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Hair Products Development History

Jan 19, 2017

A thick beautiful black hair, who do not love! Zhang Heng in the xijing Fu says admiringly: "Wei Hou XING in black and thick hair, ChEBI spoil in the light. "After Wei, Emperor Wu Empress Empress Wei Zifu, the General Wei Qing's sister. She can be called a beauty in Chinese history. The case, brought the world without this salon envy, but also pay particular attention to his hair. Therefore, Dae sung as the wind of wigs in the Han dynasty.

In ancient Chinese, "wig" and "wig" are all examples of wig, and "wig wig" part of the term refers to others as their own. In the history of China, Yao He Shun is known as the "monarch". As everyone knows, Chuang Tzu said, "Yu's medicine ulcer, bald and the wig". (Zhuangzi of heaven and Earth) of course, this is just a legend, because on the Zhuangzi has ever seen a bald wig Shun. But at least one thing is certain, that in an era of Zhuang Zi, wigs have appeared. At that time, wearing a wig and not just for bald men, women also wear. Load the book of songs: "black and thick clouds, disdains wig. "(The wind • Yong gentleman of the old) black and thick, dark and heavy, the us also.

However, the Han dynasty had lost the island of Hainan. Gu said Zhu ya County, Hainan Island, emperor Yuan Ding for six years (111 BC) settings. His Tan Dou (now Guangdong qiongshan Southeast), authority is equivalent to the northeast of the island regions. At that time, because here the Emperor Han officials arrived more than seven more proud and undisciplined illegal, so indigenous peoples often strive to resist. Emperor hanyuan three years earlier (46 BC), and Han officials were the indigenous of beautiful hair, had ordered "Kun took for a wig" (the legend of three kingdoms Wu Shu Xue Zong •), under their hair for wigs, and those indigenous to the violent resistance. Western Han regime expelled the Pearl cliffs, and the Han dynasty because of his contradictory, unable to sent troops to put down, had to renounce the Pearl cliffs.