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By Anthony Dickey

Kinky, curly, or wavy hair isn’t “problem” hair—it’s simply hair with a unique set of rules!

For too lengthy, hairstylists and hair-care businesses have missed the desires of ladies with kinky, curly, or wavy hair, concentrating on it as “problem” hair instead of celebrating its particular texture. yet now hair-care and magnificence professional A. Dickey, thought of via most sensible journal good looks editors to be the key authority on taking good care of, slicing, and styling curly hair, has written Hair principles! to finish the disappointment confronted by way of girls with curly hair each day.

Hair Rules! is brim-full of easy information for every type of curly hair and covers every thing from the simplest shampoos and conditioners to exploit, to damage-free hair-drying (dust off that hood dryer!), using average oils, and the most secure coloring, styling, and chemical enjoyable techniques—as good as directions for keeping fit, wonderful hair.

“My mission,” writes Dickey, “is uncomplicated: to recommend and inspire all girls with non-straight hair to try to realize their attractiveness, no matter what their ethnicity, and no matter what their tastes.”

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Suddenly, a compromise seemed possible. Yes, it was time to pull together. The opponents allowed that as long as there was She Was Right All Along a statue and a flag, they would halt their efforts to block the memorial. The VVMF also agreed. There was a voice vote. The “ayes” had it. The VVMF would go back and review submissions to the design competition, looking for a suitable statue. Exactly where the flag and the statue would be located . . that was a decision left for another time. Jan Scruggs had to break the news to Lin.

They left flowers. They took pictures. Many family members—standing alone, or holding on to one another in small groups—broke down and cried as they remembered their loved ones, the sons, brothers, and fathers who were gone. Many of the vets themselves, recalling their comrades, reliving those months in the jungles of Southeast Asia, held on to one another and wept openly, unashamed of the emotions that overwhelmed them. 49 50 MAYA LIN On Saturday, November 13, thousands of veterans marched in a parade, past the White House, down Constitution Avenue to the dedication ceremonies of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars presented a check for $180,000. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the architect of much of American policy during the Vietnam War, made out a personal check for $500. By the time the fundraising drive was over, about 275,000 people had responded with contributions large and small. The entire $7 million necessary to build the monument was raised, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial never cost the government a dime. Jan Scruggs gave credit to Lin, as quoted in Bob Italia’s book Maya Lin: She really stood by her guns to make sure that this memorial design was not tampered with.

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