Iron and Silk by Mark Salzman download in iPad, ePub, pdf
At Yale he majored in Chinese Literature. Let's take a look at a client I had who received her first silk press in a very long time. It allows the natural hair to be very straight, shiny, silky, soft, and most importantly the hair has a lot of body and movement. While that may sound extremely hot, it allows me to go through even the thickest, most course hair with only one pass.
Much of the book focuses on his own efforts to expand his knowledge of martial arts, calligraphy and Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese and the local dialect. This is a memoir of his experiences while in China. Jones products The rest of the pictures are also before and afters of other clients of mine. It will last up to three weeks, although I do not recommend going beyond two weeks without shampooing the hair again.
If any of these ladies notice a few fly aways, they can spray by L. Most of the time grease, or some greasy-like substance, is used to help get the hair straight.
Unlike a traditional press and curl, a silk press does not use a hot comb at all. To remain straight, the hair must remain dry. If done incorrectly, you can definitely get some heat damage.
Also, absolutely no grease is used with a silk press, although a light oil serum can be used to add shine without weighing the hair down. Jones products This client has been natural for years. The picture above is a before and after showing her original curl pattern left and how it looks once the silk press is complete right. Reading this memoir gave me a glimpse of China that I do not know. And while grease does help get the hair very straight, it also leaves the hair extremely heavy, with no body or movement, and often looking like it is stuck to the head.
The book is told in a series of vignettes, and divided into sections. In the early s few Chinese had themselves traveled beyond their own villages, let alone to other countries. Salzman is an astute observer and writes in a clear yet atmospheric way about his experiences. Unlike many other clarifying shampoos, this one is sulfate free and paraben free so it will not strip the hair.
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