People like to solve mysteries. Those mysteries and quizzes challenge our curiosity and make us think outside the box and look for the evidence. Of course, hidden images or puzzles are fun but figuring out what an item is used for is super fun!
When you know the answer, it’s also fun challenge your friends!
Check out the image below. Do you have any idea about what this is? If not, don’t worry. You are not alone. Only about 1 in 10,000 people know what it is for.
What do you think this is? Take a closer look at it again before we give away the answer.
Notice that it has hanging cords and circular pieces. The device also has a power outlet on it so we can be sure that it is run by electricity.
I’ll give you a hint!
Dolly Parton might have used it if she was present at that time.
This was popular back in the mid-1900s. Do you have a feeling that you know what this is?
Scroll down and check you were right!
It’s a permanent wave machine to give people a perm! I guess many of you already know if you have an experience with a perm.
Do you know anything about the history of perm?
The history of the permanent wave machine is rich and unique.
According to The State Museum of Pennsylvania shares on its website, “The first U.S. patent for a permanent wave machine was given to Marjorie Joyner in 1928. Joyner, an African-American woman who graduated from a predominantly Caucasian beauty school, lived in Chicago and owned a beauty salon.”
Watch the video below to see how it was to get a perm back in the 1990s. As a permanent wave machine has been developed a lot, you will be amazed to see the history of it.
After watching the video, please tell us about the time when you get the first permanent wave in the comment section below.
And SHARE with your friends who remembers this!