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In this video I’m going to re-visit the hairstyle from Mark Campbell’s Instructor in the Art of Hair Work, but try and make it wearable for 2019. We’re modernising glorious Victorian hair. Enjoy watching!

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My name is Lucy, I’m a Dutchwoman here to offer an alternative approach to beauty.

On this channel I do mostly hair tutorials where I show you how to braid, pin and style your own hair. I recreate hairstyles from movies, tv shows or history and I regularly come up with my own, which I love to share with you!

I really enjoy diving into history to find out how women went about their beauty and dressing rituals in days past. Vintage and history-themed videos are my little passion project.

You’ll find a bit of lifestyle content here as well, ranging from cozy chats over a cup of tea (my beloved Tea Time videos) to personal vlogs and home & interior videos.

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50 replies
  1. Ghislaine Beauce
    Ghislaine Beauce says:

    Hi! I enjoyed this, and would you attempt a wearable baroque hairstyle? I was thinking something from the 1730's-1740's or "Louis XV style" instead of the more extravagant Marie Antoinette period. Although, a style from the Louis XIV period might also be quite nice.

  2. K Lily
    K Lily says:

    I would love to see more videos of you bringing vintage hairstyles into the modern era. I think you have hit gold with this concept. It’s super fun and creative. Blessings!

  3. Susan2741
    Susan2741 says:

    I’m an “old” lady and wear my hair up most of the time. I really like the ideas you share. Gives me new things to try. And there are really good modern accessories that make old time updos much easier and more stable for all day wear. Combining new and old is excellent! On this video instead of using a clip I would have opted for a smaller rhinestone comb or pick maybe an inch or so long to accent – and I’d have changed the placement. Something to draw interest to pretty braid but not overshadow the rest of the look. I’m enjoying your videos. Thank you.

  4. Rachel E
    Rachel E says:

    Yay. It was fascinating to learn that not all historical updos are as unattainable and un modern as the felt when just seeing a stylized picture . Please do more, this isa great idea. Those 18th century ones you did you be interesting to recreate using far less product and time and see uf a modern version could still work.

  5. Anna Škopíková
    Anna Škopíková says:

    Hi Lucy! If there's a chance you see this comment I'd like to ask something.
    Me and my boyfriend are starting learning dutch and in my experience watching/listening to the language works wonders. I know you have a channel in dutch, but sadly without English subtitles. So, my question is if you could add subtitles or recommend another source of dutch listening with eng subs?
    Thanks from the Czech republic ❤❤❤

  6. Ali Iannucci
    Ali Iannucci says:

    I love this and will definitely be wearing it to the next wedding that I go to!! I would definitely enjoy more of these, but this one is so me, I love braids and curls and it seems pretty easy to do

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