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Hair History: Ancient Greece

Time for another episode of Hair History. Today it’s time to tackle to age of gods and goddesses, philosophers and poets. We’re going over Ancient Greece! I’m going to talk to you about the significance of hair, the rituals and styles that were done with them, and of course show you how to do a proper Ancient Greek hairstyle. Enjoy!


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4 thoughts on “Hair History: Ancient Greece”

  1. Hi Lucy!! I really like your videos and your blog! Would you ever consider doing a makeup history version of this “ancient greek” look? 🙂

    1. It would be hard to get such defined curls without heat, but a sock bun should definitely give you the most similar effect 🙂

  2. I love Greek inspired hair. I wore very Grecian looking styles to both my junior and senior prom. Anytime I dress fancy I lean toward Greek hair for some reason. I just really like it and my hair is naturally curly so its very easy. I love these hair history videos and can’t wait to see the rest of them!

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