Most people notice the mainstream hairstyles that you see everywhere, but there are many unique fashion subcultures that also exist in the world. Today, I want to just touch on some of the craziest, yet most interesting subcultures around the world and how these people style their hair.
The other day, somebody mentioned to me that he had just learned that Paul Mitchell and Patron were owned by the same person. True? Partially. Let me explain….
Paul Mitchell was founded by two young entrepreneurs in 1980. The iconic hairstylist, Cyril Mitchell (who later went by the name Paul Mitchell) and John Paul DeJoria started the world-famous Paul Mitchell hair product line with just 700$ and a dream. The business office originally consisted of just a P.O. Box and a message recording. They sold only the most basic products: shampoo one, shampoo two and the conditioner.
Ok, so I originally wrote this article as a guest post for an upcoming blog about beauty and it was supposed to go live about 6 months ago. However, the website is still under construction and I decided I didn’t want to waste the article. So here it is: The 15 Most Iconic Celebrity Hairstyles of All Time!
So I have to admit, I have some exciting news to tell you all. I just got a part-time second job at Sally Beauty Supply! Since I started working at Tanning Etc. as an independent hairstylist, it has been rough from time to time. I have a decent clientele, and most of my clients followed me to the new salon, but I am still not completely booked every single hour that I’m there.
My ultimate goal is to get to the point where I am super busy all the time, but for now, times can be rough. I have been looking for another hourly job for a while now, to supplement my income and give me security (knowing I will get a paycheck every few weeks), and Sally’s was the job I wanted the most. I’m pretty stoked to say the least!
In this article, I am going to take you through time and show you the evolution of hairstyling in the form of a timeline. We begin our journey all the way back in the caveman days…