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Our local community board. Using an old car mat and photographs from where the children visit over the year at pre-school such as the post office, tea room, doctors, dentist, hairdressers, shop, etc. EYFS Links: Understanding The World

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Here it is!! Enjoy!! Step 1. I used DoDo curling iron (wand 09-19) The brand of the iron doesn't really matter as long as you use the right wand to get this curls. Step 2. I used Moroccan oil as heat protection. If you have fine hair be careful with oils because it might make your hair heavy and uneasy to curl. Use volume spray instead (ask a local hairdresser about it) Step 3. Take a SMALL sections of hair, twist it around the wand tightly and leave it for 6 seconds! I start twist

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Here it is!! Enjoy!! Step 1. I used DoDo curling iron (wand 09-19) The brand of the iron doesn't really matter as long as you use the right wand to get this curls. Step 2. I used Moroccan oil as heat protection. If you have fine hair be careful with oils because it might make your hair heavy and uneasy to curl. Use volume spray instead (ask a local hairdresser about it) Step 3. Take a SMALL sections of hair, twist it around the wand tightly and leave it for 6 seconds! I start twist

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Best stuff ever. See your local hairdresser for information on how to purchase it. ONLY SOLD IN SALONS BY A LICENSED COSMETOLOGIST.

I watched a video on how to "trim your bangs" ever since then I have been cutting my own fringe and loving it! My local hairdresser changes $20 just to trim your fringe. Now I save myself inane conversation with my unfriendly local hair dresser and a lot of money.

With Booksy you can easily find your local hairdressers, barbers or beauty salons and schedule online appointments 24/7.

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Here it is!! Enjoy!! Step 1. I used DoDo curling iron (wand 09-19) The brand of the iron doesn't really matter as long as you use the right wand to get this curls. Step 2. I used Moroccan oil as heat protection. If you have fine hair be careful with oils because it might make your hair heavy and uneasy to curl. Use volume spray instead (ask a local hairdresser about it) Step 3. Take a SMALL sections of hair, twist it around the wand tightly and leave it for 6 seconds! I start twist

The era of unrealistic expectations is upon us with more and more clients coming in demanding the desired look of a Photoshopped image they find on Pinterest. Salon professionals see this fairly often and the vast majority of consumers are none the wiser. There is no warning label on the back of those drug-store hair color boxes explaining that an unplanned trip to your local hairdresser may ironically be in your future. We’ve seen how bad it can get out there... www.samvila.com/pro/blog/

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Why You Should Support Your Local Hairdresser