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Title: HAIR AND WIGS FOR THE STAGE STEP-BY-STEP
By: Rosemarie Swinfield
Format: Hardback

List price: £17.99


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ISBN 10: 0713642254
ISBN 13: 9780713642254
Stock: Currently 100 available
Publisher: BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING PLC
Pub. date: 31 August, 1999
Series: Backstage
Pages: 128
Description: Aims to provide straightforward solutions to challenges faced by actors, make-up designers and wardrobe departments when dealing with hair and wigs for stage productions.
Synopsis: This book aims to provide solutions to a number of challenges that actors, make-up designers and wardrobe departments face when dealing with hair and wigs for stage productions. The text is divided into three sections: using your own hair; wigs and false hair; and period styles. Each section includes information on the basic tools required, details of step-by-step techniques and ideas on how to overcome common problems.
Illustrations: 150 colour photographs and line drawings
Publication: UK
Imprint: Methuen Drama
Returns: Non-returnable
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