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Slide show 1105 tech. communication

Slide show 1105 tech. communication



Technical Communication 1105

Technical Communication 1105



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    • Hair & Cosmetology
      From one era to the next…
    • 20th Century Fashion
      Ones color of hair once showed men/women status in the community.
      • For women, blonde was most generalized with being a model or actress.
      • For men, having dark shades of color, blacks and brown showed their status.
      Gray has always been associated with aging, the shades of gray will always be the sign of aging.
      Men's hair styles haven't changed much, from short to long, men's styles have stayed generally the same.
      Women's hair have changed throughout the years and will continue to change do to trends, even though styles have changed some styles have stayed around.
      • From curls
      • Rags
      • Scarves
      • straightening
      • And hats
    • Expression through hair styles
      • Men/women have expressed themselves through the style, and color of their hair choices for years.
      • Even men/women who were enslaved had style.
      • Women wore braids
      • Wrapped
      • Or placed beads in for a sense of style
      • Men worse their hair short
      Enslaved or not men/women were still able to express them selves through their hair.
    • Time lines through Cosmetology
      • 1909: French chemist Eugene Schueller developed the first safe hair color. In 1910, he named his company L’Oreal.
      • 1905: Sarah McWilliams sold hair growth door-to-door. She than was married and opened her company in Indianapolis in 1911.
      • 1909: Florence Graham and cosmetologist Elizabeth Hubbard opened a salon in New York, on Fifth street, the salon was renamed Elizabeth Arden.
      • 1922: Bobby pins were invented to manage short (bobbed) hair.
      • 1932: Lawrence Gelb, a New York chemist, bring home a product from Paris, hair color, then started the company Clairol.
      • 1933: A method of permanent waving, using chemicals, no electricity or machines.
    • Hair styles today
      Even though the class of ones hair color choice does not show their status among society, men/women still express themselves through their hairstyle choices, rather a color or cut. Expression and style is shown through their hair, the appearance of which they want others to see them as who they are.
      Men, still wear their hair long or short, and at times add color as well.
      Women, are still curling, straightening, and coloring their hair.
      Hair colors have changed drastically, stylist have the choice to use, pink, blue, green, yellow, purple, and much more. While before the color were slim, only having our basic colors, like blondes, browns, black, and reds.
      Although, times have changed not much have changed in cosmetology, besides being educated, and having more chemicals, and electrical items to work with and use. Making our job easier.
    • References