An Ohio woman who goes by the pseudonym Shelly-Rapunzel sold 38 inches of her ankle-length brown hair on BuyandSellHair. She is not alone. The website is full of women auctioning their hair to the highest bidder. Not all have tales of hardship: some simply want a change of hairstyle; others do it to raise money for specific purposes such as education or charity; others are regulars who use the hair on their heads to bring in some extra cash every few years. As a hair seller whose identity is at least somewhat known, Shelly-Rapunzel is an anomaly in a largely anonymous world. The gathering of human hair is on the whole a backstage business about which little is known to those outside the trade.
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Chinese hair style through centuries - Kaleidoscope effect
The Ancient Lifehack series draws upon the wisdom of 5, years of Chinese civilization for inspiration and ideas we can apply today. Do you fancy announcing status updates the old-fashioned way? Read on. In ancient China, young women wore their hair down or in simple styles to show they were unmarried. A girl who completed the ceremony was considered an adult eligible for marriage. Since long, lustrous black hair was a sign of health and considered attractive, these young ladies, having never cut their hair, styled it in a way to let their tresses shine.
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The fascinating hair-story of Chinese combs
Wide-tooth combs can be used to detangle hair, while double-edged fine-tooth combs keep hair clean, shiny and free from parasites. Combs can stimulate the nerves of the scalp, boost the metabolism and promote long life. They can also be used as a head ornament. In the Tang Dynasty CE many women wore combs in their hair as a fashion accessory.
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