This book is aimed at middle school to high school aged girls, but I think would be useful for girls of any age. My first thought when I saw this book was “why would someone pay money for hair tips that they can get for free off of the internet?” There are a ton of YouTube videos and other tutorials on how to fix hair. Then I remembered that this book was put out by Faithgirlz, and I had to remind myself that not all parents are letting their children on the internet, so some girls might not have access to such tutorials online. Therefore, this is a great book for those who do not have access to the same information for free.
I like that from the very beginning this books helps you know what type of hair you have. Instead of just showing tips for fine, medium, or coarse hair, it helps you determine which type your hair is. This is helpful. There are a ton of hairstyles in this book. Braids have always been hard for me, and this book has many how-to’s for braids and other hairstyles. Washing and care tips are included for every hair type, and since each type of hair needs slightly different care, this is helpful as well for someone who might not know they need to wash every day, or perhaps they need to skip a day or two between washing. Overall, pleased with this book and would recommend. I could see this being used at a sleepover as well.
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