• Published on May 16, 2019
  • Hi Beautiful! This was one of my favorite videos to film ever. It was sooo hard to follow instructions that were written in the 18th century but I also learned so much about how to style hair in different ways that I didn't know about before. Overall such a fun challenge!
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Comments • 3 654

  • Brad Mondo
    Brad Mondo  Month ago +3992

    P.S I was doing a blackpink dance. Name that song...

    • Gigi Cosmo
      Gigi Cosmo 4 hours ago

      Brad Mondo you could’ve just used end paper instead of wasting time cutting tissue paper

    • Patricia Toevs
      Patricia Toevs 8 hours ago

      I'm a Monbebe but Blackpink was my first Kpop group. I had run into them looking for P!nk videos. Du Du Du is a fun song 😻

    • Virgil Sanders
      Virgil Sanders 15 hours ago

      Ddu ddu ddu blackpink

    • Kayla Marie
      Kayla Marie 17 hours ago

      AND SPRITE thank u

    • Kayla Marie
      Kayla Marie 17 hours ago

      Brad Mondo Ddu du ddu du

  • cricut crafters
    cricut crafters Hour ago

    I know you did this in May but could you do a few 1940's hair styles? My husband does WW2 re-enactment and he wants me to dress up and dress our little girl up too but I always fail when I try to do it myself.
    You seem to explain a lot so maybe I can follow you better than the other people.

  • DropsOfJupiterGS
    DropsOfJupiterGS 2 hours ago

    Love your Shirt!

  • Andromeda Lance
    Andromeda Lance 2 hours ago

    I assume it's pronounced loop-sea (but say it relatively quick).

  • Cecilia Guimarães
    Cecilia Guimarães 2 hours ago

    You rock! Seriously, that hair is a perfect 18th centuury hair!

  • Abby Colby
    Abby Colby 3 hours ago

    The f looking letter is a lowercase s, btw

  • Preda Crowl
    Preda Crowl 4 hours ago

    F was S back then.... idk why

  • Bangtan Love
    Bangtan Love 4 hours ago

    Those women probably went bald from how much hair loss these styles caused

  • Bridget
    Bridget 5 hours ago

    in the eighteenth century they wrotes "s" as a variation of f-

  • Anon Kat
    Anon Kat 5 hours ago

    It pains me just to watch you read the instructions and it pains me more when I read it with you when you show a photo of the page. I can't stop laughing 🤣😭

  • DearestClaudio
    DearestClaudio 5 hours ago

    A 3 minute intro, Bradley????????? Are you kidding???

  • Carrie Pickett
    Carrie Pickett 5 hours ago

    f = s “ ...and has not strength enough to twist.”

  • Carrie Pickett
    Carrie Pickett 6 hours ago +1

    f = s

  • Idio syncratic
    Idio syncratic 8 hours ago

    Love that. Well done. It doesn't look meffy at all. ;)

  • V.A. D-R
    V.A. D-R 9 hours ago

    It looks like the Macarena to me..

  • Duke The Creator
    Duke The Creator 11 hours ago

    What the hell, is this the homosexual pewdiepie!?.... well the more homosexual pewdiepie anyways!? Lol

  • Katie Hoffman
    Katie Hoffman 17 hours ago

    I know that they used to use things like birdcages and wire to keep the hair style up and then they would cover it up at night to last weeks. They would also add pins and other fun things :)

  • SquirrlySwirly
    SquirrlySwirly 19 hours ago

    I liked as soon as I saw the horse... 🐎

  • rei rei
    rei rei 21 hour ago

    who else thought of the singer adele rocking this hair style?

  • Maddie Otto
    Maddie Otto 23 hours ago

    As being uneducated on 18th century language, I started thinking that they’d just spelled how someone with a lisp was talking. Thanks to the other comments that helped me understand this isn’t the case 😂

  • The Devil Himself
    The Devil Himself 23 hours ago

    The letter s used to be written like an f, you aren't having a seizure

  • Caroline B.
    Caroline B. Day ago

    "Draw me like one of your french girls" lolol

  • Lina
    Lina Day ago

    At the beginning I was like YOU BETTER GIVE HER CREDIT 🤣🤣

  • Caroline B.
    Caroline B. Day ago

    I fucking love to read and love to study history but I could not understand that whatsoever so kudos to you Brad

  • gene wolfking
    gene wolfking Day ago

    Most f's are s's in old language they letters weren't what they were today

  • Lindsay MacFarlane

    This was super entertaining! I want to see more like it!!! You did a great job!!! Love you!

  • Rylan Beaman
    Rylan Beaman Day ago

    I love it

  • DasdardlySonya
    DasdardlySonya Day ago

    fun fact- those extra F's in all the words were actually how early printings did some of their S's. So every time you see one, just read it as S and you'll be fine!

  • Rhea Bassett
    Rhea Bassett Day ago

    You did a great Job and Bobby pins back then were made out of bone or ivory for the elite and it is beautiful

  • Was-a-fan usa
    Was-a-fan usa Day ago

    It looks amazing!

  • Christine H
    Christine H Day ago

    You're reading the S'es as F's, because the print S'es kinda looked similar to the F's, haha!

  • anushka acharekar

    She looks more like mr bean's daughter than mr bean's dlaughter.

  • Olivia Alvord
    Olivia Alvord Day ago

    My friend once told me I should try this because I have so much thick hair and now I am sad that I chopped it all off

  • Michelle Tetzke
    Michelle Tetzke Day ago +1

    I watched the original video and Holy f#@k that was a lot of pomade and powder!!! That was neat to watch. Thanks hun!💜🤟💋

  • Ding Dong
    Ding Dong Day ago

    a toupee iron is basically like hair curling tongs

  • Alley Wolf
    Alley Wolf Day ago

    So in the 18th century people used f’s for s’s

  • Alicia Goodin
    Alicia Goodin Day ago

    S' back then looked like F's so fuppofed is supposed :D

  • Sloane Ralston
    Sloane Ralston Day ago

    Librarian here. PSA, you can always go to the library if you don't know how to find something.

    • Sloane Ralston
      Sloane Ralston Day ago

      And a lot of those older texts used the letter "f" in place of "s." I don't remember why.

  • A E S T H E T I C A L L Y S U F F E R I N G

    Ok, but they were drunk when they wrote those instructions, right?

  • ParkJiminieV95 1317

    25:04 ok but why does that actually look like the recycling sign

  • Lubna HM
    Lubna HM Day ago

    Looks really good

  • Jen Ford
    Jen Ford Day ago

    Rag curls. FACT: It is possible to curl the rags and get straight hair with curly rags, this is where moms savagely braided your hair instead. In their defense moms had a lot of stress back in the day, noncooperation of even inanimate objects were dealt with severely.

  • trish093
    trish093 2 days ago

    Now I want to see how you brush/wash this out...

  • Michelle Pollock
    Michelle Pollock 2 days ago

    The letter s on the paper are all the weird fs in wrong place

  • Kyana Rangel
    Kyana Rangel 2 days ago

    Black pink yea

  • Opal Gehard
    Opal Gehard 2 days ago

    People didn't shower everyday unless they were rich so the beginning was for that crusty unwashed hair. They also probably didn't have as good shampoo

  • Stephanie Willekens
    Stephanie Willekens 2 days ago

    I don't get why you do have to curl the hair first 😂

  • Cadence Ruiz
    Cadence Ruiz 2 days ago


  • Carrie Brown
    Carrie Brown 2 days ago

    Could the greasing down be to kill head lice ?

  • Maria
    Maria 2 days ago

    Blackpink DDU-DU DDU-DU its nice to know i feel loved for once😌

  • Children Of Morning
    Children Of Morning 2 days ago

    My grandmother used to roll her hair just like that.

  • Coretta Hattereaux
    Coretta Hattereaux 2 days ago

    The mannequin looks terrified

  • Rachel Baeza
    Rachel Baeza 2 days ago

    I can’t. 😂

  • Elizabeth Chandler
    Elizabeth Chandler 2 days ago

    I'm sure you figured out already that many of those "f"s were in place of "s"s

  • Feminot
    Feminot 2 days ago

    Mrs. Beeton’s book of household management. It has recipes, hair styles, clothing patterns, and instructions for child rearing. 1840-60 must have.

  • 59snitt
    59snitt 2 days ago

    I would love to run around in your brain for 24 hrs. You are such a HOT MESS!!!!! Plus this book was written by an English hairdresser and is a slang of proper English. So you actually read it fantastic.💋

  • Melissa Barrett
    Melissa Barrett 3 days ago

    Video starts at 6:00

  • Broken Ophelia
    Broken Ophelia 3 days ago

    There is a channel on RU-clip that shows how to recreate Roman and Greek hairstyles, so really really ancient. It would be interesting to see you follow one of those because the tools and techniques are so different that I think you would really find it interesting.

  • Ryan blake 13
    Ryan blake 13 3 days ago

    The hair looks like Cinderella's evil step mothers but blond

  • Jstar 11
    Jstar 11 3 days ago

    Your outfits r 💣💣💣💣💣

  • xX19Cass89Xx
    xX19Cass89Xx 3 days ago

    I think you did great. They probably put some hair jewelry in the middle, or even an extension of curls.

  • HMS GAURD Posts
    HMS GAURD Posts 3 days ago

    Girl there was no hair coloring in the 18th century

  • Bethany Masters
    Bethany Masters 3 days ago

    I know a girl who learned how to curl her hair like that in prison.

  • Alicia DeMellier
    Alicia DeMellier 3 days ago

    The letter "s" used to look a lot like the letter "f." Lol, those we're all s's.

  • mj darkness lady
    mj darkness lady 3 days ago +2

    So the hair is pretty good but....
    The hair looks more 1950s and 40s then the real extreme styles in the 1800
    You still did a good job 👍

    • mj darkness lady
      mj darkness lady 3 days ago

      @Just Lisa The front does look like a everyday 1800 look but the back is not really 1800 its more 1910-1950 look.
      But thanks for telling me some more facts!!

    • Just Lisa
      Just Lisa 3 days ago

      mj darkness lady, this would have been an everyday style. The rich could afford the wildly elaborate wigs. That’s way to poofy to be the 1940s.

    JŁØVÉ 3 days ago +1

    Did anyone notice how much that girl looks like Mr.Bean

  • Florencia Valentina Miño

    Congratulations you've made an Evita Perón

  • Esme Franco
    Esme Franco 3 days ago

    LOL he's going insane 😂😂😂😄😄

  • Bianca Loredo
    Bianca Loredo 3 days ago


  • Carrie Karnes
    Carrie Karnes 4 days ago

    My English teacher said at that point in time having a big head was attractive, so he went around the classroom and measured every girls head and told us how unattractive we would have been in the 18th century.

  • Kelly Veracruz
    Kelly Veracruz 4 days ago

    Omg!!! I loved watching you do this!!! So skilled!

  • AskMeAnything AtAll
    AskMeAnything AtAll 4 days ago

    1950s hair!!!

  • Maya N.
    Maya N. 4 days ago

    I feel like the people in the past put way more effort in the stuff they did. (Hair, dresses houses) Today it's more like the faster and the cheaper the better. (Sorry, my Englisch isn't that good)

  • Echo StarThunder
    Echo StarThunder 4 days ago

    This was a great video! Loved being able to see how they did this kind of style back then before more modern products and techniques were introduced. Also couldn't help but laugh watching you struggle with that olden times speak lol that was great! Would love to see more tutorial videos like this one with even older hairstyles like the ones from the 16th and 17th centuries! I think those would be super fun!

  • Skull Girrl
    Skull Girrl 4 days ago

    I think there was supposed to styled tresses at the end is what it was saying with the pomade strands? Like have it all up & styled but a few curls down the side or back

  • Shao-Ning Wu
    Shao-Ning Wu 4 days ago +3

    I love that he just summarize the paragraphs into simple sentences and the outcome is actually great

  • Miss Vidzy
    Miss Vidzy 4 days ago

    Back then, they wrote S like an F

  • GiraffeBae82
    GiraffeBae82 4 days ago

    what is this outfit...

  • Mama Bear
    Mama Bear 4 days ago

    Make some dreadlock videos!! My 2 year old daughter Poppy and I watch you at night in bed, WE LOVE YOU!

  • Jasper Nez
    Jasper Nez 4 days ago

    OOOOOOOOOOH MAN I can read the instructions clearly and imagine too. how it look like I learn that hair or wig master took their time to curl the hair. It was small like 3/4 between 1/8 in to get more volume to curl it

    BACK AGAIN 4 days ago

    The font back then was very different.... the "s" looks like an "f"... I can see why you were having trouble.

  • Kim Underwood
    Kim Underwood 5 days ago

    That 'f' symbol ur reading is the long 's' it's a letter we dont use anymore but its pronounced the same way you'd pronounce an 's'

  • Adriana Ivanoff
    Adriana Ivanoff 5 days ago

    Omg I love this video it was awesome lol

  • Alexandra Elaine
    Alexandra Elaine 5 days ago

    Idk if anyone has said this yet but in old english writing S's look like F's hahah.

  • Baky Toki
    Baky Toki 5 days ago

    What was the dude writing this smoking???

  • Melissa Weber
    Melissa Weber 5 days ago

    I know it is too late, buuuut... that "f" is actually a double s XD love this vid!

  • Paola Rodriguez
    Paola Rodriguez 5 days ago

    They used to write s's like f's, except at the very end of a word. If you look closely, they're actually f's without the horizontal stroke. So everytime there's an f without a stroke, it's actually meant to be an s

  • SlyFox . . .
    SlyFox . . . 5 days ago

    Back in the 18th century, the letter ‘s’ wasn’t as common as it is now. It was normally only used in words with a ‘z’ sound, like ‘is’ or ‘was’. So words like furnifhed and fuppofed are actually, furnished and supposed.

  • Lolli Popol
    Lolli Popol 5 days ago +1

    The spelling mistakes are because they had to write with type writters and couldnt edit out mistakes

  • Aoki Mika
    Aoki Mika 5 days ago

    Yeah that f thing in the texts is an old s. . .

  • Sanghamitra Samal
    Sanghamitra Samal 5 days ago

    Did he danced to blackpink song in the intro??
    I'm crying 😂😂😂

  • chimchimochi_1
    chimchimochi_1 5 days ago

    I thought you were dancing kill this love in the intro haha

  • GEE perz
    GEE perz 5 days ago

    I love him so much man ❤💛💚💙💜

  • Kelly-Anne Wiegand
    Kelly-Anne Wiegand 5 days ago +5

    Brad I study American history and you duplicated her hair PERFECTLY!!!!!!!! Much Love

  • Heather Storms
    Heather Storms 5 days ago

    I went from watching the Emo hair styles to this video and neither let me down!

  • pyo some more
    pyo some more 5 days ago

    Blackpink DDU DU DDU DU

  • George Washington
    George Washington 5 days ago

    17:03 😭😭😭😭☠️☠️😭

  • Horchata Princess
    Horchata Princess 5 days ago

    omg you are hilarious. love your content

  • Sarah Eaton
    Sarah Eaton 5 days ago +1

    Brad.. Honey I love you but 5 ads in one video!! Damn I know they pay you but sheesh

  • Nayeli Cruz
    Nayeli Cruz 5 days ago

    omgggg that was DU DDU DU DDU by BP omgggggg