The first museum dedicated to hairdressing will open in Beijing in late August. The museum is located at Jiu Gulou Waidajie and will be free to the public. The exhibition will showcase the China’s hairdressing history and culture.
Founded by Beijing’s time-honored brand Silian Hairdressing and Beauty Salon, the 100-square-meter museum will house hundreds of pieces related to hairdressing. It will display not only ancient hairstyle pictures, but also physical objects such as stone tools used by ancient people for hair cut, ancient wooden comb and hairpin, modern and contemporary hairdressing equipments, many of which are rare treasures.