You will see hairdressing turn lights at the entrance of many barber poles. Barber pole is a typical and symbol of hairdressing. The barber pole is a sign used by barbers to the place or shop where they will do hair cutting. Many hair shop will install a glass barber pole on shop front, inside will have a continuously rotating style column of red, blue and white. It is a symbol which are suitable for all countries. It can be stationary or rotating. People can know that your shop is a hairdresser through the barber pole.
One theory is that during the French bourgeois democratic revolution, a revolutionary in Paris was hunted down by the enemy and went to hide in a barbershop. The enemy rushed to the barbershop, and the barbers talked about things in front of the enemy, and cleverly protected the revolutionary. After the victory of the revolution, in order to commend the barber workers for their contribution to the revolution, the French government installed the red, blue, and white style pillars at the entrance of the barbershop to symbolize the French flag. Another way of saying this is: during the French Revolution, Paris' underground revolutionaries were scattered in various neighborhoods, and communication was very difficult at that time. In order to facilitate the revolutionary work, the revolutionary leading agency conducted secret consultations with the barber industry, using the barber pole as a sign, and stipulated which barber pole was rotated, and then concentrated on that barber shop for activities. After the revolution was victorious, the barber pole became a symbol of the barbershop.
There is also a saying from the United Kingdom: In medieval Western Europe, it is generally believed that people get sick mainly because of the imbalance of various elements in the body. As long as the excess "elements" are brought out, health will be restored. And blood is considered to be the easiest "element", so Europeans believe that "bloodletting is the beginning of recovery." But the doctor believed that this was something the inferior did, and he refused to bleed and asked the barber to do it, so the barber became an amateur surgeon. In 1540, with the approval of the King of England, the Federation of Barbers and Surgeons was established, and a solemn ceremony was held for this. The king personally handed the letter of approval to the chairman of the Federation, Vikeri. From then on, the barber officially branded the surgeon and chose the three-color column as the symbol of their practice and haircut. The red in the three-color column represents arteries, blue represents veins, and white represents gauze.
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