Having appeared back in the ancient times as protection from the Sun, headdress made its evolution into an important part of female accessories in the Middle Ages. In conservative societies women wore it, as a symbol of modesty and obedience. In many countries women were obliged to cover her hair after she got married. Other men weren’t supposed to see her beauty to avoid temptation. Times changed. The world of today lives with other values. Now it is more interesting to try various characters. Within just a minute in my studio Luba turned into a real desert flower. It even felt a few degrees hotter in the room - and I blame her beauty for that.