||What is a snood, anyway?
snood, also known as a caul, is a beautiful
headpiece which permits the hair to be displayed
in a rich setting of colors, beads, or faux
jewels; it might be considered a decorative
hybrid between a hat and a hairnet. If the snood
is constructed properly almost anyone can wear
one; most snoods are one-size-fits-all. They were
worn from the Middle Ages all the way into the
Century, and in some areas seem to be making a
fashion comeback today.
and girls with shorter hair will find a snood
gives the illusion of longer hair --the natural
spherical shape adds fullness and body. In some
eras the back of the snood would be stuffed with
artificial hair or other material, giving the
illusion of even fuller hair.
ladies will find they add comfort as well as
beauty, getting the hair off the neck--especially
beneficial in hot weather. Lady MacSnood has waist length hair
of average thickness which will fit in a standard
snood quite nicely. She does offer extra long
snoods for ladies with longer or thicker hair.
are great for bad hair days. You just tuck it in and go. No muss, no
fuss and it looks great! They are great for keeping the hair out of the
way while working and are a wonderful accessory if you are riding on a
motorcyle or in a convertible vehicle since they will help keep your
hair in place despite the high wind.
Covers and hair sticks are also available for a
different look. The hair sticks work well with a
bun cover or without. You might need to add a few
hair pins as well to your bun cover depending on
the size of the bun and your hair type.
-s [fr. (assumed) ME, fr. OE snod; akin to
Old Gutnish snoth cord, OIr snath
thread, OE noedl needle - more at NEEDLE] 1 a
Scot: a fillet or band for the hair of a
woman b : a net or fabric bag for
confining a woman's hair pinned or tied at the
back of the head and sometimes attached to the
back edge of a hat.
snood (snood), n.
(.<.AS. snod), a netlike bag worn at
the back of a woman's head to hold the hair.
snood (snood) n.
1. A small netlike cap worn by women to
keep the hair in place. 2. A headband or
filet. -tr. v.
Amara who is a dancer sent me this
beautiful picture of her wearing one of my Net snoods.
Now offering Renaissance
Style Hats and Clothing through my Website!
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description and order pages for each.