Beauty ideal early 15 th century - a girl with a high forehead. In order to correct the lack of natural, medieval beauties pull out your hair with sideburns. This helped to visually enlarge the forehead and close to the desired standard fashion.
it's no secret that in the Middle Ages, ladies love to wear fluffy wigs. Because of this, often had nosebleeds. At the time of Queen Elizabeth in medieval England, especially the fashionable had red hair. To ensure that color, women painted their wigs solution, which contained sulfur and flowers of sunflower. That toxic effects of sulfur and lead to bleeding.
In Japan, Geisha collect bird droppings, mixed with flour and used as powder. It was believed that this way you can achieve exceptional whiteness and young people. The resulting mixture is laid in the ears, used as a mask for the eyes lubricated nostrils and lips.
In the 14 th century it became fashionable to hang on my clothes a lot of bells. They are sewn to the skirt, belt, wore a sling from the bells on top of clothes, and attached to a shoe. Can you imagine what the noise was standing on the streets of medieval towns?
Every honest girl in the Middle Ages wore on a minimum of three layers of clothing: vests, breeches, top dress. All three garments reach the toe and had a long sleeve. Often lower and upper dress was made of wool apparels which gave considerable weight.
I N THE M IDDLE A GES WERE FASHIONABLE SONGS ABOUT LOVE.T HEY SUNG OF BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WOMEN IN DRESSES WITH GREEN SLEEVES. T HAT IS WHY WHILE GIRLS OFTEN WORE DRESSES GREEN.
Lingerie in the modern sense of the medieval fashion plates were not. His naked body a long white dress shirt.
Ideal of beauty of Romanesque and Gothic periods of the Middle Ages were dark eyebrows, straight nose, small mouth, full lips and a dimple in his chin. In order to meet this ideal, the person carefully makeup, no matter what the church bans.