Dating old photographs

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Knowing how to identify Victorian era female hairstyles can be one of the most surefire ways of dating old family photos. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons In the 1850s, photography was still considered a new technology.

Most often they matched the color of the woman's hair.

Available now on and There was a universal hairstyle popular during the war.

Hair was arranged very low on the crown of the head, and wider to the sides.

What to look for: Hair that is pulled back at the sides showing the ears in full.

Shorter styles were also introduced, but knots, ringlets and additions of false hair supplemented the shorter styles. Elaborate hairstyles with lace, ribbons and flowers.

Suspenders were usually worn to hold the trousers up.

There was a wide range of acceptable hair styles and facial hair styles in the 1860s.

Longer hair was also still worn in some societal circles but considered uncivilized.

If hair was longer, it could be worn in buns off the face.

Hair was always parted down the middle and slicked down on the crown, then pulled to the back and secured with pins into a bun or roll.

Sausage curls and ringlets were popular in the evening, but some women did their hair this way for a photograph.

Mullets were also introduced during this time period with long tails down the back and a high top with the sides of hair pulled back.

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