about hair coloring
In the 4th century BC it was written that the sun's rays were the
best means of lightening a man's hair. It was described, that when hair was washed with an
ointment (that was made in Athens), turned hair golden blonde when a man wound
sit in the
sun. But fair hair was not the color of choice for all societies. First Century
Romans favored dark hair produced by a black dye made of boiled Walnuts and leeks. Early
Saxon men dyed their hair and beards blue, red, green or orange.
Durng the era of Elizabeth I, reddish-orange hair was in vogue for
men and women in the days of Marie-Antoinette, pastel dresses prevailed. Hair then was
heavily powdered in shades of blue, pink, viola yellow, and pure white, with each color
having its own heyday.
- Most Grecian heroes had light-colored hair relying on harsh soaps and
bleaches to lighten and redden their hair. You probably could be
convinced the fair haired heroes of Ancient Greece and Rome and would like to become one
of their member.
Since the beginning of time, a women's hair has been her pride and
her bane. Women spent long tedious hours with crude dyes and herbal compounds, trying to
attain beautiful hair.
One day in 1907 a Paris hairdresser visited the Chemical
Engineering Institute of the Sorbonne University. He sought the help of the chemistry
specialists to satisfy the demands of his clients for a product that would cover gray hair
with natural looking results. The professors' response was: "Too frivolous for our
time and attention. But that was not the opinion of one of the students, who, with the
foresight that was to mark his entire career recognized the business potential in the
The first safe
commercial hair coloring was born in France in
1909 when French chemist Eugene Schuller created a mixture based on a new chemical.
paraphenylenediamine This concoction became the foundation of his company. the
"French Harmless Hair Dye Company " The name changed a Year later to the best
known name in the beauty industry. L'Oreal From the beginning, growth of the company was
steady. Continued success is based on the advanced and applied research of new product
development, on the expansion into markets around the world and on the acquisition of
companies whose products are of a quality commensurate with L'OREL's exacting standards.
- To show how hair coloring has increased throughout
the years let's examine the facts. In 1950 only about 7% of American women were
coloring their hair. Today that number has grown to more than 75% and is expected to
increase even more as hair colorng improves and becomes less time-consuming and healthier
for the hair. As more and more women, and men. go gray, hair coloring could become as
common as a haircut.
Do you need to be blonde?
It happens to the Asian population as well, in late 1990's, hair
coloring becomes a trend to uncover the beauty. The native dark hair of Asian people
becomes a monotonous looking and never easy to stand out from a crowd unless you are
highlighted by a distinct and matched hair color. Brunette and auburn hair color is
general accepted among the society and yet blonde is still awaiting. But once you see the
presentation from our Asian model, you will be impressed and vote for yes for blonde.
Not just a single hair coloring will offer you to
become the Snow White. You will need an advise and recommendation from a
professional stylist to find a perfect match with your hair color, style and make-up.
Make your appointment now.