Five Cool Hairstyles From Around The World
Hairstyles date back to the Roman era. They used to make a braid which was the symbol of chastity among women. From then onwards the world of hairstyles hasn’t looked back. Celebrities like the Kardashians have been flaunting them and showing them how to carry such hairstyles. There are beautiful hairstyles that certain countries around the world are known for. Below are a few hairstyles that you can try from different areas of the world!
Cornrows are an old conventional African hairstyle, in which the hair is plaited near the scalp, utilizing an underhand, upward movement to create a ceaseless, raised column. Different superstars can be seen showing off this haircut on the runways, red carpets, and even day to day life!
So now we know where the buns come from. This Japanese culture of keeping a bun and adorning it with clips and pins is used around the world. Shimada is lady’s haircut from Japan, it is similar to a chignon. In the present day, it is for the most part worn as a wig by Geishas (Geisha are customary Japanese female performers who go about as leaders). The only difference from the modern day bun is that a small section is pointed outwards.
LONG BRAID WITH JEWELS (INDIA)
This is a major hairstyle that is used by the Indians on most occasions. In the Desi culture, the longer the braid the beautiful the lady is. The braid is then decorated with jewels and pearls. There are proper ‘parandas’ used to give an illusion of longer hair in the Indian culture. This is now used by various women from all around the world.
FLAMENCO CHIGNON (SPAIN)
This special hairstyle that is now used by almost every woman in Pakistan was inspired by the Spanish. It came about when the Spanish women started dancing. Even now, their hair is tied like this with long gowns during their traditional dances. There are flamenco-inspired dresses too!
This final hairstyle is the one that is still very popular among the masses. It was started by the Himba Tribe back in the days. There are different styles within this style and those styles represent the different stages of a woman. From her marital life to her age, all was shown as signs through this very hairstyle. Through progression and advancement, this hairstyle has changed a bit but the roots are the same. It dates back to the African region but is used all around the world now.