One pound of human hair laid out with the wig foundation pieced on the block – the project is ready to begin
We recently completed work on an 18th century lady’s wig for a client. Working from a pair of source images, we were able to create the piece from human hair with a hard-front. A hard-front means that the wig has a defined and semi-rigid hairline rather than the hand-knotted hairline that helps make a wig integrate seamlessly. The goal was to create a piece that closely resembled the type of overt wig a woman might have worn during the 18th century.