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    Default Historical Hair styling--Yay!

    http://consumingantiquity.blogspot.dk/2011/12/hair.html

    This blog post isn't too detailed but it seemed like something you guys would find interesting. Plus the pictures are soooo pretty!
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    What a fun link! Thanks

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    Oh wow its interesting.

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    Wow, loving both of the shown hairstyles! I am so looking forward to my hair growing long enough to do these.
    Just a small selection of hairstyles I have done
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    Great link!
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    Great link, I haven't looked through it all as I'm on my way to work but will check it out properly in the morning!
    an 8 year journey, with a 3 year stop at waist. Traveling along to classic. F/M 2a/b iii 31.5" January 2013http://forums.longhaircommunity.com/...ge=7&p=2371372 a year without trims ....trying!

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    Wow that's so cool! Thanks for sharing!
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    Amazing!!! I really like historical Grecian hairstyles and (I know that this is unrelated but Renaissance and Edwardian). My little niece really likes the hairstyles as well. Is it fine it we use your thread to post links of other time periods hair styles? I hope that is not considered thread stealing lol.

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    We do love our historical styles! More of our versions of historical styles (and many include links to tutorials, too!) in this thread.
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    Thanks for that very interesting link, Freckled Thing. The braids are gorgeous (esp. the redhead). Alas, the video won't play in the US! Drat!!

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