Beautiful Photos Show Hairstyles of Hungarian Girls in the 1900s

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Overall, women’s Edwardian hairstyles had a soft, fluffy and loose fluidity about them. They were large and often padded to create the bulk and size fashionable during this era.

The hair could even be quite fuzzy, especially if Marcel tongs were used regularly. Hair was dressed up and away from the face, with the exception of a curled fringe, which sat on the forehead. The perky Gibson Girl was the epitome of the feminine ideal.
In short, she was tall and slender, yet curvy, with her hair piled high on top of her head in the softly swirled pompadour style of the day.
These beautiful photos from Nori (Nóra Mészöly) show what Hungarian girls looked like in the 1900s and 1910s.

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