It’s 2017 and it’s safe to say that most women have had at least some experience with hair dye. Whether it was out of a box and done in thebathroom sink, or while sitting in a chair at a salon, most of us have at least done it once.
Of course, there are different kinds of hair dye these days, some more expensive and sophisticated than others, but most were derived from the accidental discovery of ahair color-changing substance by French chemists in the 1800s.
Before that, there was no singleagreed-upon way to change the color of your hair. Of course, that didn’t stop people from developing all sorts of interesting techniques to switch their shades.
Some are dangerous, some are gross, and some are plain confusing. One thing is for sure they will make you appreciate your current standing appointment, even if it’s with a box from the drug store.
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1. Henna In Ancient Egypt
2. Fermented Leeches In Ancient Greece
3. Sulfuric Acid In Renaissance Europe
4. Ashes And Nuts In Ancient Rome
5. Gold Flakes In Wealthier Ancient Rome
6. Volcanic Rock In The Maasai Tribe
7. Horse Urine In Medieval Times
8. Saffron And Sulfur In The Elizabethan Era
9. Goat Fat In Viking Times