Miss Mathilde, Moulin Rouge Parisian Theatre Actress Romantic Nymph Beauty Portrait by Walery Rare Original Photo Postcard Used in 1906
old tinted photo
Anna Held by Leopold Reutlinger
victorian hair fashion for the average face demanded graceful waves, coquettish curls, and plaits of hair becomingly arranged. Hair was often twisted and arranged to create the appearance of height and the look of an oval or round shape to the face.
Curly hair was meant to indicate a sweeter temperament, while straight-haired girls were considered reserved or even awkward. A woman's hair was profoundly important to the overall effect she was able to make.