Why do men in Japan have hair that looks like that of an Egyptian goddess?

Why do men in Japan have hair that looks like that of an Egyptian goddess?

Posted October 03, 2018 07:20:15Male hairstyles have been around for millennia, and they have a deep and powerful significance in Japanese culture.

Hair is often seen as an indication of wealth, power, beauty, or status, and it is the primary source of protection against illness and injury.

Hair also symbolises masculinity, and some women wear it as a symbol of beauty.

However, as Japanese culture has developed over the past few centuries, men in particular have become increasingly interested in wearing the hairstyle that reflects their gender.

This has lead to a proliferation of popular styles, with many men in their 20s and 30s using their hair to show off their masculinity and confidence.

This article examines the history of men’s hairstyles and explores the reasons why men in this age group choose these styles.

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