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Hair Nation Tour – Jack Russell’s Great White, The Bulletboys, Enuff Znuff

Hair Nation Tour – Jack Russell’s Great White, The Bulletboys, Enuff Znuff
Event on 2018-11-03 20:00:00

at House of Blues – Dallas
2200 N Lamar St
Dallas, United States

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Dallas Di Biase Hair Extensions USA Certification Class

Dallas Di Biase Hair Extensions USA Certification Class
Event on 2017-11-26 10:00:00
About the Class: Get fusion application certified and an overview in Tape-In/Sticker and I-Tip extensions. Water tolerant & high quality, Di Biase extensions use a unique flat wrap technique to ensure virtually undetectable, flexible bonds that are exceptional in comfort and durability. The Di Biase Fusion class covers everything you need to know to get started as a fusion hair extenionist from washing, prepping, consultation and pre-cutting, to installation, post cutting and how to market hair extensions for the most profit. This class also goes over the technique for tape-in/sticker and i-tip extensions. Taught by a certified hair extension stylist, you will walk away with all of the skills and knowledge you need to get started with your own hair business.  CLASS IS HELD ON BOTH SUNDAY AND MONDAY TIMES: 10:00 am-5:00 pm on both days LOCATION: TBD. Class Location Will Be Emailed To Registered Students. Please message, email us at info@dibiasehairusa.com or call us at (248) 489-8900 with any questions or special class dates requests! About Fusion Extensions: Fusion hair is applied on a lock by lock basis. Extensions come in packs of 20 locks, with a lock consisting of multiple strands of double drawn hair joined together by a thin keratin bonding strip. The stylist will individually attach each lock to the client’s hair (near the base of the neck) through use of heating pliers (hot tool) applied to the keratin bond. Fusion extensions should last approximately 4-6 months and will eventually need to be replaced as the normal hair grows out. The research carried out in the laboratory of Di Biase has always been the strong point of Di Biase Hair. Today, Di Biase boasts an innovative element that brings to the forefront the scientific expertise of the research team of the company: from the laboratory of Di Biase Hair comes the line “Hair Waterproof”. A new patented process that allows the bonds to be more tolerant of water from swimming and saunas. All fusion extensions come in 20 bonds per 1 pack of hair. Fusion hair is available in different lengths: 12 inch, 16 inch, 20 inch, and 24 inch in straight, wavy and curly.

at TBD
111 Anywhere
Dallas, United States

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Bella Kinks Expo – Art Imitates Life Presented By CURLS Natural Hair Care

Bella Kinks Expo – Art Imitates Life Presented By CURLS Natural Hair Care
Event on 2017-10-21 12:00:00
We are excited to announce the 2017 Bella Kinks Expo – Art Imitates Life Presented by Curls – Natural Products for Your Natural Hair with Participating Sponsorship by Creme of Nature, Jamaican Mango & Lime, Mielle Organics and adwoa beauty!  We are counting on our natural hair community of Dallas to help us welcome our 2017 featured guests Khoudia Diop aka @melaniin.goddess, Tatiana Ward aka @beatfacehoney and Megz aka @ulovemegz!! Use code BK41 to pay for general admission on our website until 9/1/2017 @ www.bellakinksexpo.com.   That's a 47-50% OFF discount. Normal admission prices will apply after this promotional period. *we reserve the right to change or alter this promotion at any time. Promotional tickets are non refundable and non transferable* VIP and other ticket options can only be purchased on our website. Discount code does not apply* See you soon DFW!  *By entering the event, you agree that Bella Kinks LLC may videotape and photograph you, record your voice, conversation and sounds. You also agree that your photo or likeness may be used for promotional purposes without compensation to you* 

at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
650 S. Griffin Street
Dallas, United States

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Dallas Di Biase Fusion Hair Extension Certification

Dallas Di Biase Fusion Hair Extension Certification
Event on 2017-06-18 09:00:00
About the Class: Get fusion application certified and an overview in Tape-In/Sticker and I-Tip extensions. Water tolerant & high quality, Di Biase extensions use a unique flat wrap technique to ensure virtually undetectable, flexible bonds that are exceptional in comfort and durability. The Di Biase Fusion class covers everything you need to know to get started as a fusion hair extenionist from washing, prepping, consultation and pre-cutting, to installation, post cutting and how to market hair extensions for the most profit. This class also goes over the technique for tape-in/sticker and i-tip extensions. Taught by a certified hair extension stylist, you will walk away with all of the skills and knowledge you need to get started with your own hair business.  ***Class Location Will Be Emailed To Registered Students*** About Fusion Extensions: Fusion hair is applied on a lock by lock basis. Extensions come in packs of 20 locks, with a lock consisting of multiple strands of double drawn hair joined together by a thin keratin bonding strip. The stylist will individually attach each lock to the client’s hair (near the base of the neck) through use of heating pliers (hot tool) applied to the keratin bond. Fusion extensions should last approximately 4-6 months and will eventually need to be replaced as the normal hair grows out. The research carried out in the laboratory of Di Biase has always been the strong point of Di Biase Hair. Today, Di Biase boasts an innovative element that brings to the forefront the scientific expertise of the research team of the company: from the laboratory of Di Biase Hair comes the line “Hair Waterproof”. A new patented process that allows the bonds to be more tolerant of water from swimming and saunas. All fusion extensions come in 20 bonds per 1 pack of hair.  Fusion hair is available in different lengths: 12 inch, 16 inch, 20 inch, and 24 inch in straight, wavy and curly.

at TBD
111 Anywhere
Dallas, United States

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Moyles – Matt Fincham lego hair (Web Streaming Mon 12 Jan 09:24-09:32)

Live Web Streaming footage of The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1, 12-16th January 2009. Chris returns to the studio just in time ? more chat about ‘Lips’ ? Sara Cox is on after the show at 10 ? last time Chris saw her was after the show’s Christmas drinks back at his house, doing the conga to the Geraldine song around his kitchen ? Matt Fincham has ‘Lego’ hair and looks like Sue Perkins ? Chris went out for Sunday lunch yesterday ? on the table in the pub was a cup containing Trivial Pursuit cards ? Chris tests the team with one he ‘borrowed’ from the pub. View dozens more video clips in my channel.

Live Web Streaming footage of The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1, 12-16th January 2009. Aled thinks that last night’s plane crash in New York was the most positive plane crash he’s ever seen ? the team talk more about it and also about their flying experiences. View dozens more video clips on my channel.

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Attending the ‘Mocha Divas of Dallas Hair Show’ at Dallas Convention Center?

Question by Udoka Omenukor: Attending the ‘Mocha Divas of Dallas Hair Show’ at Dallas Convention Center?
Looking for an inexpensive place to stay downtown on my starving model budget any recommendations? My friend told me about a cute hostel open in uptown but she forgot the name.. I’d like to stay in Dallas for about a month so if anyone knows where I can get a good monthly rate. No motels or No extended stay hotels please can’t afford those either.

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Answer by Scooter way Int
I can offer you a rate of 7 / for 1 month in Uptown Dallas. The Convention Center is only 10 minutes away if you take the dart at City Place!

Here are some details:
‘Scooter Way International’ Hostel / Bed and Breakfast located 5 Minutes Walk to McKinney Ave. Nightlife, The Downtown Dallas Art District, City Place Station public transportation. We run a stylish euro-70’s men and woman’s dorm for the adventurous of heart! Check out our sneak preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjdWksEVCmk
For reservation please call or txt: 214-784-3929
Keep on Scooting Girls!
Scooter
scooterwayint@gmail.com

Some Highlights:
– LOCATION, STYLE, CONVENIENCE, ADVENTURE, SELF-DISCOVERY!
– Friday’s at Cole Park: Outdoor Yoga / Group Barbecues
– Friday Evenings join the ‘Scooter Attack’ open mic downtown at the Lily Pad in Main Street Garden Park
-10 Minutes walk to a night of dancing and dining on McKinney Avenue – I recommend “Sambucca” for all ages … i think
-Located right on Katy Trail Rent a bike to share for the week only: /per bike (15 Minutes cycle to downtown)
-Public transportation 5 Minutes from City Place Station
-Lavazza at the Ready Internet Cafe!
-Swimming Pool Access accompanied by staff or supervision only

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Indian barbers tell Malays to cash in on hair sacrificed during Hindu festival

Indian barbers tell Malays to cash in on hair sacrificed during Hindu festival
Several barbers from India have said that hair sacrificed by devotees during Thaipusam, a Hindu festival, is worth big bucks internationally.
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TopsyTail tm, the $100 MILLION HAIR GADGET THAT COULD?.AND DID!

TopsyTail tm, the 0 MILLION HAIR GADGET THAT COULD?.AND DID!

Tomima Edmark had shiny, long, flowing hair- that she could never get to stay in a hair do. But she wasn’t worrying about her hair the night in the late 1980’s when she was sitting in a movie theater, enjoying the show. She was reminded of her problem by the woman sitting in front of her whose hair was elegantly styled in a “French twist”, when suddenly she came up with the idea for the TopsyTail- a hairstyling tool that turned a ponytail inside out to make numerous beautiful hairstyles.. This little brainstorm of an idea went on to become the most successful hair accessory history.

 

Tomima worked on developing her invention; prototyping, production, and packaging, and in 1991, started selling it at a few local boutiques. She used a chance encounter with an editor of ACCESSORIES Magazine to persuade her that TopsyTail tm had the potential to turn the accessories industry on its head and create a sales revolution. The editor, knowing a good thing when she saw it, advised Dallas based Tomima to secure a New York salesrep that would sell it into the major department stores and provided her with several recommendations. Tomima selected a sales representative and marketer that already was focusing on ‘out of the box’ accessory items that would get the media’s attention and drive sales in the then recessionary economy.

 

Meanwhile Tomima, a former marketing person for IBM, was busy at work securing a Direct Response TV (DRTV) deal. TopsyTail tm would become the first fashion accessory to appear on a television commercial. TopsyTail tm had all the makings of a successful DRTV campaign. It catered to  a huge demographic –‘anyone who can ponytail can TopsyTail tm,’;  was inexpensive to produce, it could be marked up for profit many times and still be offered at less than , it’s effect made people feel special and more attractive, it was simple to use, and had an element of magic. At about the same time of establishing the TV connection Tomima hired a New York public relations firm with credentials in promoting both fashion accessory and beauty products, to deliver the news on TopsyTail tm into the hands and heads of American girls and women.

 

Even before the TV and PR campaign took hold, the department stores responded and orders started to roll in. Only Bloomingdales buyers turned down the TopsyTail tm, stating it did not fit into their product mix. When the media exposure did hit all hell broke loose. The department stores placed reorders for monthly deliveries for up to a year out.

One morning, the sales representatives received an urgent telephone message from a top executive at Bloomingdales asking them to call their buyers ‘As soon as possible!’

 

Tomima had also hired salesreps in other key markets nationally. She had all targets covered. The orders were coming in so fast and furiously that she could no longer run the operation from her garage. She was running out of funds to produce the goods. A decision had to be made on how to keep up with demand. She formed an alliance with a DRTV company to fund the production of goods (allowing Tomima to retain oversight of quality control), run the TV campaign worldwide and oversee distribution.

In addition, she established an extensive network of outsourced vendors to deal with everything from manufacturing to servicing retail stores; keeping her own company very small (3 full time employees) and creating an economy of scale. By allowing herself to focus on what she did best—which was creating the TopsyTail tm , and effectively managing the business, she was able to capitalize on her whirlwind dream.

 

This tsunami of sales continued for well over a year in the US and reached into international markets as well. A sales representative, vacationing in Barcelona in the Summer of 92’, was watching TV in her hotel room and lo and behold a TopsyTail tm commercial appeared on CNN! After a year and a half, just as TopsyTail tm had thundered into the marketplace, the storm had run its course.

 

The market was saturated and was ready for the next ‘big thing’ which was to be the Hairdini tm , (but that’s another story.) By that time, TopsyTail tm had generated

over 0 million in sales to take its place as the best selling hair invention in history.

Joan Lefkowitz, an original marketer of TopsyTail tm, is president of ACCESSORY BRAINSTORMS, Inc, a licensing agency, sales representation and consultancy for Fashion/Beauty Accessory and Lifestyle Inventions. From its showroom in New York’s ‘accessories district’, it licenses inventors’ products to major corporations and markets to Mail Order Catalogues, TV Shopping programs and retail. Some very successful products it has launched have been TOPSY TAIL (which sold over 0m at retail), Ted Gibson’s HAIRDOSTICK, HAIRDINI, HOLLYWOOD FASHION TAPES, and MISS OOPS and, most recently, BOSOM BUTTON, LUMBARWEAR, WHIRL-A-STYLE, WINKEE, R.E.M. SPRING (hair removal tool) and TAG TAMERS…Specializing in representing unique products and inventions since 1984, Accessory Brainstorms is always interested in seeing new products in these categories, and offers one-on-one consulting for inventors who need guidance. ACCESSORIES Magazine awarded Joan for the “Most Inventive Products” and also cited her as one of the 100 most important accessories industry “Movers and Shakers”. www.accessorybrainstorms.com

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Girls, how do you wear your hair at hippie / music festivals?

Question by yellow submarine: Girls, how do you wear your hair at hippie / music festivals?
I’m going to a festival in June. I’ve been to several music festivals, and usually I end up keeping my hair under a hat or use a bandana, since there’s not much chance for a shower or a blowdryer out in the woods. My hair gets oily and curly and frizzy pretty fast, any ideas on how I should prepare my hair for a weekend outdoors? Should I just stick with bandanas?

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Answer by Did You SERIOUSLY Just Ask That?
Just straight, color one small chunk of hair in the front pink or blue and wear a bandana around you’re head.

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What are some techniques for makeup and hair that will be simaler to the Texas style look in Dallas Cowboys?

Question by vham8: What are some techniques for makeup and hair that will be simaler to the Texas style look in Dallas Cowboys?
I ve been watching that show the search for dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and I love their makeup and hair. I like the matte glamorous look. I want to define my eyes. Are they all weraing fake eyelashes and rolling their hair to get that look? I have a 10 year highschool reunion coming.

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Answer by .·.¹³ LaSh3s¹³.·.
their look is ok but u should be original and come up with something like try a lot of hair styles and see which one u like best … and for make up to define ur eyes.. use a very dark eye liner

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