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If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak

This is a book about people. It is a study of human nature from a male hairdresser’s perspective. Besides focusing on the vast range of personalities – that anyone in the people business will easily relate to – it also covers the ways men and women whether they are hairdressers clients or staff can interpret the same scenarios quite differently. Taking offence when no offence was intended or not taking offence when the offence was intended. Even how immigrants can struggle with the idiosyncrasies of the English language and the way we use it is covered. The fun that can be had in the salon with what people say and do is limitless

If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak - If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak ISBN 9780473286705
If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak ISBN 9780473286705
If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak
This is a book about people. It is a study of human nature from a male hairdresser’s perspective.

Besides focusing on the vast range of personalities – that anyone in the people business will easily relate to – it also covers the ways men and women, whether they are hairdressers, clients or staff, can interpret the same scenarios quite differently. Taking offence when, no offence was intended, or not taking offence, when the offence was intended. Even how immigrants can struggle with the idiosyncrasies of the English language and the way we use it, is covered.

The fun that can be had in the salon with what people say and do is limitless!
Soft cover Soft cover
  NZ$ 24.95



Used expressions:If Only My Blow Dryer Could Speak ,This is a book about people. It is a study of human nature from a male hairdresser’s perspective. Besides focusing on the vast range of personalities – that anyone in the people business will easily relate to – it also covers the ways men and women whether they are hairdressers clients or staff can interpret the same scenarios quite differently. Taking offence when no offence was intended or not taking offence when the offence was intended. Even how immigrants can struggle with the idiosyncrasies of the English language and the way we use it is covered. The fun that can be had in the salon with what people say and do is limitless

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