Hair we Go!
Updated: Jul 24, 2020
It has always been a symbol of femininity and sensuality. Magma red, ebony black, golden blond and all the shades in between them, shape an infinite number of colour tones to describe The Hair.
We often see our hair as a reflection of our identity because it is both personal and public. Many women feel that a bad hair day is synonym of bad day. When a woman’s hair is too fine, too frizzy, too dry, turning grey or falling out, her self-esteem is seriously affected. This deep personal relationship between hair and self-esteem is evident throughout history.
For centuries, women have been able to play different roles by changing different hairstyles. Hair talks about ourselves, about our personality, our mood, our social status, religion and so on. It is an firm expression of our feminine essence, a very subtle way to spread your message.
Egyptian hairstyles very much depended on the wealth, age and social group. To contrast from the Egyptians, classical Greece hairstyles where pulled back into a chignon style and was grown much longer and also involved sprinkling Gold powder into the hair. In Ancient Rome hairstyles became an expression of a person’s identity as much as it is today and again the style determined the persons wealth, status, gen