3 edition of The wig-maker and his servants found in the catalog.
The wig-maker and his servants
|Statement||by Charles Oppenheimer|
|Series||[Ames" series of standard and minor drama -- no. 156], English and American drama of the nineteenth century, Ames" series of standard and minor drama -- no. 156|
|The Physical Object|
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The hackle was a tool that looked very much like a comb. The hair was passed through the hackle in order to ready it for weaving. The wig maker's comb was just a regular comb that was used to tidy the wig once it was set up on the wig block.
The curling iron was used to style the wig. In general, men's wigs were worn in simple ponytails during. Ina Canadian woman named Anna Taylor first patented artificial lashes. In the Hollywood director David W. Griffith wanted her actress to have fluttering lashes, so he ordered to his film’s wig-maker to glue lashes made of a human hair onto actress’ own eyelids using spirit gum.5/5(19).
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