It's 1979. As Josie Capelli builds her hairdressing clientele, she's shocked when people tell her their dirty little secrets. The more emotionally involved she becomes with her clients, the more complicated her life becomes. A client stalks her--a love interest leads to betrayal--her close-knit Italian family and overbearing mother push Josie to the edge of a total meltdown.
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Towel Dry and then a good cry!
I've been a hairdresser since 1977. There was a mention of this book by a hairdresser on the modern salon website . It peeked my interest. I'm so glad that I read it. It so true ! So much goes into being a hairdresser . I believe we underestimate the impact we can have on our clients. This book is so cute and well written!
Towel dry and a good cry
Love this book! A wonderful story about a young hairdresser just coming into her own. I connected with all of the different characters AND their issues!