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Near 3200 BC the kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt were still separated, and after the unification, it will begin the Dynastic period of pharaohs.

When the Empire is expanded, African ethnic groups were introduced in the country, and along the centuries, they will be blended with Pre-Dynastic period first inhabitants.

Between the most powerful social classes, it was frequent the use of wigs and elaborated extensions, with the assistance of personal hair dressers and wig makers.

As we can see in the image above, hairs in the middle picture are black and curly, and both figures show a darker skin color.

Only in this period could be found images depicting thin moustaches.

During the Late Pre-Dynastic period, from 305 BC to 30 BC, when the Ptolomies ruled in Egypt, an important change in hairstyle could be observed.

Ginger, the most ancient naturally mummified body known until the present day in Egypt, was blond, with wavy hair and white-yellowish skin.

He was found at the cemetery of Gebelein, in South Thebes, in 1900 and it was established that the body is 3,500 years before the Christian Age old, meaning, a 5,500 years old mummy, from the Late Pre-Dynastic period age.

At the times of Akhenaton, his wife Nefertiti and his son Tuthankamun, -14th century BC- images with figures typically negroids could be observed: thicker leaps, darker color of skin and curly black hair.

However, an analysis of the mummy of Ramses II, a body 87 years old at the time he dead, reveals in the follicle roots red pigments, which means that he would have been a red-head, with white hair at that age, and colored with henna.

His nickname is due to the color and curls of his hair, which is pretty well conserved.

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