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Fine-ly Fabulous Deals Head On With The Issues of Fine Thin Hair

This new book by Melissa Glass and Caren Cantrell reveals all the secrets to making thin/fine hair look fabulous.


SCOTTSDALE, Arizona (December 1, 2011) – Melissa Glass and Caren Cantrell are pleased to announce the publication of their book, Fine-ly  Fabulous! A Survival Guide for the Fine-Haired Girl dedicated to solving the styling and hair care problems that women with fine hair face every day.

For over 20 years Caren Cantrell struggled with her fine hair. Swamped by media pictures of women with thick, flowing  locks and disappointed time and time again with products that promised volume and then fell flat she was about ready to give up. But then she met hairstylist Melissa Glass.

“From the first time Melissa cut and colored my hair, I knew I had finally found someone who understood how to work with fine hair. She was amazing!” said Ms. Cantrell. Ms. Glass is a fine haired girl herself and has dedicated her professional career to helping women look their best.

“Hair is one of the first things that people notice about us and it can play a large part in a woman’s confidence, either boosting or tearing down her self-esteem” said Ms. Glass. “Caren and I decided we could help others with thin/fine hair feel good about themselves and so this book was born between cuts and colors in my chair.”

Fine-ly Fabulous! covers all the bases including coming to terms with your hair, finding the right stylist, how to use cut and color to give the illusion of fullness, and diet and nutrition tips to keep the hair healthy and strong.  Find the book at the Fine-ly Fabulous website or on Amazon at  

Carleen Pruess Coulter, a leading beauty blogger, had this to say about the book: “This is a well written guide to dealing with fine hair that covers an area that doesn’t have a lot written on it and that really needed a book such as this one. The book provides great advice on styling fine hair, coloring it (don’t do it at home!), and caring for it. The book also provides a plethora of great information that is not just limited to those with fine hair, but that applies to anyone such as choosing and consulting with a stylist, the best cuts for your face shape, choosing wigs and extensions, and the effect of diet and nutrition on hair. For those who are interested in hair growth products and treatments, including laser treatments, the book covers those quite well also. I definitely recommend this one not just to all those with fine hair, but really for anyone interested in basic hair care and hair growth topics.”


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