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Scissoring

Scissoring DVDlSue Zecco and Jay Scruggs announce the first of a series of DVDs to assist groomers in improving their technical and business knowledge and skills.

Scissoring and Thinning Techniques will be followed by presentations on shampooing and skin care as well as other topics of vital interest to groomers.

The series later will deal with subjects such as marketing products and services, managing consumer relationships and building stature in the community.

The Scissoring and Thinning DVD covers techniques in holding shears, body positioning, and caring for shears -- straight, curved and thinning.

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Make your clients’ pets look like show dogs!

Learn the art of grooming dogs’ heads

‘Getting the head just right’ requires knowledge and skill. Both are provided in this compilation of techniques for use in the grooming of 29 breeds. You’ll learn breed-specific techniques as well as head style options.

Set of four DVDs only $99. Order now!

Welcome to Super Styling Sessions’ DVD Library

Breed-specific DVDs

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Bedlington Terrier

Bichon Frise

Cocker

Doodles

Golden Retriever

Maltese

Mixed Breeds

Old English Sheepdog

Pomeranian

Poodle

Puppies

Schnauzer

Shih-Tzu

Springer

Welsh

Yorkshire

Westhighland

 

Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier

 

Show Series DVDs

 

Continental Trim (Poodle)

 

Grooming Techniques DVDs

Bathe & Brush

De-Matting and De-Shedding

Handstripping & Carding

Head Compilation (4 DVDs)

Scissoring

Smooth Coat

Salon and Mobile Management DVDs

Business of Grooming

Competition Grooming

Difficult Pets