Late 18th Century Women's Wig - Pale Blonde, 1780s Style

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Late 18th Century Women's Wig - Pale Blonde, 1780s Style

200.00

Historically accurate 1780s wig! This is a big, frizzy, fabulous wig in pale blonde, perfect for costumes such as pirates, Marie Antoinette, Colonial era, 18th century, Rococo, burlesque, and much more!

COLOR: 613A, palest blonde

SIZING: Medium. Should fit most head sizes.

CONDITION: Brand new, never worn.

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  • Frizzy style popular in France, England, the United States, and more from about 1781 to 1792. Modernly called a hedgehog style.
  • In front and on the sides, there are large curls teased into shape
  • In back, the chignon (the back half of the hair) is braided and looped up
  • There are 3 ringlets at the side back of the neck -- 2 on one side, 1 on the other
  • Historically accurate down to the details, if you care about that sort of thing!
  • Synthetic hair
  • Clip it into your hair with the clips that are sewn into the underside of the wig