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Short Flat top with a "landing strip" - the patch of scalp that can been seen in the flat area of a very short flattop haircut .
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Barber History

During the first centuries of the Christian era, the barbers of Europe practiced their profession wherever it was the custom to shave the face and trim the beard. Charlemagne made long, flowing hair the fashion, but each new conqueror changed the fashion according to his whim and personal needs. During the first ten centuries A.C., the great majority of the people and even the nobles were uneducated and could neither read nor write. The most educated people of the times were the monks and priests who became the physicians of the dark ages. There were no professional surgeons at that time. Most of the diseases, which are easily curable now, were fatal then. "Blood letting" was the popular method of curing all ills. The clergy who enlisted barbers as their assistants first performed this. This was the first step in the upward progress of the barber profession. 

The modern barber pole originated in the days when bloodletting was one of the principal duties of the barber. The two spiral ribbons painted around the pole represent the two long bandages, one twisted around the arm before bleeding and the other used to bind it afterward. Originally, the pole with a bandage wound around it, was hung at the door as a sign. But later, for convenience, instead of hanging out the original pole, another one was painted in imitation and that began the era of the barber pole.






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