The first documented use of hair extensions was in ancient Egypt, around 3400 BC – more than 5,000 years ago!

The Egyptians also had a variety of extension options to choose from. They put on wigs and attached them to their heads or used sewn-on hairpieces and plaits. The extensions were made from various materials, including human hair and dyed sheep’s wool. Materials such as resin and beeswax were used to attach the extension.

Anyone who has seen the Egyptian hieroglyphs can probably guess that these wigs and extensions were often dyed deep black. In addition to black, ancient Egyptian women also wore colorful extensions in bright blue, red and gold. Cleopatra’s favorite hair extension was peacock blue.

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