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Written by Lynn McMasters
It can be difficult to find examples of daytime hairstyles in paintings and fashion plates, but Lynn can show us how to make some.
In her final chapter on spectacular Romantic Era hair, Lynn demystifies two more hairstyles, including the infamous Apollo's Knot.
Step-by-step instructions, with photos, for recreating five late Victorian evening hairstyles. All are suitable for the Natural Form era.
In Part 2, Lynn shows how to make several more hairstyles, add the finishing touches, and make the wigs removable.
Lynn shows how to display your hats like a museum would, by making paper wigs for headforms.
Written by Loren Dearborn
Always dreamed of having one of those towering 18th century wigs? Some lessons from a workshop.
Lynn continues her series on Natural Form Era Victorian hairpieces by showing step-by-step how to create a curly hairpiece, pin curls and curly bangs.
How to make several must-have Victorian hairpieces from an inexpensive but lifelike synthetic hair. Let's start by making a switch.
Written by Ginger Breo
Modern hair is often a momentary affair: wash, dry, and go. For the Victorian woman, however, hair was not just an inconvenience or an afterthought: it was practically a religion...
Written by Asad Iqbal
Asad continues his series on designing costumes for film and theatre, where a character's costumes need to say as much as the actor speaking the lines.
Written by Lisha Vidler
In a previous article, Lisha showed us how to draw our own fashion sketches. Here she introduces another type of costume drawing: the flat.
The world of Steampunk is mysterious and enchanting. Lisha tells us how to add Steampunk elements without spending a lot of money.
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