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Changing your haircut means changing your fate


Date: 08.07.2017

The "Happy Comb" campaign of the "Let's improve children's lives" charitable program of the "United World Cultures Foundation" together with teachers and students of the Kyiv Academy of Hairdressing Art visited the "Dzherelo" boarding house in Pushcha-Vodytsia on July 8, 2017, as they arrived to the settlers from Donbass to support them and at the same time provide free hairdressing services.

From time immemorial, the hair played a big role in human life. All peoples have a desire to preserve the health and beauty of hair, as well as their presence and length. The Slavs treated their hair with care and respect, and it was not customary to cut a child's hair before a ritual holiday called "Postryzhennya". A girl who had a long braid was considered to be the most beautiful. Slavs did not cut their hair, because they knew that it had hidden the great wisdom of the whole clan and great magical power.

To cut hair of children of Ancient Egypt was not accepted, it was necessary to leave a lock that will preserve the health and life of the child. And in China, the boy was always left with a bang, and the girl's long hair was tied with a red thread. Our wise ancestors taught us to keep our hair clean, because when a person's hair is clean, then the thoughts are clean. It's not for nothing that we find so many legends, songs, poems, proverbs and sayings, verdicts and legends devoted to hair in the people's treasury.

The "Happy Comb" campaign of the "Let's improve children's lives" charitable program of the "United World Cultures Foundation" together with teachers and students of the Kyiv Academy of Hairdressing Art visited the "Dzherelo" boarding house in Pushcha-Vodytsia on July 8, 2017, as they arrived to the settlers from Donbass to support them and at the same time provide free hairdressing services.

No wonder they say: "Changing your hair means changing your fate". The “United World Cultures Foundation” strives to improve the fate of people who temporarily reside in the "Dzherelo" boarding house in Pushcha-Vodytsia. If we want to achieve harmony with the outside world, then it is necessary to approach the choice of hairstyle very delicately, that is why the students of the Kyiv Academy of Hairdressing Art know some secrets how to change a person's destiny with the help of a haircut.