Hairdressing as an occupation dates back thousands of years. Ancient art drawings and paintings have been discovered depicting people working on other people's hair. Greek writers Aristophanes and Homer both mention hairdressing in their writings. In Africa, it was believed in some cultures that a person's spirit occupied his or her hair, giving hairdressers high status within these communities. The status of hairdressing encouraged many to develop their skills, and close relationships were built between hairdressers and those whose hair they worked on. Hours would be spent washing, combing, oiling, styling and ornamenting their hair. Men would work specifically on men, and women on other women. Before a master hairdresser died, they would give their combs and tools to a chosen successor during a special ceremony.
Traditional Japenese Wedding Hairstyle
Even those who rarely get go to a hairdresser will visit one before special occasions. Both brides and bridesmaids have always needed special attention for the big day.In ancient Rome they would dye their hair, and throughout history jewels or flowers would adorn the heads of the wedding participants. Hair extensions now mean short hair is no longer impediment to an impressive chignon, or flowing locks.
The romance of a flower garland
A Scottish Wedding That’s All About You
Because there’s no other couple like you, your Interfaith wedding is unique too. Traditional, modern, somewhere between? It’s your ceremony for your perfect day in beautiful, bonny, romantic Scotland.
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