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Dating photographs hair styles

As he explained, good scissor cuts involve layering, and the more the bottom layers grow back the more volume you’ll get.

Medieval movies have a great deal to answer for when it comes to the accurate portrayal of women's hair styling during the Middle Ages.

Italian women abandoned the veil considerably earlier than her other counterparts and during the 14th and 15th centuries chose to adorn the hair with elaborate plaits, beads and wound ribbons.

Generally, during the bulk of the medieval period, a married woman would have covered her head with veils, wimples, cloths, barbettes, hairnets, veils, hats, hoods or a combination of them to avoid her hair showing.

The notable exception on this hair-covering trend is Italy, where women usually tied their braids crisscrossed over the top of the head.

Elaborate hair dressing also gave a woman the opportunity to show off her taste in hair accessories.

The images shown above are dated to 1365-1380 and show Jeanne Burbonne who has a ribbon-encased hairstyle.

It is interesting to note in this case the entire fold of hair is not encased, only the front section is tied before the remainder of the hair is brought up behind and then upwards again.

Your hair might even grow faster than normal as a result.