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Written by Jema and Alexis
Jema Hewitt and Alexis Black advise on the warning signs of a problem customer or project, and how to tactfully say "no"...
Written by Alexis Black
Turning your “hobby” into your career can be frightening. Before you give your boss and spouse the big speech, take our quiz!
Written by Cathy Hay
How do I know they'll pay, and won't ruin and try to return what I've made them? The answer to most business concerns is to have a good contract.
Written by Elizabeth Licata
A great costume deserves a great head of hair. Liz shows us how to get started styling wigs - straightening, curling, storing, and tools you need.
Nobody wants a wardrobe malfunction on their head. Liz shows us how to put on a wig, keep it there, and make it look pretty.
Following from her articles on basic wig styling techniques, Elizabeth shows us how to apply them to make an C18th inspired hairstyle, aka the 'big pink pouf'.
Wigs come in dozens of colors, but sometimes the perfect shade remains elusive. Elizabeth shows us how to dye a synthetic wig to recreate historical hairstyles.
Written by Elisa Edgren
A new Stuart wardrobe requires new hair to go with it. Elisa researches and recreates the iconic signature hairstyle of the mid-17th century.
Written by Lynn McMasters
The 1910s were a decade of rapid change in fashion and hairstyling. Lynn show us how to create several pretty hairstyles of the period.
The late 1910s, and WWI, saw a huge change in hairstyles. Lynn gives us step-by-step instructions for some classic late 'teens looks.
The Romantic Era, 1815-1840, has some of the most iconic hairstyles of any period. Lynn shows us how to create the look for ourselves.
The Romantic Era had some of the most intricate and eye-catching hairstyles you'll ever want to copy. Lynn explains a few styles.
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