Hair Culture of Ancient Romans

The Romans initially imitated the Greeks and then came up with their own innovative hairstyles that align with their own imperial ethics. Men usually carry short hairs and this came to be known as the “Titus”. Catered to by the barbers who were employed at the marketplaces and open baths, or even slaves, these men, … Read moreHair Culture of Ancient Romans

Fashion and Hairstyling of Ancient Greeks

The ancient Greeks came up with the beauty salon. A place where women could come gather around and have their cheeks blanched with white lead and have their hair dressed in various artistic ways. Sometimes they had their hair dyed bright red or blue colors. Spartan brides used to crop their hair: Athenians covered their … Read moreFashion and Hairstyling of Ancient Greeks