Nessler

Ness·ler

(nes'lĕr),
A., German chemist, 1827-1905. See: Nessler reagent.
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1905: Charles Nessler first used a permanent waving machine on a woman's hair.
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What did German Karl Ludwig Nessler invent in 1906?
Brian Nessler, 56, has taught in the area since 2007, and he has been a substitute teacher in the Bethel School District.
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Nessler, a hairdresser living in London, obtained a patent to produce permanent waves by heating hair wound on a mandrel with an aqueous alkali solution.
More likely, he'll have the next best seat in the place: On that raised platform cart-cam that runs along the visitors' sideline, feeding his observations during the national telecast to play-by-play man Brad Nessler and fellow analyst Bob Griese as the important Pacific-10 Conference game unfolds.
Karl Ludwig Nessler of Germany invented the hair perm in 1906.