A MODERN ADAPTATION OF THE HAIRDRESSING FASHION OF THE FLAVIUS AGE

Abstract

Author(s): Ya?ar ARLI

With women’s desires and wishes to become beautiful since ancient history, the hairdressing fashion isundoubtedly a product of much effort and patience. The hairdressing fashion in this paper was transformed into a sponge-like hair body that was made to resemble honey combs in the hair during the Flavius Dynasty by the use of a drill. Drills were first used during the reign of Caligula to curl the hair on the forehead. This trend, which reflected the inflated style of hair strands on forehead, was originally created by wrapping the heated iron bars around the hair on the forehead. Today, this hair style is created through the use of hair balls or curling irons, and it is again a product of long effort just like during ancient times.

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