MyAfroshop offers a full service range in hairstyling for women, kids and men. Specially for extensions, conrolls, braids, rasta and more fashionable hairstyling. The experts of the hair-salon are very multicultural and speak german, english, spanish and french.
Our hairdresser is a person whose occupation is to cut or style hair in order to change or maintain a person’s image. This is achieved using a combination of hair coloring, haircutting, and hair texturing techniques. Our hairdressers are professionally licensed as either a hairdresser, a barber or a cosmetologist.
In our shop you can find as well all products for Afro hairstyling, cosmetics, fashion and much more. come and visit us.
Hairdressing as an occupation dates back thousands of years. Ancient art drawings and paintings have been discovered depicting people working on other persons hair. Greek writers Aristophanes and Homer both mention hairdressing in their writings. In Africa, it was believed in some cultures that a person’s spirit occupied his or her hair, giving hairdressers high status within these communities. The status of hairdressing encouraged many to develop their skills, and close relationships were built between hairdressers and their clients. Hours would be spent washing, combing, oiling, styling and ornamenting their hair. Men would work specifically on men, and women on other women. Before a master hairdresser died, they would give their combs and tools to a chosen successor during a special ceremony.
In ancient Egypt, hairdressers had specially decorated cases to hold their tools, including lotions, scissors and styling materials. Barbers also worked as hairdressers, and wealthy men often had personal barbers within their home. With the standard of wig wearing within the culture, wigmakers were also trained as hairdressers. In ancient Rome and Greece household slaves and servants took on the role of hairdressers, including dyeing and shaving. Men who did not have their own private hair or shaving services would visit the local barbershop. Women had their hair maintained and groomed at their homes. Historical documentation is lacking regarding hairstylists from the 5th century till the 1300s. Hair care service grew in demand after a papal decree in 1092 demanded that all Roman Catholic clergymen remove their facial hair
Because we care for our custumers and we appreciate repeat business, we like to offer you a customer card. Ask our hairdresser for the “barber customer card”. for each haircut you get a stamp. If you have ten stamps on your card, you get a free haircut.