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The Costumer's Manifesto: 18th Century Women's Hair and Wigs
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UKtour p34 The Cluny Medieval Art & Jewelry'''1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures
  
'''18th Century Women's Hair and Wigs'''
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Day 13 Musée de Cluny/Musée National du Moyen Age Medieval Art & Jewelry'''Merovingian Jewelry c600CE
  
[[File:HistoryStibbert217.jpg|frameless|border]] French Hairdress of the 1770's from Stibbert''
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"The Ladies' Head-Dress"
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Medieval silk pattern
  
''Give Chloe a bushel of horsehair and wool
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Of paste and pomatum a pound
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Tiny golden ring brooches about 1" in diameter, or less. These are the tiny, late medieval remnant of the huge Celtic ring brooches of the early middle ages.
  
Ten yards of gay ribbon to deck her sweet scull
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And gauze to encompass it round.
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15th Century belts & parts
  
Let her gown be tucked up to the hip on each side
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Shoes too high for to walk or to jump
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And to deck sweet charmer complete for a bride
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Let the cork cutter make her a rump
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Thus finished in taste while on Chloe you gaze
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you may take the dear charmer for life
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but never undress her, for out of her stays
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You’ll find you have lost half your wife''
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Assorted late medieval jewelry
  
''The Lady's Magazine, 1777''
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==Women's Hair:==
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15th century statue of a woman
  
Women of the 18th Century usually wore their natural hair, although this hair was often augmented with pads and/or pinned on extensions. Early 18th Century women were still wearing the high piled "fontage" hairstyle of the late 17th Century. This style was superseded by 1710 by a close to the head style usually covered with a small cap.
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[[File:AccessoriesWigsFontage.gif|frameless|border|Women's Hair:]] The daughter of James II wearing a fontage.
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[[File:1999uktourDisk43Mvc-001f.jpg|frameless|border]] 15th Century Painting showing ladies in Reticulated headdresses
  
[[File:GeneralMcclellanCamelothood.jpg|frameless|border]] A "Camlet" hood of 1702
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St Mary Magdalene in elaborate headdress c. 1500
  
In 1715, when powdering became fashionable for men’s wigs it also was done with women’s natural hair. As with men, formal occasions demanded powder, informal ones might or might not depending on the preference and pretensions of the wearer.
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Girl with a Kitten
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Gold head for a martin, would have been attached to a stuffed dead martin or weasel fur piece worn by ladies in the 16th century
  
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[[File:1999uktourDisk42Mvc-015f.jpg|frameless|border]] See
  
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[[RenaissanceBoehnJeweledweasel| example.]]
  
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Madame Henriette En Flore
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[http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Nattier%2C+Jean%2DMarc Jean-Marc Nattier]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Nattier%2C+Jean%2DMarc@160x120.jpg
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Close to the head styles were prevalent until 1760 when the coiffure gradually begun to rise with the aid of hair pads and pomade made from apples, lard, and floral oils.
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copy of headresses included in The Ladies' Toilet or the Art of Head-Dressing in it's Utmost Beauty and Extent, 1768, in Costume in England, by F.W. Fairholt, 1860
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[[File:GeneralMcclellanCalashes1765.jpg|frameless|border]] A "Calash" bonnet of 1765, made like a tiny collapsable carriage hood, out of pleated taffeta on cane hoops. It protected the rising hair-do from weather without touching it or crushing it down.
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[http://www.si.edu/ndm/dfl/daily/e203.htm Lady's 1763 Hairstyle]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.si.edu/ndm/dfl/daily/e203.htm@160x120.jpg
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Study 1769
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[http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Fragonard%2C+Jean%2DHonore Jean-Honore Fragonard]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Fragonard%2C+Jean%2DHonore@160x120.jpg
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Hairstyles continued to rise steadily until 1778 when high fashion was achieved by as much as three feet of hair above the head surmounted by an elaborate headdress, of fabric, feathers, flowers and pearls. Naval and land battles were commemorated on these huge creations which offered such scope to the millinery artists of the time.
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After 1780, the emphasis slowly shifted from the hair to the hats and women’s hair was dressed in softer more natural fashion.
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[[History100pages18thhoeyhats|Plates of 18th Century French Women's Hair & Hats by Hoey]]
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[http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Gainsborough%2C+Thomas Thomas Gainsborough]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://affiliates.allposters.com/link/redirect.asp?aid=280808&c=a&search=Gainsborough%2C+Thomas@160x120.jpg
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[[File:18thcentWomenC1789shead.jpg|frameless|border]]''C. 1789 French Hairdo.''
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[[File:AccessoriesWigs498055_small.jpg|frameless|border]] English hair and hat of 1780s''
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From 1780 to 90 huge hats were the focus, then in the 1790’s, the hats and hairstyles both shrank down into close to the head styles derived from Greek sources.
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[[ManifestoHistory18thlinks#Wigs, Hair & Hats|18th Century Wig, Hair and Hat Links]]
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[http://www.costumegallery.com/part2.htm THE HANDBOOK OF GERMAN DRESS- Hair & Headdress 1500s-1700s]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.costumegallery.com/part2.htm@160x120.jpg
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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgFkCz4wAmE&feature=user YouTube - Marie Antoinette Hair & Makeup for Halloween- Ask Me Makeup]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgFkCz4wAmE&feature=user@160x120.jpg
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[http://www.umich.edu/~ece/student_projects/enlightened_elegance/head.htm Wigs, Hats and Hairdresses: Keeping in High Style (18th Century)]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.umich.edu/~ece/student_projects/enlightened_elegance/head.htm@160x120.jpg
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[http://pweb.jps.net/~patterns/hats18th.html 18th Century Hats]http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://pweb.jps.net/~patterns/hats18th.html@160x120.jpg
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==Product Links==
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UKtour p34 The Cluny Medieval Art & Jewelry1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures

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Day 13 Musée de Cluny/Musée National du Moyen Age Medieval Art & JewelryMerovingian Jewelry c600CE

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Medieval silk pattern

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Tiny golden ring brooches about 1" in diameter, or less. These are the tiny, late medieval remnant of the huge Celtic ring brooches of the early middle ages.

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15th Century belts & parts

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Assorted late medieval jewelry

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15th century statue of a woman

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1999uktourDisk43Mvc-001f.jpg 15th Century Painting showing ladies in Reticulated headdresses

St Mary Magdalene in elaborate headdress c. 1500

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1999uktourDisk41Mvc-029f.jpg

Gold head for a martin, would have been attached to a stuffed dead martin or weasel fur piece worn by ladies in the 16th century

1999uktourDisk42Mvc-015f.jpg See

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