History Hair

Sep 02

lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

What a beauty by sctatepdx on Flickr.The bottom corner says: Fowler 1905.

lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

What a beauty by sctatepdx on Flickr.

The bottom corner says: Fowler 1905.

hairstorical-society:

Nearly 2,000 years ago, at a time when Egypt was under the control of the Roman Empire, a young woman with an elaborate hairstyle was laid to rest only yards away from a king’s pyramid, researchers report.
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High-resolution CT scans reveal that, before she was buried, her hair was dressed in an elaborate hairstyle.
"The mummy’s hair is readily appreciable, with longer strands at the middle of the scalp drawn back into twists or plaits that were then wound into a tutulus, or chignon at the vertex (crown) of the head," writes a research team in a paper published recently in the journal RSNA RadioGraphics. They note that it was a popular hairstyle at the time, which may have been inspired by a Roman empress, Faustina I, who lived in the second century. 
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hairstorical-society:

Nearly 2,000 years ago, at a time when Egypt was under the control of the Roman Empire, a young woman with an elaborate hairstyle was laid to rest only yards away from a king’s pyramid, researchers report.

High-resolution CT scans reveal that, before she was buried, her hair was dressed in an elaborate hairstyle.

"The mummy’s hair is readily appreciable, with longer strands at the middle of the scalp drawn back into twists or plaits that were then wound into a tutulus, or chignon at the vertex (crown) of the head," writes a research team in a paper published recently in the journal RSNA RadioGraphics. They note that it was a popular hairstyle at the time, which may have been inspired by a Roman empress, Faustina I, who lived in the second century. 

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lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

Lily Elsie (Rotary 11840 B) by Prometheus2011 on Flickr.

lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

Lily Elsie (Rotary 11840 B) by Prometheus2011 on Flickr.

(Source: farewellophelia, via lost-in-centuries-long-gone)


"My greatest virtue has always been that I never thought the grass was greener anyplace else.”  

"My greatest virtue has always been that I never thought the grass was greener anyplace else.”  

(Source: loving-lucy, via doucheldorf)

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(Source: reine-des-neiges, via september-at-pemberley)

mariedeflor:

Barbara Stanwyck in The Bitter Tea of General Yen, 1933

mariedeflor:

Barbara Stanwyck in The Bitter Tea of General Yen, 1933

(Source: mariedeflor, via mlabou29)

Sep 01

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lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 11528 M) 1910 by Prometheus2011 on Flickr.

lost-in-centuries-long-gone:

Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 11528 M) 1910 by Prometheus2011 on Flickr.

(via mlabou29)


"One of the dearest and sweetest women that ever lived. She was a wonderful wife, and an extraordinary girl in every way.” 

- Orson Welles, 1985

"One of the dearest and sweetest women that ever lived. She was a wonderful wife, and an extraordinary girl in every way.”
- Orson Welles, 1985

(Source: ritasgirl, via doucheldorf)

whataboutbobbed:

Margaret Sullavan cigarette card from ‘Modern Beauties’, 3rd series, issued by the British-American Tobacco Company, 1938

whataboutbobbed:

Margaret Sullavan cigarette card from ‘Modern Beauties’, 3rd series, issued by the British-American Tobacco Company, 1938

(via amazinglace)

(via lost-in-centuries-long-gone)

oldfashionmelody:

1860s

oldfashionmelody:

1860s

(via mlabou29)

thevintagethimble:

Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget.Gorget - When a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).

thevintagethimble:

Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget.
Gorget - When a wimple is worn without a veil, pinned over hair coils on the side of the head (Fig. 19). Sometimes the coils were braided horizontally (Fig.18). Horizontal Braiding- popular in the mid 14th century, the head would go uncovered, but sometimes a fillet would support the plaits ( Fig. 22).

(via beatonna)