VICTORIAN HAIR RESTORERS
Victorian Advertising
By
Jennifer Carnell

Grey Hair Restored to its Natural Colour
Baldness Prevented
A brush by F.M. Herring.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

'Beautiful hair produced and preserved, colour restored...'
Child's Patent Galvanic Hair and Flesh Brushes.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

Alex. Ross's Cantharides Oil
'which produces Whiskers, stops the hair from falling, and covers bald places'
Alexander Ross.
A magazine advert published in 1863.

Mrs. S.A. Allen's Hair Restorer.
An advert from 1876.

Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer
Restores the colour to grey hair.
An advert from c.1884.

Lineham's Hair-dressing Balsam
Baldness prevented. Premature Grey Hair Regenerator.
An advert from about 1884.

Edwards' Harlene for the Hair.
World Renowned Hair Producer and Restorer, 'Prevents the hair falling off and turning grey'.
An advert from 1894.

William Lasson's Hair Restorer
'Second to none for restoring and beautifying hair, whiskers, moustaches and for strengthening weak eyebrows.'
An advert from 1895.

Waite's Walnut Pomade
'A triumph as a hair darkener. Not a dye. Marvellous hair restorer, strengthens and invigorates weak hair (...) imparting to grey hair its former youthful colour.'
An advert from 1895.

Mrs. S.A. Allen's Hair Restorer
'It quickly changes gray or white hair to its natural colour.'
An advert from 1899.

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