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Old 10-30-2005, 06:40 PM
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US Press compares Farah Pahalvi and Jackie Kennedy hairdos during 1962 State Visit to U.S.
http://www.iranian.com/Pictory/2005/January/ken2.html
That was the age of "Big Hair", wasn't it??
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Old 10-30-2005, 08:55 PM
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I particularly don't like large tiara's, like the one Camilla wore. She looked good and the tiara is neautiful but I found it a bit too large. Queen Silvia of Sweden carries off wearing large tiara's very well. Perhaps it is her face structure and/or the way she wears her hair.
I agree there. Queen Silvia does wonderful things with tiaras and her hair. I really think that the Swedish women do the most with their tiaras and their hair. They are very creative, especially Queen Silvia.
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Old 11-04-2005, 05:10 AM
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The earrings are in white gold and set set with diamonds and pear shaped South Sea pearls.
I think its round shape of south sea pearls but the hooks make its look pear shape http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...8&d=1109853512
Does someone have picture of it without wattermark?
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Old 11-04-2005, 01:09 PM
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Queen Sonja at Martha-Louise wedding


Princess Martha-Louise in her wedding day
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Old 11-05-2005, 12:09 AM
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Wow! Look at the size of the stone in the first picture! lol
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Old 11-05-2005, 07:36 PM
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didn't see this one above... and it's one of her old style on hairdos, which is a bit hard to find online




sorry for the crappy quality though, but the paper I scanned it from is over 10 years old..so it's a bit hard to get great quality
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Old 11-06-2005, 04:32 PM
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Here i leave some photos of princess wearing their tiaras..i hope you enjoy it...kisses..:)
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some others..jaja
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Old 11-06-2005, 04:40 PM
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have in mind this thread is about the hair and tiaras
how it looks in the back should they wear more extentions and so on

a great photo for this threadd is the one of countess sophie becouse we can see her wearing the tiara with her hair up even when she has kind of short hair


i would love to see her with extentions
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some more..
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Old 11-06-2005, 04:52 PM
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and at last...jaja...i hope you like them...kisses
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:35 PM
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i know this is a thread bout the hair & the tiaras..but just gotta comment on these two tiaras alone

i always thought this was THE ugliest tiara of all the tiaras the swedish roayls wear... (knappdiademet..whatever that is in english..)
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...8&d=1131309125

that was until i saw this awful thing..i got nooo idea what its called in english but its "ståldiademet" in swedish...
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...5&d=1131310040


oh..n well..neither of the hairdos are...good...in my opinion...esp not the one with knappdiademet
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Tiara's are like hats, they need to suit the shape of one's head and face. Very important in wearing a tiara is having a really experienced hairdresser! Princesses Mathilde and Claire of Belgium always have a hairdo that suits the size of their tiaras. Also, tiara's are very often inherited or passed from one royal to another. Most of them (the tiara's) are re-sized to fit the wearer and the fashion of the moment. Proof of this is the (in)famous Dehli Durbar tiara worn by the Duchess of Cornwall. On Queen Mary (the original owner) it looked great for its time and was shaped like a (closed?) crown -- on top of Queen Mary's sheep-like curls it looked right in proportion for its era. It has been remodelled to a more "tiara" like shape -- for which shape it is far too high. On Camilla's hair it looked like a beauty queen's Swarowsky extravaganza. It is probably worth a queen's ransom, but that doesn't make it beautiful.
Queen Elisabeth II is another one guilty of the "wrong hair/wrong tiara" sin. Wearing eye-spectacles doesn't help the look either.

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Old 11-07-2005, 05:10 PM
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i think one of the princesses that need more help with her hair when using a tiara is princess maxima
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I noticed many of these ladies have thick hair, which is perfect to style for a tiara to help weigh it down properly.

Laurentien, Victoria of Sweden and a few others have thinner hair so it must take some work to get the tiara to look right on them.

I wish someone would tell Sophie to take her wedding tiara and have it re-mounted so the metal part it sits on is not so prominent.

I know......but it looks tacky when you can see the base of the tiara so blatantly displayed.
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:40 PM
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i agree that it is tacky. but when diamonds perch above it i wouldn't mind it being there
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Swedishme, I must agree with you on the first tiara. It looks as though some existing brooches or dress ornaments, or parts of a stomacher type of thing were soldered onto a metal hairband and voila! They called it good. Not much design effort went into that one and it is not very flattering.
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At the time of her death, some magazines published a very nice picture of Queen Elisabeth the Queen Mother, wearing a fabulous tiara (the "oriental tiara""?). She looked superb and regal but it was also very apparent that age (90+) had taken a toll on her hair. She had almost no hair left in front. The tiara still looked good on her because the proportions tiara+face were right (and she smiled so sweetly!)

http://www.royal-magazin.de/qmum.htm This is not the photo I saw first, but it shows what I mean.
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Just a thought... I saw this picture of Amanda Peet at a premeir and she was wearing a thin head band made out of diamonds it looked really good on her brown hair. I can't find the picture online but I saw it in a magazine. I think that would be a cool take on a tiara, just a thing diamond head band. Rania would wear it well so would Mette-Marit. If anybody could find the pic it would be appreciated, I've looked everywhere for it. :) What do you think?
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is there any of the older royal aldies that have long hair and wear tiaras in different hair settings i was thinking of the ladies over 75
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