Healthy silky long hair is always the pride of those who have received this gift from nature. In the history of fashion, fashion lovers have always loved to experiment with long hair to create stunning hairstyles. In ancient Greece and Rome the hair was often divided in the middle and knotted at the back. Decorated with beautiful hair clips, nets and ribbons or even tiaras - this elegant hairstyle never goes out of style. Over time, hairstyles have become increasingly complex and voluminous. Braids, curls, and rolls were at that time the main elements of the hairstyle. Sometimes the hair was wrapped around special wire forms and integrated into the hair. The hair was often not sufficient, therefore false strands and wigs were used. Natural blonde and red strands were the most valuable. As a result, hair styling claimed more time so that only privileged women could afford this luxury.
In the Middle Ages wigs were forbidden by the Catholic Church. That's why natural long hair came back into fashion. Braids and knots were hidden under hats lace wig adhesive, hoods, and headscarfs, since open hair was regarded as a sin. Many women wore very long hair (up to the waist), interwoven braids with ribbons and lace, decorated with pearls, precious stones, flowers and jewels.
In Europe in the XVI and XVII century, long hair was still popular, open or high-heeled. The reign of the French kings, Louis XIII to Louis XV, brought a true boom in wig fashion across Europe. The XVII and XVIII centuries entered the hairstyle history as the most absurd and funny chapter. In 1674 three French wiggle masters settled in Berlin and in 1716 there was already a whole wigs factory. Workers in the wigs manufactory were called "posticheur" (French: postiche = Haarteil). The aim was to underline as much as possible the social status of the upper class. Extremely large wigs for men and women, powdered and combined with unimaginable objects (feathers, fruits, ship models) were the last cry - the imagination of the hairdresser knew no boundaries. This was the reason for many cartoons of the time.
The beginning of the twentieth century rang the time of curly hair. The 50's and 60's: open short and medium hair with light curls and lots of volume. In the 80s the British hairdresser triggered a true revolution in the hair design industry. He introduced the concept of hair extension, fixed on self hair with keratin and other materials.
A relatively new method instead of the Bonding Strands is the Clip In Extensions. Certain advantages of our Clip in System Hair Extensions are: No risk of hurting your hair, reusable, washable, user-friendly, made of 100% Indian Echthaar best and densest hair quality. A detailed tutorial on how to create Clip In Extension on your hair can be found at:
In our shop you can choose from Clip In Extensions from 30 cm to 60 cm length of different colors. If you are not sure which is best for you hair wigs and extensions, contact us, we are always ready to answer your questions.