Colonial High Roll
Colonial high roll hairstyle was mostly worn by the upper-class French ladies from 1714 to 1811. Women used to create dramatic rolls with artificial pads to nearly double the size of the head as it was known to the eccentric fashion trend.
To get this hairstyle, first brush your hair to get rid of any tangles and spread a volumizing mousse over the hair roots. Divide a small section of the hair at the crown with the help of a rat-tail comb. The section must be about 2-3 inches thick and create a ponytail with it. Put the ponytail through the hair donut and pin the donut using bobby pins to your head. Try to wrap your ponytail around the hair donut and then secure it using bobby pins which will serve as the base for your high roll. Now divide the rest of the hair into small section and backcomb each of them by combing it forward as well as backward a few times to get larger volume. Comb your hair lightly and pull it over the top bun to secure it into a ponytail using an elastic hair band. Use the fingers to style the hair and keep the index finger close to scalp to coil the ponytail around it. Keep the coil in place using your other hand and slip your index finger out of it. Secure the coil on top of the roll using bobby pins to end the styling.