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Jan Vermeer
Female Hairstyles
1632-1675

Please Note: these are Dutch paintings, and Dutch hairstyles are somewhat different from the English ones in the 1650s and 60s, which tended to have more curls at the sides in combination with the bun at the back of the head, evolving from the hairstyles of the 1630s and 40s.

Hairstyle 1
Hairstyle 2
Hairstyle 3
Hairstyle 4
Hairstyle 5
Hairstyle 6
Hairstyle 7
Hairstyle 8
Hairstyle 9

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Hairstyles by Vermeer | Dress Colours by Vermeer | Head-dresses by Vermeer

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Gentlemen's Baroque Clothing

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Costume Colours by Vermeer | Hair- and Head-dresses by Vermeer

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