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Wigs as the Height of Fashion.
Fashion was just as important in the 18th century as today. In fact, maybe even more so if you wanted to be part of the “in crowd.”
Routinely wearing a wig may seem strange to us, especially for men, but it communicated the wearer’s elegance, his station in society, and even his occupation to his fellow colonists.
Our John Adams boy's white colonial wig is the perfect complement to our colonial costumes, colonial clothing and can also be used with many other colonial period clothing and costumes.
We recommend wearing a wig cap, to help secure wig in place and control your hair underneath synthetic wig.
Powdered wigs (men) and powdered natural hair with supplemental hairpieces (women) became essential for full dress occasions and continued in use until almost the end of the 18th century.
*Add a dash of mild shampoo and swish gently in cold water.
*Rinse Throughly in cold water.
*Do not brush when wet and drip dry.
*Brush into desired style after wig is completely dry
*Do not use curling irons or curling kits