18th Century Hair Tutorial | Hulu Harlots

In today’s video I’m going to show you how to recreate a gorgeous 18th century hairstyle inspired by the Hulu original show Harlots, which is set in Georgian London. We’re also going to talk about the hair trends of the period. Enjoy watchin and be sure to check out Harlots, streaming on Hulu every Wednesday!

Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound

This video is kindly sponsored by Hulu

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My name is Lucy, I’m a 24-year-old girl from the Netherlands, and I’m here to offer an alternative approach to beauty.

On this channel I do mostly hair tutorials where I show you how to braid, pin and style your own hair. I recreate hairstyles from movies & tv shows and I regularly come up with my own, which I love to share with you!

I do lifestyle and beauty videos as well, ranging from wearable everyday looks, makeup tips and DIY natural beauty treatments, to fashion lookbooks, vegetarian recipes and more extreme Halloween tutorials.

If you enjoy history, you’ve come to the right place as well. I have a few series based on historical makeup and hairstyling that are my little passion projects.

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Lucy

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Comments

Jennifer Pinto says:

I really love the way you explain the whole process.
Thanks. Really usefull!!!!!

Katie May says:

I hope you deep conditioned your hair after all that teasing lol. Looks amazing!

Brandy Loutherback says:

Did you know they did have hair powder in the 18th Century?

Brenna x says:

STOP REUPLOADING! Unsubbed!!!

amena amir says:

Nice

Aya alabadi says:

you look like pelen karahan

Brett Debney says:

Looks a little like the 1980’s (KIDDING … not kidding …)

meikoblock says:

Love this hair style! I think this would be really beautiful as wedding day hair, maybe not so big in the front but it still could be really elegant

môönlïtê wôlf says:

I love your hair and makeup videos sooo much, I love u too ❤❤❤❤

Valeri Oliva says:

I LOVE IT MORE THAN WORDS CAN EVER DESCRIBE

Victoria says:

18th century hairstyles are my favorites!

السر الدفين says:

I am from Iraq and I love you very much

Lydieluck 77 says:

This is one of my faves!! Way more attractive than the Marie Antoinette look if you ask me!

Kirsten Paff says:

Ha ha ha, I am so used to your previous 18th century hair tutorials that I was surprised that the first step was not pomade and powder.

Lit Boi says:

Love your videos❤!!!

leslie says:

for BBoF ( Beauty Beacons of Fiction), can you either do Lucy Harris from Jekyll and Hyde ( the musical) and Mina Harker from Dracula?

Rikke Olesund says:

Hey, thanks for this tutorial! It looks very well made. Do you wear this out after the Tutorial? 🙂 Greetings

Vanafindiel666 says:

I’ve been looking for something like this for SO long thank you!!!!

Bridget Ravens says:

This turned out so well, Lucy!!! Gorgeous as ever ❤️❤️❤️

Cloud Panter says:

make a Libuše Šafránková tutorial ! you look like her !!

Amelia Whitehall says:

This must have taken forever to brush out!!!

Rachel Keeling says:

I discovered your channel yesterday and you’re so talented! I love your historical videos, but I’d love to see a hairstyle from the late 1780’s-early 1790’s – a bit like Caroline from the latest series of Poldark? 🙂

Sanni Minna says:

Amazing tutorial! I admire your skills so much 🙂 x

Dakota Edwards says:

❤❤❤ this is so cool! I love it!

die alone-ly guy says:

electra heart is not dead

Akiko says:

Why do 18th-century hairstyles always have one loose curl on their nape? Is it a trend or something?

olivina624 says:

Hi there, nice tutorial! Just wanted to point out that eighteenth-century women didn’t actually wear full wigs. That level of artifice was all male. Women would add false hair in for styling but integrate it with their own. If you want some sources I can recommend some 🙂

Grace says:

Lady Sybil! Don’t tell me this is what you left Downton for! Not that the show doesn’t seem interesting, it does, but still.

chaymae ajjaji says:

This lady is so genious

Caro H. says:

I was wondering whether you could make a tutorial on backcombing as well? It may just be me, but I can never seem to do it properly! 😛 I love your channel sooo much!!!!

kri sta says:

you did this one perfectly!!

alex white says:

Wonderful Tutorial! <3

موسوية says:

واوووو جمييل ضحى من العراق l Love you❤❤❤

Courtney Racine says:

I am SO happy to see your channel blow up! I’ve been here since 68k. Keep up the amazing work :D:D

Magda Kozik says:

elsa hair ! ❤

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