2009 Long Sleek Hairstyles

Long Sleek Hairstyles The sleek look also brings a sharper, simpler look as well. For long hairstyles, the sleek look starts at top and goes all the way to the ends. Pomades, gels, and other produces are a necessity for creating these sleek hairstyles. The three long hairstyle images presented here offer simple, cute, and a little wild.
Long Sleek Hairstyles

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Singer Isabella Colbran by Waldmüller or a follower, c 1830

Maria Dorothea Eleonora Heicke by Friedrich T. Georgi, 1835

Windsor Castle in Modern Times by Landseer, 1841

Florence Nightingale and Her Sister by William White


The Buck Family by Adam Buck

Lady with Fan by Goya

Madame Recamier by Jacques Louis David, 1800

Louise von Preußen by Vigée-Lebrun

Joséphine Bonaparte by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, 1805

Madame Bonaparte by Vigée-Lebrun, 1807

Madame Henet by Vigée-Lebrun, 1809

La Vicomtesse de Senonnes by Ingres, 1816

Eliza Ridgely by Sully, 1818

Scene Lingos are Important Part of Scene Style

Scene Lingos
A typical scene kid is one who knows the right scene lingos which emphasize an appropriate scene style. When you create your own phrases, think of short, odd adverbs that can be overused or use them instead in special occasions.

When you feel that something is really awesome, shout RADD. Typos can be applied too but scene kids who want to be unique make their own words online with friends. When one of you typos and you think it’s funny, you can use weird accent on selected words as what Britney Spears does.

If you say omgzzzz, rawr and bikthx, that’s cool. In MySpace, scene kids usually use usernames that have something to do with their favorite band or song. A lot of them say the words such as terror, strange and suicide in their names as well as copyright and trademark symbols.

Whether you are speaking on the phone or in personal, tell somebody that her clothes are so Marie Claire referring to a huge fashion icon. You can say other scene lingos like batch, you are the shag, that’s golden, you’re so cute STFU, or oh-em-gee.

Avoid using rofl and Imao, instead, you can make use of stellar, rad or yar. Refrain from using old hip hop urban slang like fashizzle and fosho. You can call each other nigga, nikka, nukka being obsessed with robots and dinosaurs.

Don’t say what the people around you are saying. You can try the Urban Dictionary to enhance your scene lingo or you can coin your own words but be sure they sound good.

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Scene kids

Scarlett Johansson Long Soft Curly Hairstyle 2009

Beautiful Soft Curly Hairstyle 2009 From Celebrity Scarlett Johansson
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Eighteenth Century ~ 1780-1799

Mrs Mary "Perdita" Robinson by Gainsborough, 1781-82

Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun by herself, 1782

Sir Christopher Sykes and His Wife by George Romney, 1786

Les Lavoisiers by Jacques Louis David, 1788

Madame Dubarry by Vigée-Lebrun, 1781

Mme Seriziat by David, 1795


Generalities of the Period

For once blond hair went out of fashion, and black or brown hair was preferred. Women, during the time of Louis XIII, often wore their hair in tight, neat plaits. A popular hairstyle was launched by Mademoiselle de Fontanges, a favorite of Louis XIV. On a hunt with the king, she appeared with a glorious coiffure adorned with ribbons and feathers. On horseback, her hair became tousled, so she simply tied it up with a silk garter. From that moment on, women tied up their curls, which had fallen on the shoulders until then, and the style became known as a Fontanges.

Young women wore their hair in soft, loose curls which fell about an inch below the ears. Towards the end of the period, wigs were gaining popularity.

For ease of navigation I've divided this century into smaller segments
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Baroque ~ 1600-1627

Unknown Lady by unknown artist

Unknown Lady by Isaac Oliver, 1605

Woman with a Lute by Orazio Gentileschi, 1610

Young Family by Anthonis van Dijck, 1621

Young Lady by Jacob Jordaens, 1615

Eighteenth Century ~ 1761-1779

The Linley Sisters by Gainsborough, 1772

Marie Antoinette of France, artist unknown, 1780s

Wilhelmine Encke Countess Lichtenau by Anna Dorothea Therbusch

Mme Freret-Déricour by Duplessis, 1769

Singer by Fragonard, 1769

photo credits ~
All historical paintings taken from La Coutouriere Parisienne