Click the photos to go to tutorial pages. Some have videos as well as pics/text.
Regency to early Victorian hairstyle (the Jane Austen era)
My friend tried all of thje following hairstyles (she has floor length hair, it's crazy) and she insists this one is the hardest. I think it would look great for formal events and would be very use full for something pretty without hair in your face. For med-long hair.
The Edwardian Period/ Perfect for steampunk or aristo imo :)
There are three videos for this tutorial as its got a few pages. If you can get it right it can stay in for a while, my friend slept in it and only needed minor touch ups in the morning. There are a few variations on the style so if you can get the basics from this one you could do a lot. Med-long hair again.
Cute 1940's hair style for short-med hair. I personally found this one the hardest to do. I took some pictures of what I ended up with but I really need some more practice! I accidentally did the very top row of curls where my hair parts the wrong way and it looked hilarious. Med-short hair.
A decadent Byronesque Coiffure as they call it, modeled by the local and very swanky Sir Frederick Chook who runs www.frillyshirt.org (i think hes a bit of a babe). I haven't seen it done but honestly I'm tired of seeing hot aristo/dandy guys with ratty boring hair. Come on guys, give it a try! I'd love to know if anyone gives it a try to see how it looks.
Hope these where helpful! We already had a few hair tutorials in the memories but I think these are quite nice. Let me know if they aren't appropriate etc.