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Romantic Era Daytime Hairstyles, Pt 1

SquarepicIt can be difficult to find examples of daytime hairstyles in paintings and fashion plates, but Lynn can show us how to make some.

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Romantic Era Daytime Hairstyles, Pt 2

apollos knot square 100In her final chapter on spectacular Romantic Era hair, Lynn demystifies two more hairstyles, including the infamous Apollo's Knot. 

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Victorian Evening Hairstyles

icon free smStep-by-step instructions, with photos, for recreating five late Victorian evening hairstyles. All are suitable for the Natural Form era.

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Paper Wigs 2

paperwigs-iconIn Part 2, Lynn shows how to make several more hairstyles, add the finishing touches, and make the wigs removable.

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Paper Wigs

Making paper wigsLynn shows how to display your hats like a museum would, by making paper wigs for headforms.

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18th Century Wig Styling

Betty Myers' wigsAlways dreamed of having one of those towering 18th century wigs? Some lessons from a workshop.

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Natural Form Era Hair 2

Detail from London and Paris Ladies Magazine of Fashion, June 1882Lynn 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.

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Natural Form Era Hair 1

NFEHair-iconHow to make several must-have Victorian hairpieces from an inexpensive but lifelike synthetic hair. Let's start by making a switch.

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A Brief History of Hairstyles, 1835-1899

Evelyn Nesbit, 1901Modern 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...

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From Script to Sketch to Screen - Part 2

squarepicAsad 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.

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Fashion Sketches: Drawing Flats

SquarepicIn a previous article, Lisha showed us how to draw our own fashion sketches. Here she introduces another type of costume drawing: the flat. 

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Steampunk on a Budget

squarepicThe 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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