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These include the company's HairMax value-based haircutting superstores, which utilize quick service techniques and discount pricing to focus on the lucrative and recession-proof market for haircutting and hair coloring services, and Cleaning Express USA, a provider of home cleaning services with over 6,000 customers nationwide.
NEW YORK--Hair clippers, trimmers and home haircutting systems been coming on strong, due to the popularity of shorter hair styles and the interest of younger consumers.
is introducing the "Getta Haircut" home haircutting kit at this week's Housewares Show here.
Students who join the 'free-haircut movement' will be entered to win a new Wahl Lithium Ion Clipper, the latest in home haircutting technology.
GREEDY Chicago entrepreneur Quentin Leroux (Harry J Lennix) plansto open a flash haircutting franchise across the street from the community barbershop owned by Calvin (Ice Cube).
7 -- 8) Esther's Haircutting Studio, left, is where Britney Spears grabbed clippers and shaved her head.
This collection of wearable, vibrantly colored and dynamic haircutting techniques was inspired by the excitement felt on metropolitan streets, as well as smaller urban areas with distinct identities in style, fashion, attitude and environment.
YOU can cut hair and expenditure by haircutting at home with this versatile electric hair clipper.
Health Canada and the Trillium Foundation provided funding for the production of a broadcast quality video which describes such activities as community gardens, community kitchens, haircutting workshops and many more.
THE EDGE appears in a fine Muse Edition to offer a binder packed with lay-flat sheets of techniques in haircutting and color, and is accompanied by a CD of techniques for further emphasis and impact.
At one time, barbers combined shaving and haircutting with bloodletting and pulling teeth.
Using portraiture and evoking the aesthetic of early documentary photography, I photographed the participants of the free haircutting sessions held at St Mary's House of Welcome in Fitzroy, turning the humble haircut into a poignant moment of reflection.