hairdressing

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To nearly all women the plainer the mode of hairdressing the more becoming it is.

Her hairdressing and clothes "should not be luxurious," and she "must not run after fashions."

She should go wild if she had to submit to all Esther had told her of hairdressing and what it involved.

Why not study the contour of heads and styles of hairdressing?

Nevertheless he had found time to visit a hairdressing saloon, for he prided himself upon the nicety of his personal appearance.

In a little room back of the hairdressing shop, Antoine looked down upon the surgical- 154 - triumph.

Hairdressing and shampooing, manicuring and chiropody, are almost exclusively the work of girls and women.

Still another woman has established a system of hairdressing businesses.

There are certain rules for hairdressing that were just as good in Eve's hairpinless age as they will be a hundred years hence.

The pompadour mode of hairdressing also holds good with the girl whose eyes are set too high.

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