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Revenge. I race to finance it. I evade to protect it. I kill to attain it. I planned everything. Except her. The alluring, curvaceous blonde at the finish line. With sapphire eyes that cheat and lie. Whose powerful family murdered mine. I hate her. I want her. I know she's hiding something. But so am I.

From elaborate “up-dos” to casual braids, inspirational hairstyles continue to populate fashion blogs, Pinterest boards, and style magazines everywhere. However, this popularity belies a gaping lack of consolidated and authoritative advice on the techniques required to create these styles, and so the Braids, Buns & Twists presents a comprehensive resource that identifies the unique characteristics, limitations, and practical techniques to create over 80 hairstyles. Covering classic as well as modern hairstyles and everything from a simple wrapped ponytail to a complex fishtail chignon, this book offers useful facts, invaluable advice, and a wealth of contemporary visual inspiration to help readers understand the challenges and possibilities that each hairstyle offers. Braids, Buns & Twists is aimed at the many people out there who love to experiment with their hair and are either on the look-out for new styles or wish to find inspiration to play with and embellish styles they already know and love. Directory entries enable the reader to choose what style is most appropriate for the occasion, their available time, hair length, and hair type, also indicating how time consuming or difficult the style is to put together. The accompanying step-by-step tutorials then give the reader the instructions they need to replicate that style. Finally, a reference section at the end of the book offers resourceful information on useful tools and equipment as well as courses and further education for those who would like to take hairstyling to a more professional level.

The invention of the transistor, the earliest computing machines, the World Wide Web and its evolution into the internet marked the high points of this part of the digital revolution. These inventions changed the way people worked, studied as well as sought information and of entertainment. These inventions transformed entertainment, socializing, commerce, politics and studies in ways that would hardly be conceivable a generation back. The next major stage in the digital revolution was the arrival of mobile devices, starting with the cellphone in 1973. Eventually this led to the development of tablets and smartphones where a significant feature is the integration with internet as well as online products and services. This has, in turn, opened up the scope for business, networking - both social and professional - and entertainment as never before. Not surprisingly a new breed of technology experts and entrepreneurs has sprung up to take advantage of this dynamic new medium. Greatest Digital Revolutionaries offers a brief glimpse into the work, achieve-ments and future plans of some such individuals who have significantly contributed to the fields of ecommerce, information technology and related businesses.

From the creators of the Sketchbook Project, a companion sketchbook that features guided prompts from the original project to inspire anyone who wants to connect to this unique community. The Sketchbook Project is a constantly evolving library of artists' sketchbooks from around the globe. The library annually tours its completed sketchbooks, exhibiting in galleries across 15 countries. To enroll, participants sign up on The Sketchbook Project website and receive a blank sketchbook for a nominal fee. Once completed, artists mail in their finished sketchbooks to the Art House Library in Brooklyn, where each one is given a unique barcode, digitized for online viewing, and displayed in the Library's permanent collection. The Sketchbook Journal is a guided sketchbook that offers the project's annual prompts and themes (as well as never before published prompts) posted on their website that participants of the project use for inspiration. The companion sketchbook also includes specific references to the digitized library for further sketching and doodling ideas. Meant as a precursor to the actual Sketchbook Project, this journal helps to get the creative juices flowing and references an impressive global community of artists.

Translated by Teresa Mlawer.

The story of how a young Italian model became one of the top men's fashion bloggers in the world. Over 2 million followers on Facebook, nearly 5 million on Instagram and 122k on Twitter. Mariano Di Vaio combines the practicality of Anglo-American street style with Italian creativy in a way no one does better. A model, actor, and fashion blogger, he has conquered the world with his immediately recognizable style. His blog, MDV Style, continues to be at the center of an international community of young fashion lovers, in addition to presenting his signature style. He has made his insights into a vocation, influencing the lifestyles of his millions of fans. In his first book, he reveals the story behind his success and his tips for staying current with the latest fashion trends.

Vidal Sassoon's extraordinary life has taken him from an impoverished East End childhood to global fame. The father of modern hairdressing, his slick sharp cutting took the fashion world by storm and reinvented the hairdressers' art. Before Vidal Sassoon, a trip to the hairdressers meant a shampoo and set or a stiffly lacquered up-do that would last a week - or more. After Vidal Sassoon, hair was sleek, smooth and very, very stylish. Along with his lifelong friend and partner in style, Mary Quant, who he first met in 1957 and who to this day sports a Sassoon-style geometric bob, he styled the 1960s. As memorable as the mini - be it car or skirt - he is one of the few people who can genuinely be described as iconic. His memoirs are as rich in anecdote as one might hope and full of surprising and often moving stories of his early life - his time at the Spanish & Portuguese Jewish Orphanage in Maida Vale, fighting Fascists in London's East End and fighting in the army of the fledgling state of Israel in the late Forties. And then there's the extraordinary career, during which he cut the hair of everyone who was anyone, launched salons all over the world, founded the hairdressing school that still bears his name and became a global brand, with Vidal Sassoon products on all our bathroom shelves.

The first book to explore the role of hair in women's lives and what it reveals about their identities, intimate relationships, and work lives Hair is one of the first things other people notice about us--and is one of the primary ways we declare our identity to others. Both in our personal relationships and in relationships with the larger world, hair sends an immediate signal that conveys messages about our gender, age, social class, and more. In Rapunzel's Daughters, Rose Weitz first surveys the history of women's hair, from the covered hair of the Middle Ages to the two-foot-high, wildly ornamented styles of pre-Revolutionary France to the purple dyes worn by some modern teens. In the remainder of the book, Weitz, a prominent sociologist, explores--through interviews with dozens of girls and women across the country--what hair means today, both to young girls and to women; what part it plays in adolescent (and adult) struggles with identity; how it can create conflicts in the workplace; and how women face the changes in their hair that illness and aging can bring. Rapunzel's Daughters is a work of deep scholarship as well as an eye-opening and personal look at a surprisingly complex-and fascinating-subject.

A fun and instructive guide to the most popular men's hairstyles of the 20th century The Barber Book is a fun guide to the most popular men's hairstyles of the 20th century, including quirky line drawings to achieve the 'total look' and instructions on how to cut each style. Packed with information this smart handbook uses quirky illustrations and vintage photographs to explore the most popular hairstyles of the 20th century from the undercut and the afro to the classic Madison Avenue look. With a focus on personalities, culture and fashions and cultural events that inspired each look, the book opens with an illustrated introduction exploring the most popular styles of the 1940s, 50s and 60s through archival photography. The book includes a brand new directory of the world's finest barber shops.

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