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Hair History: 15th Century | Early Renaissance

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In this video I share with you how to create a high class hairstyle inspired by 15th century fashion, also known as early Renaissance. The natural loose 15th century style was defined by soft braids, waves and hair adornments. All throughout Europe the fashion was to wear the hair in braids coiled around the head. For more videos subscribe to my channel here http://bit.ly/1zW6zZB My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
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Grant G (3 months ago)
You look amazing
Florentine Ivory (4 months ago)
"Learned from the Greeks & Romans" Except being gay was illegal & publicly executing a 15 year old boy by shoving a red hot iron in his rectum was acceptable (look up Giovanni di Giovanni. Such an unfortunate life.)
Amelia Scalies (7 months ago)
you’re so pretty! and you did such a good job with your research. wow!
Keith Howard (7 months ago)
She does some killer stuff with her hair . Knows her history. Deffenitly does her research.
رائد الشراري (10 months ago)
you have a beautiful eyes
Erehwon BéBé (11 months ago)
I need a maid for this ... (´༎ຶོρ༎ຶོ`)
FlyingMonkies325 (11 months ago)
This one is so cute :) i've tried even putting big clips in my hair but it's just too damn slidy to style it just comes out of the clips and i'm hopeless at reaching back to do anything at the back of my head without being able to see lol i dunno how girls twist the hair a little to put in a big claw clip either i tried many times but failed.
achanwahn (11 months ago)
This is nice, however (for anyone doing practical research), bear in mind that pictoral depictions are romanticized, so this can be 1 of 2 things, regional or theatrical. This was not a common everyday look, & certainly not in every corner of Europe. This was a high noble style, and each country had their own take while fashion was shared. Hope that helps in anyone's research
Deborah Giles (1 year ago)
That's impressive! I would get so frustrated with my hair going everywhere trying to do this. I would def need professional help!!
Royal Pumpkin (1 year ago)
Wow so beautiful! thank you.
ohmylagosh (1 year ago)
These are some of my favorite videos on youtube!
Ana Simões (1 year ago)
why do i actually love this hairstyle so much
Lorisa214 (1 year ago)
Queen Elizabeth was kinda a fashion icon tho
Barbara Breslin (1 year ago)
How did maga twitter invade this comment section? this is literally a video about hair wtf
Sylvie Guillet (1 year ago)
about courtisanes in the renaissance, watch a tutorial about renaissance brait... it can takes a few tome, but if you're good, with the long hair who's yours, it can be culte... with some tiara that you can find to claire's accessories ou accessoires, it's perfectly fairy-renaissance!!!...
Sylvie Guillet (1 year ago)
on the top of the head, it's do small, not large enough and so close to the forhead ; first point. Second point, ladies didn't let some slices of hair free, excepted the courtisanes.
Kaylee Mikulec (4 months ago)
Sylvie Guillet she made it modern
Cherrypiexz (1 year ago)
i just looove renassance sooo much,i wish people eould bringbsome aspects of that era,just like happened in romanticism
Stell&LoLo (1 year ago)
Where do you get all your history sources from?
Wiktoria Biańkowska (1 year ago)
person (1 year ago)
what was the 15th century hair fashion of England?
andré rasemont (1 year ago)
Renaissance, tu est coiffée, bien, maintenant il faut mettre la robe et le corset, tu sera encre pus belle;;; Attention au coiffeur et le tatoueur les ennemis de ta beauté.
cuhurun (1 year ago)
Stunningly beautiful !
Ana Delaney (1 year ago)
I'm getting so addicted to these videos omg
Gabriella (1 year ago)
Men in the 15th century looked good with their long hair and clean shaven faces.
Fernanda Palma (2 years ago)
I'm in love with your serie s2
violeta softcloud (2 years ago)
I'm related to Henry the 6th almost directly witch means queen Elizabeth is my second cousin
tackyman2011 (11 months ago)
I'm Batman.
tudor chick (1 year ago)
enry the 6th was not in related to elizabeth the 1st. HenryVIII was her father ,not HenryVI
Totally out of topic, but do you sing at all? You have such a unique voice and I imagine your singing voice being so lovely.
Diekje (2 years ago)
Mag ik vragen wat je als bronnen gebruikt? Ik vind je video's fantastisch en een extraatje naast mijn studies archeologie ^_^
Loepsie (2 years ago)
+Diekje Ik heb wat rondgesnuffeld in de universiteitsbibliotheek :) Fashions in Hair van Richard Corson is bijzonder nuttig gebleken!
Zainab Rahman (2 years ago)
i just love your piece of work
The Knot Twins (2 years ago)
This is an amazing video! We love how you give the history. It is so interesting💛
Mar Bravo (2 years ago)
You're awesome! I love your hair history videos!!! <3
Andrea Wheeler (2 years ago)
Can you do braids, because i need that for my presentation, and i was wondering if u can do the history of braids in Europe!? PLZ
777 777 (5 months ago)
Loepsie can I still do this hairstyle even with clip in hair extensions?
Andrea Wheeler (2 years ago)
on braids though?
Andrea Wheeler (2 years ago)
nooo i was wondering if u can give information like u do in ur other awesome videos, because i try seeing if there is something specific but no!! is that k? :)
Loepsie (2 years ago)
+Andrea Wheeler Hahaha are you asking me to do your project for you? 😜
Kendra Something (2 years ago)
Hmm. I was really enjoying these videos, but the comment section is nothing but sheer ignorance and I would even say racism. It's a shame that everyone can't just enjoy the hair tutorial, like civilized human beings.
deadsoon (6 months ago)
@tudor chick literally proved her point sksksk
tudor chick (1 year ago)
get over yourself.Nobody cares about your feelings
Oprah Jones (2 years ago)
10 black people disliked because the 15th century European woman's fashion used braids and that's "cultural appropriation" lol!
Kaylee Mikulec (4 months ago)
Kendra Something no braiding was started by white people just sayin
Gabriella (1 year ago)
Wow you race baiters ruin everything
Kendra Something (2 years ago)
Oprah Jones Actually, braiding has been traced back to Africa. Far before the 15th century. Basic research.
Jess Fae (2 years ago)
Your channel is so educational and interesting! Love these! So happy I have videos to look at as a guide when I'm feeling historical!
GalTraditional (2 years ago)
European culture is the best, rich and beautiful. I'm proud to be white.
Kylie Hood (9 months ago)
GalTraditional you’re so ignorant, it’s painful. you would struggle to pour water out of a boot with the instructions on the heel.
Lisa Nguyen (1 year ago)
GalTraditional please..do research other than Stormfront. you're quite ignorant.
Gabriella (1 year ago)
Culture isn't a race you idiot
Emma Lumley (1 year ago)
GalTraditional are you for real?
Kristin Alphamegamia (2 years ago)
Where did all these klan members come from? Black people are not stupid, and Egypt is IN AFRICA. I hope you all find the same misfortunes as those you cast your judgements on.
Daria Orme (2 years ago)
Your accent is so beautiful!
Einsteinz Vice (2 years ago)
That is one beautiful style! I think it would be especially lovely for a wedding. :-)
Clara I-M (3 years ago)
Those damn Irish and their moustaches!
MissMargaret (3 years ago)
This is one of those hairstyles where you know they had servants or sisters.
Rynne Rawrsome (3 years ago)
you would've made a stunning princess :D I like your vids !!!
Marloes van den Bosch (3 years ago)
Hi, I am wondering if the rich in the renaissance, 15/16th century, had bare arms? In the series reign they have a lot of costumes with bare arms but I don't know if that is completely true to history. I making a costume my self for a school project :)
Julz Mgrforll (3 years ago)
the TV show Reign is fun to watch but is in no way historically accurate. If you do any research you will be frustrated with not only the history but the three fashion is so far off that it can take the fun out of watching. just pretend it is a complete fiction and you can put the fun back in watching
Julz Mgrforll (3 years ago)
the TV show Reign is fun to watch but is in no way historically accurate. If you do any research you will be frustrated with not only the history but the three fashion is so far off that it can take the fun out of watching. just pretend it is a complete fiction and you can put the fun back in watching
Ravi Pillay (3 years ago)
It looks so pretty.
Jakub Zeman (3 years ago)
This is so nice! :))
TeeTee Nahj (3 years ago)
I love your channel.
DottyGale8 (3 years ago)
Echoing the others who say that these videos are terrific. Very entertaining and informative. Thank you for doing these!
diana curtis (3 years ago)
the renaissance did not begin until Elizabeth I. The War of the Roses is still consider medieval.
achanwahn (11 months ago)
Actually... It's all under the umbrella of medieval. The renaissance is a specific time at the end of the era.
Bearded Sailor (3 years ago)
Italy was the center of renaissance,not England
XamiNaxamis (3 years ago)
yall are thinking about england... the renassiance started really early in italy which i think is what this video is about
nemosangel (3 years ago)
OMG i've just found your channel and i think you're amazing! Lately i've been obsessed with all medieval related things, and the rituals of everyday life really get my attention. So finding you is great! I was wondering where do you get your information, can you recommend some books or something? Greetings from Argentina! :)
Jomjoy Sombilon (3 years ago)
Wow! You're amazing!!! 😍 🎉❤
Elena Taber (4 years ago)
these videos are the COOLEST! i love the idea of doing your hair throughout history
Ysegrïm (4 years ago)
Amazing how well she manages to do her hair in all these different styles. I already have troubles to braid them evenly or but them in a decent bun :/
Louise Eve (4 years ago)
Do you do fashion/clothes history? If not that would be amazing!
autum bliss (4 years ago)
Love this! you look so pretty with this hairstyle!!! I actually have a non-hair related question, but I am thinking of starting a YouTube channel and I'm not sure how I should go about it. do you have any tips? :))
autum bliss (4 years ago)
@Loepsie Awesome! Thank you so much Lucy, Love from Canada :))
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@autum bliss Choose a niche you love, be yourself, be consistent, be unique! :)
Giulia (4 years ago)
best series of videos ever, you should do this with clothes too! I am from Italy so we study this parts of hisory really good (i love that subject), and beauty is my passion, so I really really love these! love you too x
BelleWithin (4 years ago)
This is so pretty Lucy. I was wondering how you add those beautiful backgrounds to your thumbnails?
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@BelleWithin I use a photo editor to stick my head onto a photo, haha! :P
Butterfly (4 years ago)
Awww this is so pretty😍 by far one of my favorites.
fashionbunny22 (4 years ago)
This is my favorite so far. Very elegant and beautiful.
Laurisa Kennedy (4 years ago)
I love these hair history videos :) they are so interesting :D
rm0209 (2 years ago)
Laurisa Kennedy i
Angelica Davis (2 years ago)
Laurisa Kennedy i
Dakota Foy (3 years ago)
+Loepsie I think the renaissance was a very interesting time fashion art technology and the military weapons but it was also terrible if u commited small crimes they would behead u or hang u and burn woman at the stake if u could would u go back to that time for one day
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@Laurisa Kennedy Thank you! :)
kristiekat (4 years ago)
What did they use to pluck their hair? Did they have tweezers back then? I imagine that would be pretty painful.
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@kristiekat Sure they had tweezers, they're a very basic item :) Wouldn't have been more painful than our contemporary plucking or waxing of body hair. You get used to anything, haha!
Amanda (4 years ago)
I love this series! I know you might run into copyright issues, but it would be nice to see some pictures to illustrate some of the examples you give.
Barbara D'Aversa (4 years ago)
@Amanda She can use old paintings. Old paintings are copy right free after an amount of decades. So a 300/500 years old painting is no longer affected by copyright issues.
Julia Berg (4 years ago)
Love it!
annadayl (4 years ago)
This hairstyle is so beautiful! :)
Sara-Anne H (4 years ago)
Can't wait for my next costume party to try this!!
DarkR0ze (4 years ago)
Could do without the bow
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@DarkR0ze Actually, four or five bows would have been more historically accurate, haha! They went all out :)
Kumpi92 (4 years ago)
Wow, this one looks complicated, especially sewing the ribbon in! :D Good job, it looks really good on you :)
Loepsie (4 years ago)
@Kumpi92 Thank you! :)
Est Thie (4 years ago)
This looks very beautiful. *~*
Angel Jordan (4 years ago)
:-) I loved this video

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