Re: [Italian Renaissance Costuming] Hello and Help!
- I assume you mean Dallas, Texas? *laugh* that might be a little out
of my way since I live in Atlanta....But...I'll certainly look into
some local wig shops. Thanks for the advice!!!
--- In italianrenaissancecostuming@y..., "Chiara" <chiara@i...> wrote:
> Have you been to the fabric district in Dallas? Behind one of the
> places, kinda hidden, is a wig wholesaler. They have everything
> can match your own hair color to the ready made 2-3ft long braids
or buy the
> hair and braid your own. There are many lengths there. You can
> that curl off of them.
> Does that help?
> Chiara Francesca
> Steppes, Ansteorra
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "vlduncan1" <vlduncan1@y...>
> To: <italianrenaissancecostuming@y...>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 5:00 PM
> Subject: [Italian Renaissance Costuming] Hello and Help!
> > I'm trying to develop an Italian personna (hence the reason I
> > the group)
> > I'm not having a problem with the clothing, but I'm having
> > with the hair. All the pictures I see of Italian women show them
> > their head uncovered in elaborate braids....which is
> > I don't have enough hair to braid. What would be acceptable?
> > I'm not up for weaving my own Reta and feeling a little distraught
> > about not being able to "complete" my outfit.
> > Any suggestions???
> > Thanks!
> > Victoria
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