perfect gift. You can also find this book of benefit if: - You have straight hair but don't know how to manage it. The majority of this book will be relevant to you (refer to Question 24 in Chapter 8 before starting to read the book). - You are the father/mother of a boy with curly hair and want to understand how to manage his hair (refer to Question 23 in Chapter 8 before starting to read the book). - You are a male who wants to try something new with his hair.
The Curly Girl manifesto is back, now completely revised, updated, and expanded by more than a third with all-new material. Created by curly hair evangelist Lorraine Massey—the go-to curl expert featured in Allure, InStyle, Lucky, Seventeen, and The New York Times; and founder of several curly salons and curly products in New York City—Curly Girl is the surprising bible for the 65 percent of women with naturally curly or wavy hair and a desire to celebrate it. Curly Girl is packed with unique and fail-proof hair-care methods, inspiration, and an empowering pro-curl attitude. It’s all here: daily routines for Botticelli, fractal, and wavy curls; Lorraine’s no-more-shampoo epiphany—handle your hair as gently as you do your best cashmere sweater; homemade lotions and potions. New to this edition: an illustrated, step-by-step guide to trimming your own hair (remember: it’s not what you take off; it’s what you leave on); a section on the particular needs of wavy hair; Lorraine’s Down-and-Dirty Curly Boy Routine; more fabulous ’dos for weddings and other special occasions; a chapter on multicurltural hair written by an African American specialist. Plus, updated information on green and chemical-free products, 20 new Q&As, and a DVD with tutorials on caring for four different types of curls. From now on, there’s no such thing as a bad hair day.
A new spine-chilling collection of twelve short illustrated adventures packed with terrifying Doctor Who monsters and villains, just in time for Halloween 2017! The six authors featured are Jacqueline Rayner, Mike Tucker, Paul Magrs, Richard Dungworth, Scott Handcock and Craig Donaghy. The illustrator is Rohan Eason. Each short story will feature a frightening nemesis for the Doctor to outwit, and each will star one incarnation of the Doctor with additional appearances from favourite friends and companions such as Sarah Jane, Jo and Ace.
"Clarke teaches us to think about how this art was understood and felt by those who lived with it in their daily lives and he speculates that it might even reflect what the Romans actually did. This is the first genuinely contextual and theoretically informed study we have of a vast panoply of classical art about sex. It will be an illuminating book for classicists, historians, and anybody else who finds lovemaking interesting."—Thomas Laqueur, author of Making Sex "There are few scholars as able to take on this material, as well versed in theories of sexuality, and as comfortable dealing with both heterosexual and homoerotic content as Clarke. The topic is timely and the execution is professional."—Natalie Kampen, Barnard College "This book should attract not only classicists, but also scholars of sexuality in any field. Clarke succeeds both in introducing little-known material and in defamiliarizing the familiar examples of erotic art."—Anthony Corbeill, University of Kansas "Looking at Lovemaking proves that the ancients were very different from you and me—that they saw sex not primarily as procreation and never as sin but rather as sport, art, and pleasure, an activity full of humor, tenderness and above all variety. John R. Clarke, by looking at Roman artifacts from several centuries destined to be used by different social classes, reveals that the erotic visual record is far more varied, open-minded and playful than are written moral strictures, which were narrowly formulated by the élite and for the élite. This book is at once discreet and bold—discreetly respectful of nuance and context, boldly clear in drawing the widest possible conclusions about the malleability of human behavior. Clarke has, with meticulous scholarship and a fresh approach, vindicated Foucault's revolutionary claims for the social construction of sexuality."—Edmund White, author of The Beautiful Room is Empty
Feminist International Relations scholarship in the United States recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. Over those years, feminist researchers have made substantial progress concerning the question of how gender matters in global politics, global economics, and global culture. The progress has been noted both in the academic field of international relations and, increasingly, in the policy world. Celebrating these achievements, this book constructs conversations about the history, present state of, and future of feminist International Relations as a field across subfields of IR, continents, and generations of scholars. Providing an overview and assessment of what it means to "gender" IR in the 21st century, the volume has a unique format: it features a series of intellectual conversations, presenting cutting-edge research in the field, with provocative comments from senior scholars. It examines issues including global governance, the United Nations, war, peace, security, science, beauty, and human rights and addresses key questions including: What does viewing the diverse problems of global politics through gendered lenses look like in the 21st Century? How do feminisms accommodate differences in culture, race, and religion? How do feminist theoretical and policy analyses fit together? These conversations about feminist IR are accessible to non-specialist audiences and will be of interest to students and scholars of Gender Studies, Feminist Politics and International Relations.
While it is frequently trivialized, the business of beauty is one of the most important global industries, generating millions of dollars and implicating many more the world over, from consumers to corporate elites. As trends spread so do ideas about standards of appearance and what is necessary to look good and fit in -- standards that are often influenced by ideas about race, class and gender norms. In looking at beauty products, practices, and ideas of youth in Guadalajara, Mexico, The Beauty Trade takes seriously the question of whether and how beauty norms are changing in relation to the globalizing beauty economy. Angela B. V. McCracken considers who benefits and who loses from beauty globalization and what this means for gender norms among youth. Weaving together fascinating ethnographic research on beauty practices and insights from political economy theory, the book presents a feminist analysis of the global economy of beauty. Rather than a sign of frivolity, the beauty economy is intimately connected to youth's social and economic development. Cosmetic makeovers have become a modern rite of passage for girls, enabling social connections and differentiations, as well as entrepreneurial activities. The global beauty economy is a phenomenon generated by young people, mostly women, laboring in, teaching, and consuming beauty --- and eager for belonging and originality, using every mechanism at their disposal to enhance their appearance. As McCracken shows, globalization is not homogenizing beauty standards to a Western ideal; rather, it is diversifying beauty standards. The Beauty Trade explains how globalization, combined with youth's desires for uniqueness, is enabling the spread of a diversity of beauty cultures, including alternative visions of gender appropriate looks and behavior.
Down, Boy! is a tongue-in-cheek guide to breaking in a new boyfriend. It's a comprehensive manual that covers the finer points of finding a boyfriend (for example, the "rescue" from an entirely inappropriate woman); the major boyfriend groups and breeds (sporting, hound, working, terrier, toy); how to identify them and choose the one that best fits your needs and lifestyle; and guidelines for first dates and bonding with a new boyfriend. Also explored in depth are the types of training: behavior (Pavlovian and Skinnerian), obedience, and activity; rewards and punishments; establishing communication, including basic commands as well as nonverbal cues; exercise, feeding, and grooming of the boyfriend; and determining when he's ready to go "off-leash," with tips for taking him out. Down, Boy! is funny, hip, and content-rich. Enhanced with quizzes, charts, FAQs, and (fictitious) advice from Elizabeth Taylor (the only woman known to have married a man from each breed), it's a lively read and even includes some solid, practical advice for starting and maintaining a romantic relationship. Give Down, Boy! prominent space in your humor, self-help, or relationship section, and it's sure to attract attention.
The police composite sketch, one of the most crucial investigative tools in law enforcement, is developed during a composite session—an intense display of communication and art in which the words of a witness are transformed into the features of a suspect. Despite the incredible technological leaps made in investigative work, the forensic science of composite sketching still relies on the basic elements of drawing skill, interpretive ability and the spoken word. The Police Composite Sketch is a comprehensive manual on how to conduct a complete composite session. Through an array of case studies, it details several disciplines that comprise this specialized forensic art, including composite sketching, image modification, age progression, facial comparison analysis, demonstrative evidence and postmortem/skull reconstruction. It also explores how to intuit insights that are often inadvertently revealed by witnesses, victims and perpetrators during the composite session. In addition, this book discusses other relevant topics, such as the three-stage drawing technique, witness and victim types, descriptive terminologies, managing composite sessions. Complete with numerous illustrations and drawing tips, this seminal work offers a general composite session philosophy and specific session strategies to both experienced and aspiring forensic artists as well as any lay reader intrigued by this fascinating skill.
The Curly Kids Coloring Book contains more than 30 coloring pages for little girls. The coloring book features little girls wearing a variety of curly hairstyles, including buns, puffs, braids, afros (or low styles), updos, twists-outs, and bantu-knots. Get the colored pencils, crayons, water colors and makers ready. To receive the Curly Kids Coloring Book, add to item to your shopping cart and complete the check-out process. Kids of all ages have been know to enjoy this coloring book, although we generally recommend it for kids age 1+.