How to look like Albert Einstein, or Frankenstein's Bride
May 16, 2019 8:29am CST
I think that caption might have been more accurate. I am referring to a video I just got done watching. I've been perusing youtube for most of my entertainment lately. I've watched several other hair tutorials for 18th century hair so I was not surprised when this one popped up. It's quite entertaining as background noise, but it's even more amusing when you look up at the screen every once in awhile to see how her hair is coming along. To be fair, she's using a written tutorial and the language would have been quite different. Some of the things they used in the 18th century would not be available today and so modern equivalents would have to be employed. I don't know, maybe you won't find this as interesting as I did, but I'm popping it on here anyway. Would you try recreating a style (whether it be hair or clothing) from centuries passed?
I tried following an 18th century hair tutorial, as put down in James Stewart's 1782 book "Plocacosmos; or the whole art of hairdressing". It was... Interest...
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