End of the 18th century is one of the most extravagant periods in the history of hairstyles, their decores and hats.
In the course were not only natural hair ladies, but also false hair. Ladies often lacked their own hair for such bulky hairstyles, and so they used horse hair. Particularly exquisite ladies used almost everything they could find – tapes, jewelry, fabrics, flowers, fruits. There are a lot of caricature оn this subject. I want to bring some of them.
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