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Men and women of the 18thC accepted that it was part of their public persona to wear a more modest hairpiece when at work or in society. Here represented are the many tools, molds and techniques employed in the complex process of producing fashionable hairpieces. Note the instruments for measuring heads and wigs; wig patterns and tools used by wigmakers; and common examples of wigs and the queues affixed to them | MIT Exhibit. Image composition: @LucindaBrant
1920’s. FYI these marcel waves often involved burns to the scalp.
Film noir legend Loretta Young in a '20s pre-code Hollywood promo shot.
sophie vlaming Sophie Vlaming by Wendy Bevan in Le Cirque | Marie Claire Italia April 2010
Lillian Leitzel. She was an acrobatic artist for Ringling Brothers circus, and she performed feats of acrobatics high up on a rope. She was a superstar of the show, and a superstar of her day. She was killed while performing in front of an audience in Denmark. A clasp holding her rope shattered, and she fell to her death
The Flying Wards 1931. Flyer unknown, Harold Ward, Wayne Lary and Billy Ward. In front, Eileen Voise and Mayme Ward.