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In the 1700s, gents wigs were powdered in order to give them their unique white-colored or off-white color. Party Wigs
Females in the 1700s did not wear wigs, but used a coiffure formulated by synthetic locks or locks from other sources. Females mainly powdered their locks greyish, or blue-ish greyish, and from the 1770s forward never white-colored like men. Wig powdered was created from perfectly ground starchy foods that was fragrant with lemon plant, rose, or orris main. Mens Wigs
Wig powdered was sometimes colored purple, red, light red or yellow, but was most often used as off-white.