Historic hairstyles

Historic hairstyles

Joined: August 12th, 2010, 6:40 pm

February 13th, 2013, 3:57 am #1

Just found this lady:http://www.youtube.com/user/jntvstp who does historic hairstyles. Sorry if it's been posted before.

I may have something coherent to say about her after my math test tomorrow . . . then again, I may not



1bnii about 41".
Goals: Maintain tailbone. Thicken hemline.
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Joined: November 11th, 2009, 8:52 pm

February 14th, 2013, 12:48 am #2

about Janet Stephens and her tutorials. They are interesting from a historical viewpoint, although I would probably recreate the hairstyles with modern tools. I haven't tried to recreate them - I guess I'm just being lazy.

I hope the test passed well







Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: classic
Primary goal: thickening the ends

Hair journal:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765

Routine:
- NW/SO on the scalp, with periodical length
washes (Alverde birke-salbei shampoo for the length)
- brushing, scritching, preening and massaging daily
- occasional S&D trims
- trimming the ends whenever they start looking funny
Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: classic+
Current goal: knee

Current routine:
~ alternating a NW/SO (no water/sebum only) routine with occasional washes. I use the techniques of NW/SO (brushing, scritching and preening) almost daily, but I do a shampoo wash every month or two.

Products and tools:
~ Alverde Birke-Salbei shampoo
~ occasionally oiling the ends with either coconut or almond oil; currently experimenting with argan oil
~ an assortment of BBBs
~ Tangle Teezer/Tangle Angel & wide-tooth comb
~ hair friendly hair toys, for putting up hair and forgetting about it

Hair journal (rarely updated nowadays):
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765
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