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Dyer’s Roots - First part

By - Monday June 04, 2012
Meet Dyer’s ancestors:
It’s quite simple actually, since humans started washing their hair, they’ve had to deal with that particularly annoying dilemma: If I go out with my hair wet I’ll get a cold.
A solution had to be found. Humans started to think about it and that’s how my ancestors were born.

The very first one was Aulus Dyerus. For a long time he was simply used for music purposes, until somebody realised that if you blew hard enough into him, he could dry people’s hair. This low relief illustrates the way Romans used to do.

Franszoues Dyeron: During the dark days of the middle age, at a time when hairs weren’t that important anymore, a hairy scholar who – who had just lost his hat – decided to bring back my ancestor.
There were four blowers this time… but despite all their efforts, nothing could be done for the dampest hair.

Sandro Dyeroli: during the Renaissance, women made a great deal of their hairstyle. My ancestors, thanks to the birth of the human sciences, became more and more sophisticated.
To be continued…

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