Woman in Traditional Japanese Painting

Japanese women in kimono usually combed hair so that you can see its head and neck.

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Hairstyles had diverse and often very complex shape. At the heart of each of them lay a kind of bow or knot made from a few strands of hair. Bouffant hairdos was constructed once a week, and covered with varnish. To save her Japanese women was sleeping on special rollers under head. Decorative wooden , metal, bone, tortoiseshell, coral combs and hairpins were used for decoration hairstyles. Besides hair were decorated with flowers.

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