I Followed An 1867 Hair Tutorial

After following an absolutely incomprehensible 18th century hair tutorial, I wanted to try again with a source that would give me a better shot at success. Today I’m going to be following a hair tutorial from Mark Campbell’s 1867 book “Self-Instructor in the Art of Hair Work”. Enjoy watching!
(Apologies for the audio in this one guys, I lost my audio recording so had to use the sound from the built-in mic :()

Find the book here: https://archive.org/details/selfinstructori00campgoog

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My name is Lucy, I’m a Dutchwoman here to offer an alternative approach to beauty.

On this channel I do mostly hair tutorials where I show you how to braid, pin and style your own hair. I recreate hairstyles from movies, tv shows or history and I regularly come up with my own, which I love to share with you!

I really enjoy diving into history to find out how women went about their beauty and dressing rituals in days past. Vintage and history-themed videos are my little passion project.

You’ll find a bit of lifestyle content here as well, ranging from cozy chats over a cup of tea (my beloved Tea Time videos) to personal vlogs and home & interior videos.

Enjoy browsing!



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