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Hairstyles in the Elizabethan Era

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Transcript of Hairstyles in the Elizabethan Era

Hairstyles in the Elizabethan Era
Women's hairstyles (cont.)
Why red?
Queen Elizabeth had red hair.
Which type of wire?
Gold wire was often used.
What were some other colors?
Upper class women sometimes dyed their hair yellow.

Popular hairstyles
Red hair was popular.
Short hair was extremely popular.
Golden accessories were also very popular.
Headdresses and large collars were worn as well.
Women's hairstyles
Women often wore their hair up in an updo. They tied it into a heart shape and formed it with wire. False wigs were also very popular. The most favored color was red. Hair accessories consisted of a "snood", which is a net of sewn fabric strips.
Men's hairstyles
Men wore their hair very short. Most men that had long hair wore it curly! To keep the curled hair in place, wax or gum was applied.
Children's hairstyles
Most children, both boys and girls, wore their hair short and cropped. Like mens' hairstyles, wax was applied to keep the hair in place.
Citations
http://theloveforhistory.com/fashion-through-history/elizabethan-hair-styles/
http://www.erasofelegance.com/fashion/hairstyles.html
used Google Images for the pictures used.
By Bri Sanchez and McKenna Wheeler
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