Monthly Archives: August 2012

Hair Accessories of the Early Times

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The history of head wear goes a long way. It can be traced back to the middle ages in Europe when head pieces were more of a social status indication than mere decorative part of the head. Women of all ages were made to wear a head piece as part of having good manners and elegance too.

As time went by, more and more reasons for putting on a head wear came about; some as necessitated by a situation like …

Periods of Time and Head Coverings

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There is something unique about traditions when it comes to head coverings especially among women. Take a look at Amish or Mennonite women. But before we jump into any conclusion, it is best to understand that this head covering tradition among women of earlier times was an act of obedience.

The early Christians believed that when praying, an uncovered head is a disgrace. In that light, women continued wearing the head cover even when they are out in the community and among other people.

Stunning Hair Dos with Head Scarves

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Simply having your hair done seems incomplete without hair accessories. This is simply because hair accessories add a touch of glamour to your hairstyle for that complete stunning looks. While we live in a fast-paced world, still, that is no reason to stay out of style when it comes to our hair. One of the very versatile and most popular hair accessories that are easy and quick to do is the hair scarf.

Berets – One of the Most Fashionable Hair Covers

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With so many possibilities when it comes to staying in fashion, probably one of the most opted for is the hat. Among the different types of hats available such as caps, snoods, head scarves, turban, and many more, women’s berets belong to the most fashionable options. Of course we all know that a beret is that uniquely shaped hat in which a woman can keep her hair tucked inside for that cool neat look or simply let her hair down with the beret placed on top of her …

How the Cowboy Hard Hat Came to Be

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 As a hat fan, Bret Atkins did not want messing up his hats when he works in his garage.So in 1996, he thought of creating what we now call as Cowboy Hard Hat. That way, he can continue wearing a hat as he worked yet not mess it up in the process.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA now distinguishes that Atkins hat creation as a safety head wear for those living a western kind of lifestyle.

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