Best Hair Book Ever! Cute Cuts, Sweet Styles and Tons of Tress Tips {Book Review}

Cute Cuts, Sweet Styles and Tons of Tress Tips
From the Editors of Faithgirlz and Girls' Life magazine
Juvenile Nonfiction

Buh-bye, bad hair days! This complete guide to care, cuts and cute styles makes it easy to have amazing hair each and every day of the week. With tons of tutorials for pretty ponies, bold braids and easy updos, you'll go from school to sports to sleepovers with your loveliest-ever locks.

Plus, get the answers to your trickiest tress troubles: How do you fix frizz once and for all? What's the best way to get tousled curls or an awesome blowout? What are the secrets to growing out your hair . . . fast? All these answers (and more) inside this girly guide filled with tried 'n' true tips and techniques.

So no matter what your strand-styling skill level is now, you'll soon be the girl who's showing her friends how to finesse a fishtail or do a double Dutch braid. And what's more beautiful than that?

Each style gives a detailed description of how to achieve the look as well as other pertinent tips.

My Thoughts

Girls and hair drama just seem to go together. In our home there has been plenty of wailing and gnashing of teeth over a particularly bad hair day. Best Hair Book Ever! is the perfect solution to all those hair nightmares. 

I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It is so much more than a hairstyle book. It is a very detailed book on hair that includes care, cut, and style. I loved that it came at it from an angle of "every girl can have terrific tresses." 

The beginning of the book is a tutorial on learning about what style and texture of hair you have (straight, wavy, curly, or kinky) and what looks best on your face shape. It starts with the basics like how to wash and dry your hair correctly and then moves into six different sections of different types of hairstyles.

While I would have liked more step-by-step pictures to go along with the directions I did find the directions on achieving the style to be pretty clear. The styles are designed to appeal to tween girls but I have to admit that as an adult I learned quite a bit that I plan to implement into my hair regimen. 

There are even some DIY recipes for things like dry shampoo and beach or salt spray. What sets this book apart from other styling books really is all the tips and tricks it contains. Your girl is going to devour all the wonderful information.  

Charts like this are included in the book to help you make decisions on your best look.

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