No, we don’t think so. Then you’ll want to add these great books about hair to your reading list. They’re sure to get the attention of anyone who loves hair. It includes the best books about hair, from the history of hairstyles to the exploration of modern-day trends and their deeper meanings. You might even get some ideas for new hairstyles while reading this collection at night.
Hair by Guido
As you would expect from a book written by a top fashion expert, “Hair by Guido” is a great read. In this book, you’ll find hundreds of Guido’s hair creations that are always a big hit in the fashion world. They often become the look of the season, too.
Hairʼem Scareʼem by Robert Klanten
Hairstyles aren’t just about hair. They’re about expressing yourself in a unique way! A new book called “Hair ‘Em Scare ‘Em” looks at the interesting beauty and creative possibilities of hair as a modern form of art, expression, and even graphic design.
Black Hair: Art, Style and Culture by Ima Ebong
Ima Ebong wrote “Black Hair: Art, Style and Culture,” which talks about black hair in art, fashion, and culture.
People who are black have a lot of different ways of styling their hair. This book shows that through poetry, stories, and non-fiction stories, this is true. You’ll find both traditional hairstyles and the results of more quirky and urban styling in this book. The book wants you to celebrate your natural black hair and understand how culturally and politically important it is to have that hair in the first place.
African American hair: art, style, culture was written by Ima Ebong.
A Century of Hairstyles by Pamela Church Gibson
It’s a great way to travel back in time with this book. You can also learn about the fascinating world of hairstyles. The last 100 years have been a lot of fun for hair, and this book has stories about how it all happened. You can read about the bangs of the 1920s to the bouffants of the 1960s.
For more than 100 years, Pamela Church Gibson has been making hairstyles.
Hair: Fashion and Fantasy by Laurent Philippon
Hairstyles have been a way to show who you are and how important you are, from Cleopatra’s braids that looked like goddesses to Marie-strong Antoinette’s pompadour. To show how hair can be used as art, this book explores everything from traditional tribal fashions to the most recent creations.
He wrote Hair: Fashion and Fantasy.
Fashions in Hair: The First Five Thousand Years by P. Owen
There’s probably not a book that does a better job of showing how hairstyles have changed over time than this one. From the time of the Egyptians to the modern day, this is the best book on men and women’s hairstyles. It’ll teach you a thing or two and also keep you entertained.
Owen’s book, Fashions in Hair: The First Five Thousand Years, is about hair styles.
Vidal: The Autobiography by Vidal Sassoon
We don’t need to say anything else. This is the autobiography of the world’s best hairdresser. Get to know how he went from a poor childhood to global success and fame. He cut the hair of the richest and most famous during his career, which made him an inspiration to many.
Vidal: Vidal Sassoon’s autobiography is called Vidal.
Hairstyles: Ancient to Present by Charlotte Fiell
This is a time to celebrate the most beautiful hairstyles, from ancient Greek braids to spiky Punk mohawks. You’ll be amazed when you open this book. It’s filled with beautiful, awe-inspiring illustrations of more than 1000 different styles of art.
Styles: Ancient to the Present is a book about hair by Charlotte Fiell.
Curly Girl The Handbook by Lorraine Massey and Michele Bender
This book is a little more practical, but it’s still worth your time. As someone who loves her curly hair, this book is full of hair care tips, ideas for styling, and even a step-by-step guide to cutting your own hair!
By Lorraine Massey and Michelle Bender, Curly Girl The Handbook
Trunk Volume One: Hair
Tales of myth and fantasy about hair are looked at in this slightly different book. If you want to learn more about Rapunzel and her magical hair, or Medusa and her snake hairstyle, then this book is for you. You’ll be interested the whole time!
The first volume of the trunk: hair
Hair by Sam Mcknight
Princess Diana’s slicked back hairstyle and Tilda Swindon’s take on David Bowie’s hairstyle are some of the most well-known examples in popular culture. This book is about the best work by hairstylist Sam Mcknight, and it includes some of the most well-known examples in popular culture. His work has been praised and respected around the world, and this book will show you why.
He did the hair for Sam McKnight.
Manual of Ladies Hairdressing for Students: Over 35 Authentic Victorian Hairstyles With Instruction by A. Mallemont
If you have ever thought about going back in time to the Victorian era, now is the time. This book lets you do just that. Beautiful pictures and detailed instructions on how to make romantic and elegant Victorian hairstyles are in this book, which was first published in 1899.
This is a manual for students who want to learn how to cut women’s hair:
Entanglement: The Secret Lives of Hair by Emma Tarlo
It’s possible that when hair comes off the heads of Buddhist monks or long-haired women, it goes somewhere else. Has Emma Tarlo, the person who wrote the book. She went around the world to find out more about the lives of hair. She went to India, Myanmar, Africa, China, and a lot of other places. You’ll learn about places hair goes that you might not expect.
When you read these books, you can look at hair from many different perspectives and learn a lot about it.
These books are great for anyone who wants to learn more about the deeper symbolic meaning of hair, or if you want to read them for yourself because you find hair interesting.