Thought of the Day. “ Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow”. Historical Time Line. Hairdressing from the beginning of recorded history to the present. Objective.
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“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow”
Hairdressing from the beginning of recorded history to the present
The student be able to describe the early origins of hairstyling and barbering.
(Medieval times or Middle Ages were considered to occur from approximately
500 A.D. to 1400 A.D.)
Cosmetology and medicine were taught as combined subjects in English universities
Transition in Western civilization from medieval times to modern history
(Began in the fourteenth century and lasted into the seventeenth century)
Sarah Breedlove suffered from a scalp condition and began losing her hair
She started experimenting with store-bought products and homemade remedies
Frenchman Alexandre F. Goderoy invented the hot-blast hair dryer
Sarah Breedlove married her third husband, C.J. Walker , and was henceforth known as madam C.J. Walker
She began to sell her scalp conditioning and healing formula, called Madam C.J. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower.
Madam C.J. Walker moved her company to Indianapolis, where she built a factory, a hair salon, and a training school
Madam C.J. Walker organized a convention for her Madam C.J. Walker Hair Culturist Union of America
We have learned that hairdressing has evolved from the Glacial Age to the present
Why is knowing about this history and evolution of this industry so important to my success in cosmetology or a related field?
Write a short essay to the above question.