‘Every woman can wave her hair, if she wants to, on pins.’ (
Every Woman’s Encyclopaedia, 1910-2a)
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create authentic Edwardian heatless zig zag curls. Edwardian ladies used this technique to create waves for their pompadour hairstyles but these zig zag waves are still beautiful today!
And these curls last for days! My hair is naturally straight and doesn’t hold curls well but these are different: The zig zag waves hold for a whole week. Even in damp weather!
Continue reading Edwardian Pin Curl Tutorial – No-Heat Zig-Zag Waves
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to recreate this
1882 curly updo. The hairstyle seems to be made with artificial hairpieces, but in this tutorial I’ve just used my own hair. Continue reading 1882 Hairstyle Tutorial
I’ve recreated this
1876 braided hairstyle. Here’s a similar 1873 updo, but this hairstyle is made with artificial hair. For this natural form hairstyle I’ve just used my own hair. Continue reading 1870s Natural Form Braided Updo – Tutorial
Today, I’ve made this ponytail hairstyle with a ribbon bow.
Continue reading Ponytail Hairstyle With Silk Ribbon Bow
For this hairstyle, I was inspired by the pretty indian hairstyles with jasmine flowers, such as
here and here. Continue reading Indian Hairstyle With Flowers
this late Edwardian low coiffure (the second picture in the first row). Continue reading Late Edwardian Low Coiffure
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make this
elegant late 1870s updo (the left on the second picture). The hairstyle is fast to make and comfortable to wear. Continue reading Natural Form Updo Tutorial (Late 1870s Hairstyle)
This tutorial will show you how to make this late 1870s/ early 1880s braided hairstyle.
Continue reading 1878/ 1882 Braided Hairstyle Tutorial
This hairstyle is inspired from various late 1870s hairstyle (
1876, 1879, 1882, 1876, 1876-83). Continue reading Late 1870s Hairstyle