Edwardian Braid Hairstyle
An Edwardian braid is one of the most popular hairstyle in the 1900s where women used to have full bustles with this hairstyle. Most of the time, it was worn as very voluminous which looked similar to a pompadour hairstyle. This hairstyle may be difficult to achieve it at home, so most of the women will prefer to get help from a hairstylist.
To create this style, start the styling after washing the hair a day before the styling process. Take loose hair from your brush and then fill up two hairnets with silk stockings. Next pin the rat on one side of your head and make sure it strong enough to hold the hair. Take the bangs away from your face and take another part of hair to pin it to the rat. The front hair must look like a pouf and the ends must stay loose. Mist all over the hair with a hairspray and flip out the front hair that must along merge with the rest of your hair. Take the ends of your hair to create a ponytail or make it look bulky by adding a clip to the ponytail. At last wrap the hair around the ponytail to create a large bun or if needed of leave the hair as it is. You can also pin the bun at any place on your head from the nape to the crown. Mist the hair again with a hairspray to get more hold.