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The Definition Of A Wig
Jul 26, 2017

Wig, ancient Chinese called Shan, Shan (Pinyin: dì), hairs Shan (pinyin: Bì), refers to artificial hair that is not naturally grown by humans and is worn for different purposes. In Asia, China has long had wigs, the book of songs has been mentioned many times. By the spring and Autumn Period (B.C. 770-476 BC), wigs began to prevail in China.

Japanese traditional hairstyles are often combed with wigs. The Korean peninsula began to wear a fake bun in Korea (918-1392). In Africa, the ancient Egyptians began to use wigs more than 4,000 years ago, the world's first people to use wigs, and the wigs to Europe. Wigs appear in many forms of performing arts and ceremonial forms worn. In Britain and most Commonwealth countries, wigs are one of the court costumes of barristers and judges.