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Problem Customer Warning Signs

Mother and Son, 1840, Thomas SullyJema Hewitt and Alexis Black advise on the warning signs of a problem customer or project, and how to tactfully say "no"...

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When's The Time To Go Pro?

icon free smTurning your “hobby” into your career can be frightening. Before you give your boss and spouse the big speech, take our quiz!

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Contracts for Seamstresses

ImageHow 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.

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Wig Basics: Straightening and Curling

icon free smA great costume deserves a great head of hair. Liz shows us how to get started styling wigs - straightening, curling, storing, and tools you need. 

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How to Wear a Wig

icon free smNobody wants a wardrobe malfunction on their head. Liz shows us how to put on a wig, keep it there, and make it look pretty. 

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Hairstyle Case Study: The Pink Pouf

SquarepicFollowing 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'.

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How to Dye a Wig

WigOnWigs 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.

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17th Century Hair And Makeup

SquarepicA new Stuart wardrobe requires new hair to go with it. Elisa researches and recreates the iconic signature hairstyle of the mid-17th century.

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Early 1910s Hairstyles

1The 1910s were a decade of rapid change in fashion and hairstyling. Lynn show us how to create several pretty hairstyles of the period.

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Late 1910s Hairstyles

1The late 1910s, and WWI, saw a huge change in hairstyles. Lynn gives us step-by-step instructions for some classic late 'teens looks.

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Romantic Era Hair, Part 1

squarepicThe Romantic Era, 1815-1840, has some of the most iconic hairstyles of any period. Lynn shows us how to create the look for ourselves.

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Romantic Era Hair, Part 2

squarepicThe 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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