IT'S A WIG LACE QUEEN JULIETTE

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It’s a Wig Lace Queen Juliette It’s a Wig Lace Queen Juliette. Lace Front, Plattångsvänlig. Create your own style by being unique and different all in a great wig Se även andra Lace Front Wigs In 1795 The British government levied a tax on hair powder of one guinea per year. This tax caused the...

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It’s a Wig Lace Queen Juliette

It’s a Wig Lace Queen Juliette. Lace Front, Plattångsvänlig. Create your own style by being unique and different all in a great wig

Se även andra Lace Front Wigs

In 1795

The British government levied a tax on hair powder of one guinea per year. This tax caused the demise of both the fashion for wigs and powder. Granville Leveson-Gower, in Paris during the winter of 1796, noted “The word citoyen seemed but very little in use, and hair powder being very common, the appearance of the people was less democratic than in England.”[5]

Among women in the French court of Versailles in the mid-to-late 18th century. large, elaborate and often themed wigs (such as the stereotypical “boat poufs”) were in vogue for women. These combed-up hair extensions were often very heavy, weighted down with pomades, powders, and other ornamentation. In the late 18th century these coiffures became symbols of the decadent way of life in the French nobility, and for that reason quickly became out of fashion from the beginning of the French Revolution in 1789.