❶ History Of Hairdressing

❶ History Of Hairdressing
❶ History Of Hairdressing

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The history of hairdressing
The history of hairdressing

The hairstyle, which appeared in primitive society much earlier than clothing, at all times was not only an ornament, but also reflected the status of a person, his profession, social origin or nationality. The art of hairdressing has gone through many stages in its development, each of which was characterized by the improvement of technology and the emergence of new fashion trends. Location: Location:

The simplest hairdressing procedures were performed by man in primitive society: hair was cut with a knife and burned over a flame, men tied them in bunches, women twisted into bundles and braided them. It is believed that the art of hairdressing originated around the 5th century BC in Egypt, whose inhabitants dyed their hair, curled it with an iron rod "kalamis", and also made wigs from it.

Among the ancient Greeks, simple in execution, but exquisitely decorated hairstyles were popular. The Romans, in contrast to the laconic Greeks, preferred pomp and luxury, it was they who first began to use such additions as curls and hairpieces.

The heyday of hairdressing was at the end of the 16th - beginning of the 17th century, when hairstyles, for the sake of the prevailing Baroque style at that time, began to amaze ordinary people with a variety and intricacy of forms. Not only hair, but also feathers, ribbons, flowers and veils were used as additions to hairstyles. And by the end of the 18th century, hairstyles began to represent complex structures in the form of ships, towers, and fruit baskets, fixed on special wire frames.

The invention of the curling iron and the "permanent" in 1904 ushered in a new era in the development of hairdressing. But the real boom came later. In the 60s of the last century, there was a fashion for wigs, bouffants and voluminous monolithic hairstyles that did not contain small details, such as "bell", "clover", "ponytail", began to be popular. Hair dye colors imitated metals: copper, bronze, silver, brass.

A decade later, "small" hairstyles with geometric hairstyles such as "gavroche" become popular, bouffant goes out of fashion, natural "hair movement" begins to be appreciated. Hairstyles with loose hair are becoming fashionable.

Scientific and technological progress has significantly contributed to the development of hairdressing, providing new opportunities in styling hairstyles and hair care, improved preparations, hairdressing equipment and tools. Modern hairstyles are striking in a variety of forms. Professional stylists and hairdressers have learned to select the ones that are perfect for a particular face type.

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