This ancient Chinese hairstyle, characterized by a high bun with decorative hairpins, was popular during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE).
The Tang Dynasty (618–907 CE) saw hairstyles with elaborate curls and accessories, often adorned with flowers or gems.
Women during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644 CE) often wore their hair in a simple bun, sometimes with a headpiece or hairpin.
During the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912 CE), Manchu-style hair buns, known as "qipao," were popular among women.
This elegant hairstyle is often associated with Chinese weddings. It involves arranging the hair in a high bun adorned with ornate accessories.
Various types of braided hairstyles, such as the "Liangbatou" and "Shengpiandai," have been worn by Chinese women for centuries.
This hairstyle, inspired by steamed buns ("mantou"), involves forming the hair into two round buns on either side of the head.
The "ji li" hairstyle features a high bun adorned with intricate hairpins and accessories, popular among women in the early 20th century.
Contemporary Chinese women often embrace a wide range of hairstyles, from sleek bobs to long, flowing locks, reflecting modern fashion trends.