Myanmar Hair Styles

User Rating:  / 0
Poor    Best    

Myanmar Hair Styles

According to ancient records Myanmar women have had their own style of dresses since AD 100. Some of the dress-styles and the hairstyles of the earlier period are still in fashion, but some have become museum pieces with the change of time. So, now we will be
highlighting the beauty of Myanmar women. Some 2000 years ago, and at the same time Myanmar damsels of today dress and their hair style.

Bagan Period [AD 800-1300]

This hair knot is one of the 55 types of hairdos, which was popular during AD 800 to 1300."A Decorative band is worn on the forehead, and a tight bracelet is worn around the arm. An embroidered shawl is worn over the shoulders.

hairstyle-1ahairstyle-1b

Women's hair-styles in mural at Bagan


Rakhine Era

Different hair styles anda dressings of the Rakhine people.

hairstyle-2

Women's hair-styles from sandstone relief at Kokkanthein Pagoda
(500 years ago)

 

hairstyle-3

Women's hair-styles from sandstone relief at Kokkanthein Pagoda
(500 years ago)

hairstyle-4

Women's hair-styles from sandstone relief at Kokkanthein Pagoda
(500 years ago)

 

 

Early Yadanabon period

The maidens who loved in royal palace usually wear their hair knot decorated with golden caps.They usually wear long length sequent Longyis with Hta-ma-thein jacket.

 
Yadanarbon Period

hairstyle-5hairstyle-14hairstyle-13

hairstyle-12hairstyle-11hairstyle-10

hairstyle-9hairstyle-8hairstyle-7

Hair-styles of Yadanarpon period from a Purapaik

hairstyle-16hairstyle-15hairstyle-17hairstyle-19hairstyle-18hairstyle-20

hairstyle-22hairstyle-21hairstyle-23

hairstyle-25hairstyle-24hairstyle-26

hairstyle-29hairstyle-28hairstyle-30

hairstyle-32hairstyle-31hairstyle-33

 

 hairstyle-35hairstyle-34hairstyle-36

hairstyle-38hairstyle-37hairstyle-39hairstyle-40hairstyle-41hairstyle-42hairstyle-43hairstyle-44hairstyle-45hairstyle-46hairstyle-47hairstyle-48hairstyle-49hairstyle-50hairstyle-51hairstyle-52hairstyle-53hairstyle-54hairstyle-55hairstyle-56hairstyle-79hairstyle-80

Yadanabon Period (Around 1855)

Post Yadanabon Period; in the year 1855 Myanmar women usually wear a hair knot decorated with a string of pearls or jasmine flowers wrapped around it. The bodice and the Longyi (or) the skirt is of similar
pattern.

 

 

hairstyle-57hairstyle-58hairstyle-59hairstyle-60hairstyle-61hairstyle-62hairstyle-63hairstyle-64hairstyle-65hairstyle-66hairstyle-67hairstyle-68hairstyle-69hairstyle-70hairstyle-72hairstyle-73hairstyle-74hairstyle-75hairstyle-76hairstyle-77hairstyle-78

 

 

 

thumb_up Do you like this? Share it to friends..




comment Tell others what you think.. Your reviews and comments are valuable to others..

Looking for a hotel in Yangon? or Bagan?

We recommend...

More and more tourists from all over the world are making Myanmar a destination of choice attracted by its breathtaking scenic beauty, unspoiled environment, the archaeological appeal of the ancient city of Bagan, the sublime beauty of the Shwe Dagon Pagoda, the priceless gemstones and, above all, the hospitable people.

Address:

...

Friends of Nature is a privately-owned, licensed travel agency based in Yangon, Myanmar.

An active member of the Union of Myanmar Tourism Association, our travel agency is nationally recognized by the Ministry of HOTEL AND Tourism of the Republic of Union of Myanmar.

Address: No (144), 4 (D), Insein Road, Kamayut Township,

...

We also recommend...

Tissue World Co., Ltd is focusing in producing all sorts of Embossed or non-embossed Toilet Tissue, Hardwound Roll Towel, Printed or non-printed Napkin Tissue, Pocket Tissue, Facial tissue, Facial Box Tissue, etc, with excellent quality and finest price.

Address : No.100, 4th Floor, Bogyoke Aung San Road, ( Corner of 49th Street), Pazu

...

S.S.I. Co., LTD. is owned by a Myanmar national family only. It was established in 1995 and it is major plant ended up being to produce home

remedy over-the-counter (OTC) drugs as cottage industry at the start.

In 2002, a pharmaceutical factory was built and also the most essential OTC drugs were

...

Who's Online

We have 101 guests and no members online