If you enjoy UK history, I highly recommend this author. Alison Weir has a real gift for bringing important people and events from hundreds of years ago to life. She is extremely thorough in her research and it shows.
There was a little girl, who had a little curl. By Henry Wadsworth
Longer hair, while not as prevalent as the up-do’s, usually took the form of a long curl draped over the shoulder. At second to right, Mrs. Henry Baring wore a more casual “do”, with her locks streaming around her neck and shoulders.