My favorite hairdresser
 Probably, almost every woman has her favorite hairdresser, a man whom she trusted with peace of mind their hair. September 14 just the day when we can present him flowers, because this day is celebrated the feast hairdresser.

About that, when the very first hairdressers can only speculate and fantasize.

Primitive   could see his reflection in the water only, and maybe one day, he decided it would be nice to be shortened and somehow ennoble his hair ...

It is known that primitive man clipped hair flint knife, which burned in the flame. Even then, the woman wove braids, and the men tied her hair in bunches.

The first written evidence of the existence of hairdressing belong to the V century BC by the Egyptians. From notes and drawings on papyrus we learn about the existence of combs, pins made of ivory and wood, and even hair dyes.

AT Ancient Egypt   were in fashion wigs are made of wool, human hair and plants. Wore them, of course, notable people, Pharaoh was a wig woven from a variety of braids impregnated with fragrant oil.

 My favorite hairdresser

The Egyptians did perm using wooden bobbins and ... dirt, which dries to fall off.

  According to archaeological finds, they were barbers and ancient Babylonians and Assyrians.

AT Greece   Hair was a higher level. Notable people gave up kalamistrov   - Specially trained slaves for several hours. Their prichёsyvali, sheared, curled, wore wigs.

Even then, the ancient barbers knew how to pick hairstyle to face. Long hair stacked in conical bundles, curled waves and small curls.

Greek women for the most part were burning brunette, but we read in the myths of the golden-haired goddess. Golden-haired achieved using milk donkeys, different formulations of alkaline, pounded rice and flour.

 My favorite hairdresser

To decorate the hair Ancient Greece   used tape, tiaras, flowers.

AT Roman Empire   Hairdressers - slaves tonsoress   First copy the style of the Greeks, and then gave vent to his imagination riot.

Hair washed in aromatic herbal infusions. Curls and hairpieces gained popularity precisely Ancient Rome . To lighten hair Rome enjoyed sulfur drugs. Curling was hot with metal rods and cold "wet" with adhesive formulations.

 My favorite hairdresser
  My favorite hairdresser

In the Save Image Valeria Messalina   - wives Claudia   hair beauty separated by vertical parting, braided into tiny braids and removed at the back.

 My favorite hairdresser

In the XV century in the V- Europe   Girls often wore loose hair, ladies and tied them in a knot at the back, or covered with a handkerchief. During the Renaissance, women considered beautiful open high forehead. There were complicated hairstyle decorated with pearls, ribbons, veils.

  AT Spain   wore their hair combed and parted lowered along the cheeks.

The greatest flowering of hairdressing reached in the first half of the XVII century, has become a trendsetter France . Hairdressers began to create all sorts of complex hairstyles, especially excelled Royal Life hairdressers.

For combing royal wigs had special comb with a double row of teeth and a special case for them.

Women's hair during the second half of the XVII century varied and complicated. There hairstyles on a frame made of wire, and gradually they became a high tower. Sometimes the head of the ship layout, or put up a basket of fruits ... In the manufacture of fashionable hairstyles took several hours.

 My favorite hairdresser

Hairstyles slightly simplified to the XIX century. AT Vienna   in the 20s originated Empire style - lush curls framed temples and the nape fit a pattern.

After the bourgeois revolution died down in 1848 hairstyles have become even easier.

In 1881, Frenchman Marseilles   invented the hot curling irons, in the years 1884-1885, he also perfected invented German Fisher   Method permed hair.

In 1904, German Charles Nestle   I invented a method of continuous wave of hair by using chemicals and heat.

 My favorite hairdresser
  My favorite hairdresser

In vogue short haircut. There was a lot of working women, who were unable to sit for hours at the hairdresser.

In 1924 and 1925 it became fashionable six-month wave.

In the late '60s English barber Vidal Sassoon   created his so-called democratic haircut that "easy to maintain, after washing your hair, dry and just shaking his head."

 My favorite hairdresser

In the 70s of the last century was a popular perm.
Who is the woman herself decides what her hairstyle to wear and how to care for their hair.

But precisely because the hairdresser is able to lay a woman's hair, which she transformed from a Cinderella into a princess. So I want to wish all the girls and women to find their own wizard scissors and combs.
Author: Natalia Alexeeva