Beauty Cargo: Airfreight of Professional Hairdresser Equipment and Cosmetics from Tokyo


Hairdressing exists for thousands of years. Interesting to note, that the hairstyles appeared much before clothes.

Even in the 5th century B.C. the people paid great attention to hair treatment.

Hairstyles did not only beautify the owner, but often showed profession, social background, national identity, and sometimes even political views. Each era contributed to development of hairdressing art, that depicted way of living and preferences of the people, and their representations of beauty.

Even the first people had to make simple hairdressing procedures; they cut hair with flintrock knife and burnt it over the fire. Men made buns using leather belts, and women braided their hair.

The first signs of hairdressing art can be met around 5th century B.C. in Ancient Egypt. They dyed hair, colored nails, paid great attention to body care. The archeologists found jars with cosmetics.

Ancient Egyptians made curls on hair and wigs using cold ("wet") styling. The hair were curled over the wood, covered with mud, and dry mud simply fall of from the hair. All cosmetic procedures were made by slaves, and each slave had her own specialization.

Men shaved beards using razors of flintstone and bronze. Combs and hairpins made of wood and elephant ivory were known in that time. Digging shows that Babylonians and Assyrians also used hairdresser services.

Modern hairdressers use wide range of accessories to create thousands of hair styles and to dye hair in hundreds of ways. No doubt, perfect result requires using only high quality accessories in work. That is why many professionals choose Japanese products, such as products of Mizutani company. In the end of June Delivery World shipped professional scissors, combs, and cosmetics from Tokyo . The customer completes customs formalities of the beauty cargo, and in the nearest future delivered accessories and cosmetics will be available in the best salons of Moscow. 

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