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    Default 1867 hairstyle

    I found an image of a chignon that I may play with this weekend. Has anyone ever tried recreating an historic hairstyle?


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    That looks very nice Looking forward to pics to see if you make it!

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    This looks very interesting, I may try it too. Nice find!

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    Default Re: 1867 hairstyle

    this looks great

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    That looks neat! (And fairly simple, surprisingly)
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    Must try!

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    Default Re: 1867 hairstyle

    so neat how you can see they are using strings not elastics like we do now - I can't imagine trying to get my hair into an updo with string :s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckysock View Post
    so neat how you can see they are using strings not elastics like we do now - I can't imagine trying to get my hair into an updo with string :s
    Maybe that's why they had ladies in waiting - I'll have to convince my sister to help me with this, can't imagine doing it by myself (with strings at east - hair ties would be pretty straight forward )
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    I'm tryin' it this weekend! Hopefully my hair is long enough!

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    Beautiful, I can't wait to see photos of the attempts.

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