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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    What if Daisy had done this?

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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    Danna's style was not the 40's. She was headed there but totally missed the mark.

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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbat;2381813;
    Danna's style was not the 40's. She was headed there but totally missed the mark.
    the stylist that missed the mark is anthony. the missing link in his design was the hairpiece. a wig, fall, or whatever you call that teased added on 60's bump a la 'valley of the dolls'. he should have stepped up his game.
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    We need to remember that they had very limited computer time to research their era. I would think that unless they had intensely studied different periods and hair styles, they could not be expected to be held to some of the rigid standards cited in this thread. I thought they did well with what they had to work with. [mod edit]
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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    watching the show again -- and i have to say -- that -- dr boggie really should have won the challenge -- i mean they said take him from geek to chic-- and well -- the drs was the most drastic change and really did go to chic ... but i do also agree that the boy needs to use something other than clippers all the darn time LOL -- just my opinion
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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    Quote Originally Posted by firechica;2382141;
    but i do also agree that the boy needs to use something other than clippers all the darn time LOL -- just my opinion
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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    If Dr. Boogie has been proven to be good with the clippers, and is known for the clippers, that equals a trademark that an do nothing but help you. I love the idea, if it really work but, I agree, he also needs to be proficient at using other tools. I love the idea! I say, whatever works! I don't think there is anything worse than seeing the same boring techniques from the majority of stylists you find. I wear a precision haircut that most beauty shops don't do well. I go to a barbershop instead, and they do a lot of clipper work, as you might imagine. They can also use scissors, if you like. I get many compliments on my hair, and only spend about $20 every 4 weeks to get what would cost me $200 in a salon.
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    I would hope that, as professionals of long standing, they WOULD HAVE studied "different periods and hairstyles" -- before and during their careers! Imagine a writer who hasn't read, for example. They all should have been familiar -- without computer research -- with two or three hairstyles from each era.

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    Re: 5/9/07 - show discussion **spoiler**

    Quote Originally Posted by MargoPolo;2385855;
    I would hope that, as professionals of long standing, they WOULD HAVE studied "different periods and hairstyles" -- before and during their careers! Imagine a writer who hasn't read, for example. They all should have been familiar -- without computer research -- with two or three hairstyles from each era.
    I hope this isn't taken as disparaging any hairdresser, but it isn't the most academic of trades. I'm sure there are those who are as well-versed as you suggest they should be, and they are probably among the best and most innovative, but my guess is the vast majority of hairdressers are only vaguely aware of hairstyles predating their own education. Their primary professional goal would more likely to stay with trends (or ahead of them if they are really avant garde) rather than looking back hundreds of years.
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    I definitely agree. How long is the training, anyway?
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