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 1800s Male Hairstyles?

Answer Men's hair styles were taken seriously in the 1800s. On April 30, 1801, General James Wilkinson, commander of the United States Army, decreed that officers and privates must have short hair. In 180... Read More »
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Male Attire of the 1800s?

The 1800s -- or 19th century -- spans the Regency and Victorian periods, but men's clothing changed very little over the century. The Victorian era started in the 1840s, and it had the greatest inf... Read More »
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Black Hairstyles of the 1800s?

Black hairstyles have often shaped trends, such as Afros, intricate braids and even hair weaves. Trends in black hair did not start until slavery was abolished in 1865. Before that time, African ha... Read More »
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1800s Ball Hairstyles?

The 1800s saw major changes in history as the world become industrialized, and the monarchies in multiple European countries saw changes in power. With these major changes came a wave of new hairst... Read More »
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How to Do Hairstyles from the 1800s?

Men's hairstyles in the 1800s were relatively simple and do not vary much from today's traditional cuts. Women's hairstyles in the 1800s were generally very long. Society deemed long hair a mark an... Read More »
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