Originally published in 1921, this is a technical handbook, which also includes the history of wigs. It describes in simple detail all the practicable methods and processes of preparing human hair for fashion and convenience.Alfred M. Sutton was Editor of The Hairdressers? Chronicle, and the author of several books, including Heads and Headdresses from the Saxon Period to the Nineteenth Century, Headdresses of the Victorian Era, and Album of Historical Coiffures.The net should next be attached, as directed in previous instructions, and then the mount will be completed. ... Weave the remainder of the hair in rather fine front weft, and then divide, marking the division, however, by merely tying a piece of string in the place. The parting should next be sewn in its proper position, beginning with the two corners in front ; it will then be as well to sew it at the top, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Boardwork Or the Art of Wigmaking, Etc|
|Author||:||Alfred M. Sutton|
|Publisher||:||The Minerva Group, Inc. - 2003-11-01|