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Hair Coloring

The popularity of hair coloring for men and women with time decreased as the dye was so corrosive that they lead to hair loss. To apply and test cosmetics, they are specifically used slaves. The idea to paint his nails appeared in cosmetics long. The first examples date from the 3000g BC in China. To create the lacquer they used tar, egg yolks, gelatin and beeswax. The royal family in China used gold and silver-colored paints, and later, in the first century AD – black and red. The lower class was allowed to wear only pale in color.

In Egypt, the color of paint used belonged to a particular social class. To paint her nails, used henna. The modern nail polish has a variety of colors and shades. Hair color and haircuts, too, is not new. Romans, ancient Egyptians and Greeks were engaged in detailed elaboration of the principles of coloring and haircuts.

Most early hair dyes, such as henna, indigo, sage and camomile, could only make the hair darker. Roman women show off their dark shiny tresses, dyed with a decoction of walnut and leek. They also used bleachers, made from goat fat and ashes. During the Renaissance, light hair color was also popular because it was considered angelic. Tincture of black sulfur, and honey were applied to the hair, the interaction with the sun hair lightens up. Only in 1907, the first synthetic dye was created by French chemist Eugene Shyullerom. It was originally called Aureole, but later renamed L'Oreal, which in French means a halo glow. A bit of history scents fragrance – a blend of extracts, alcohol and water, every perfume, cologne, fragrance characterized by the ratio of ingredients. Compared with the toilet water spirits are of a different concentration of extracts. But Toilet water is not highly concentrated, leaving an intense smell of slow. History of perfume and lotion are as old as the history of early civilization. Over time, people discovered that the melted butter and animal fat is not only heals the skin but also prevents further damage. According to Paul Ostling, who has experience with these questions. Rich people prefer the beautiful almond oil, olives and sesame seeds, while the poor use less flavorful, but less convenient castor oil. 200 BC ruler Hammurabi of Babylon gave a decree, ordering everyone in his kingdom (male and female) to bathe in perfume.

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