Hairs are a biological and social phenomenon. Since prehistoric times they have been useful to humans as they helped protect the body from low temperatures, friction or other forms of injury it can suffer. Then the visible hairs were intense now only on the upper part of the body, the head and especially on the upper part, that is the hair. With the passing of time, man has more and more the need to deal with the embellishment of his appearance. A piece that has been particularly important to date is his own. The coma in the general sense is the plating of the body. Hair was considered vital for the mechanisms of social and cultural diversification. It is a declarative social class, age, marital status, racial discrimination, political beliefs and personality of each sex, while it acts as a means of social control and invasion. From physical characteristics, hair has the ability to adapt to changes and so can satisfy new social, cultural and political data. The external appearance, behavior and movements of the human beings give us enough information to determine its origin or occupation or even its aesthetics.
It is the conditions of society that have created something natural in symbolizing separation and have led people at the same time to the need for evolution and processing. It is now the need or desire of a person to stand out or join a group. An artistic expression in today's era, and in antiquity a piece of culture and a symbol of hierarchical position in the tribes. The forms of the waves vary and serve what they cannot convey to their own words or actions. It complements the external appearance of man, imparting his identity.