If you live in Macomb county, I am sure you have noticed and sensed a new trend in the beauty fashion industry. We wrote about this trend few months back and now it is becoming well known, visible, and the level of competition has never been at its peak the way the beauty fashion industry has witnessed since its genesis.
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In Japan women’s hairstyles where quite different from Chinese styles. In the 7th Century noble women wore their hair tight to their head with a sickle-shaped ponytail at the back (kepatsu). However, after this period and up until 1345 fashion dictated that women should wear their hair long and unbound as a sign of beauty.
In the Edo Period (1603-1868), women took on much more elaborate styles, in particular they would wear a variety of different buns, decorated with hairsticks, ribbons, flowers and combs.
The next 100 years indicate the same style but with a much larger comb onto the head, which would have had ribbons ad sticks located near the back of the head (being very heavy). But there were also women who would adopt a much simplistic style such as the “box shimada” which consisted of hair being looped on top of the head and a projecting box at the nape of her neck. Thun was also worn on top of the head and secured with a pin.
Men in Japan wore similar hairstyles to Chinese men, pulled tight into a ponytail with the front part shaved. Or the wrester style in which the hair would be pinned to the back of the head and the front part shaved.
Chinese hairstyles vary depending on the age of the woman and her marital status and the reason for their hair being extremely long was because it was considered disrespectful to cut hair because it was inherited from their parents. Girls (and unmarried women) would usually wear their hair long and braided as for unmarried women. For married women this is reversed as their hair is tied up, with the odd loose curl to show that she is already married. Many Chinese women used a hair piece called a Buyao (“Shake as you Go”).
In the Vedic period (1700-1100BCE) they arranged that Indians should shave the whole head, leaving a lock of hair at the back or at the side, similar to young Egyptians, allowing “God to pull people into heaven” .This kind of hair cut was limited to people with high social positions over time, whilst women were to use head pieces with gems and jewels in the forehead.
The Wind of Change
The Greek culture changed all this as Buddha was shown with curly hair in the style of a bun, atop his head. In the period between 320 – 550 women’s hair was generally cut short and they would use longer hair to create a style, if their hair was tied it was in a bun to the side of their head or near the nape of her neck.
Men would also have long shoulder-length hair that was often braided. Since the 6th Century, in India amongst the Muslim community the hair was concealed in public for both men and women. Men would wear a turban or fez. Women would wear a traditional veil. In the 7th century, several sultans from Damascus, Persia and Afghanistan started to invade India, which caused a blend of Muslim and Indian costumes. Their hairstyle did not change much as most of the women’s hair was black, long, with braids or tied in chignons at the nape.
Next blog will focus on 2 major civilizations and their hairstyling history, China and Japan.
Hairstyles were determined by a number of factors, namely gender, age, social status, wealth and profession. A woman’s hairstyle expressed her individuality in the Ancient Roman World. How one dressed one’s hair was an indication of who you were and what your role in society was.
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Monday March 13, 2017 from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM.
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We will be launching a list of blogs highlighting the history of hair styling throughout different civilizations old and most recent. We hope you will enjoy the researched information and we ask you to please forward it and share it with others as well.
Haircuts in lands of Pharaohs
Egyptian hairstyles very much depended on the wealth, age and social group the individual circulated in. Both men and women would have shoulder-length hair or hair cut short to the nape or even clean shaven heads!
The wealthier you were, the more elaborate wigs you’ll wear.
However a shaven head was worn by young adults before they become of age, they would leave a small curl in the side of their head, named ’Lock of Youth’, to symbolise their age. Then they would have a choice of short or long hair. Young girls wore plaits, braids or sometimes ponytails.
The older men and women would wear wigs to hide their lack of hair or the greyness of it. Due to being exposed to the sun, the wig would help protect the Egyptian’s hair from sun damage.
Different Kingdoms – Different Hairstyles
Women from the Old Kingdom would have shorter hairstyles whereas women from the New Kingdom had longer ones. Women would wear their hair with a natural-looking curl (when their hair was long) or plaited.
Both Egyptian men and women wore wigs to protect their hair from sun damage.
Both kinds of women would decorate their hair with flowers such as the lotus blossom and linen ribbons. Egyptians would also use Diadems (similar to tiaras) made from gold or garnet but the poor people would decorate their hair with berries and petals. They would also wear headbands that circled the whole head and would serve to hold the hair in place as well as ivory and metal hairpins and beads to keep extensions in place. On each ringlet of hair (tress) they threaded gold tubes to show their wealth and
dyed their natural hair with henna. Like women today their hairstyles were very unique.
The Veil was rejected by the privileged women but poor women adopted the veil because it was seen as a sign of social mobility. Men kept their hair short or shaved, the wealthier men would wear elaborate wigs.
The Hair Salon industry has managed to untangle its early postrecessionary knots. Rising consumer sentiment and per capita disposable income have boosted industry growth over the five years to 2015. This has also led to increased demand for ancillary services to standard haircuts, such as hair modification treatments (e.g. straightening procedures and perms), skin-care services and massages.
In the coming years, the industry is forecast to exhibit more steady growth. Per capita disposable income and consumer confidence will keep rising as the unemployment rate continues to decline, providing consumers with more discretionary income for luxury services at hair salons.
It is quite revealing that in 2015 the hair dressing industry had 43 billion dollar in revenue with more than 1 million businesses across the nation. These figures have motivated several entrepreneurs over the past decade to develop business solutions in the beauty industry that will make the career of a professional hairstylist enjoyable, productive, and profitable. That’s what led a 38 years professional hair stylist make the move.
The Salon Suite industry is a revolutionary concept that is shifting the hair styling industry to a higher level. Professional hairstylist have one thing to bring with them when they move into their new salon suite: Their Skill! This is where Salon Treuvis Suites sets a precedent. Salon Treuvis Suites combines luxury, privacy, elegance and customer service under one roof for a fixed price any professional hairstylist can afford.
Are you a Salon Owner?
You might wonder, “How can I make more profits in a salon suite now I am an owner?”. The answer is simple; you are paying one flat fee, no hidden costs.
You won’t have to worry about a shocking electricity bill, or a drowning water bill, or a burning gas bill, or hit by a high
maintenance / technical situation for your heating and air conditioning system. You don’t pay for cable TV subscription. You have complementary coffee and water, complementary use of our washers and dryers, You have your own break room to relax, mingle with other hair professionals and bounce off ideas, working as a team while still enjoying full control of your salon suite.
Are you on Commission?
You might wonder, Will I make more money? The answer is a simple 3-letter word, “YES”. Why don’t you find out? Click on our online Profit Calculator, Enter the current dollar amount you make renting a chair or paying commission and find out for yourself what the figures will show.
Do you rent a chair?
The biggest question is, “will my clients follow me?” They will if you offer them something better than the location you used to do their hair. Salon Treuvis Suites will allow you to enjoy the privacy, one on one attention and care, and a concierge who will welcome your clients and lead them to your salon suite. Once they enter one of Salon Treuvis Suites, you capture them for life. Here are the 3 steps you need to take when deciding to make the move:
Call the clients that you have appointments scheduled for for the next two weeks: Those clients need to know immediately. The last thing you want is for them to show up for their appointment at the old salon.
Invest in stamps and nice stationery:Don’t just send an email.Emails are informal and many of your clients may not even read it. In that letter, let them know you made the mover with their interest in mind, so that the can enjoy the PQRST; Privacy, Quality, Relaxation, Service and Total Satisfaction.
Send an email 3-5 days after you mail the letters: Give the clients time to receive the letters by mail and then send an email.
If you fit any of the above 3 criteria and are still in doubt, please give us a call and one of our sales agents will assist to address your concerns and help you in making the right decision.