The attitude was very demure, women were limited to using their hair with a simple stripe in the Middle, and with braids that surrounded their heads. Not sought too change in the hair color because it wasn’t very well seen. In the Renaissance (from the 15th century to the 18th century), the women’s scalps are becoming the center of creativity of the hairdressers who play with her hairstyles with much more sophisticated and numerous Accessories: snoods, wreaths, fake braids, interlaced jewelry. Also, facial cosmetics takes an important boost, and creams and ointments, many of which are brought from distant countries are numerous. For the first time, we can talk about a fashion quite extended across Europe, and which is imposed by the Venetian: taste for red hair, extends surprisingly outside Italy. same.
In the 17TH and 18th centuries, Paris is the city that becomes the center of all the tastes and styles of beauty imposed on the rest of the world. The demands of French men and women are so large with their hairstyles which is at this time when the art of hairdressing acquired a big boost. Is they impose the famous white wigs, which were accompanied by intricate accessories that included up to models, difficult to transport when moving from one place to another. With a mixture of talc and starch, these wigs are arranged so that they glitches as white as possible, and to curl them, hairdressers wound their Wicks into cylinders that heated in ovens bakery. Thus was born the permanent hot. In the 19th century.
emerges something that conmocionara, also, to the hairdresser and oxygenated water (1867), is much less aggressive in what had been using since the ancient Greeks. Hairdressers increase visits at home, as a way of working. The 20th century is a century that could be classified as very changeable, but which is joined by something: the definitive birth of fashion.