It was increased by wigs, hairpieces and cushions, and held set up by nets, sticks, brushes and grease. I hate people camping. Under the Byzantine Empire, aristocrats secured the vast majority of their hair with silk tops and pearl nets.
From the hour of the Roman Empire until the Middle Ages, most ladies developed their hair as long as it would normally develop. I hate people camping. It was ordinarily little styled by trimming, as ladies’ hair was tied up on the head and secured on most events when outside the home with a snood, scarf or cloak; for a grown-up lady to wear revealed and free hair in the road was regularly limited to whores.