Recent Examples of hairdressing from the Web
Detectives quickly learned Sementilli had been a superstar in the world of hairdressing.
After a November ceremony in Lagos hosted by NAPTIP, one 29-year-old returnee could not afford a taxi to transport the hairdressing start-up kit she had been awarded.
Missouri law requires a training course of 1,000 hours for barbering and 1,500 hours for hairdressing, followed by a licensing exam.
After studying theater at Brooklyn College—and, in the grand tradition of theater majors everywhere, struggling to find a job after graduation—Cruz went back to hairdressing before falling on hard times.
Outside Union Station, with his mobile hairdressing gear in his backpack — a gown, razor, comb, some clips and scissors — Coombes came upon Thomas, a 70-year-old Vietnam veteran who has been homeless for 10 years.
As a business, (hairdressing) tools are really expensive to buy.
Almost all are uneducated; the center offers literacy classes as well as training in tailoring and hairdressing.
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