Jenny Strebe, @TheConfessionsOfAHairStylist, Launches A Step-by-Step Book

This is a book of 100 step-by-steps for pretty waves, braids, curls, buns and much more!

Now you too can achieve salon-worthy hair at home with 100 perfect hair days using trade secrets direct from my industry experience. In section one titled "100 Awesome Hair Days," there are literally a hundred different styles for you to create and I have tailored each of them for specific hair types and textures. My simple illustrated instructions will turn any novice into an expert. Discover new party looks, unique bridal updos, brilliant braids, chic office styles, weekend topknots and more. 

But how-to's aside, this book teaches you how to make the best of your hair, whatever the type. Over the years I have cut, styled and colored them all and now I want to empower you with my haircare tips for everything from fine and oily hair to frizzy or thick, as well as how to choose the right products.

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Want to try a specific look in the book but don't think you have the right hair type? Then don't miss my insider info on how you can fake it 'til you make it. Turn fine hair into a thick textured braid or tame flyaway and frizzy hair into sleek, lust-worthy styles.

About: Jenny Strebe has been in the hair industry for 15 years and 6 of those years she spent educating as an educational director at Toni & Guy. She then left to do freelance and missed educating dearly, so she decided to launch Confessions of a Hairstylist blog where she could easily educate the everyday woman as well as the hairstylist through her easy-to-follow step by step photo tutorials and Youtube tutorials.

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