• 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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  • Brad Mondo
    Brad Mondo  5 months ago +5523

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

    • Reyna Palomino
      Reyna Palomino Day ago

      Brad Mondo HI BLINK LMAOO

    • SPDworks
      SPDworks 11 days ago

      I 💜blackpink 🤗

    • someasiankid
      someasiankid 14 days ago

      ddu du ddu du

    • A BC
      A BC 16 days ago

      It was even easier to recognize considering I learned that dance haha 💜

    • MsAponte69
      MsAponte69 22 days ago

      Dang, I love it. You can get it. LOL

  • Sommertochter
    Sommertochter 3 hours ago

    If Blackpink saw this, you would have definitly been hired to be their backgrounddancer but stealing the spotlight dancer😂

  • Craigy2818
    Craigy2818 16 hours ago

    Honestly, this should have just said "Give us Adele's original hairstyle"

  • The Peculiar Curio
    The Peculiar Curio 2 days ago

    Whoa, as someone who isnt really a hairstylist but does a hell of alot of theatre so can do more historical styles. You NAILED this! Its absolutely stunning! Very well done! X

  • Angylica Larson
    Angylica Larson 2 days ago


  • Megan Hacker
    Megan Hacker 2 days ago

    I'm so confused how dry shampoo is meant to be highly flammable and so is tissue paper buy you can use flat irons on it. Is that safe?

  • Haz Millanar
    Haz Millanar 2 days ago


  • Candidly Clayton
    Candidly Clayton 2 days ago

    20:30 Ohhhh so the parietal ridge????

  • Makenna Percy
    Makenna Percy 2 days ago

    Brad (talking to a manikin): Who am I?
    Me: uhhhhhh

  • Elle-Iza Logan
    Elle-Iza Logan 2 days ago

    Anyone who's interested in the whats and whys of the "pomade & powder" thing (or other aspects of 18 century hair care and styling): The lovely and wonderful Bernadette Banner has uploaded a video in September of this year in which the amazing ladies of American Dutchess not only explain but also demonstrate, how and why this procedure was used.
    Just to summarize it in a sentence or two: The pomade was a mixture of pig lard and mutton tallow, scented with (for example) clove and citrus oil, and the powder wheat starch. By mixing those in your hair the pomade reacts with the starch and makes it expand, and creates volume and a very sculptable consistency and texture.

  • Jill St. Clair
    Jill St. Clair 4 days ago

    I love your shirt :’)

  • fatalrob0t
    fatalrob0t 4 days ago

    Rice powder. Talcum powder. Literally any other powder than just wheat flour. Second, use old fashioned pomatums. Shit made from animal fat with nice scents added in. It's better for the hair.

  • fatalrob0t
    fatalrob0t 4 days ago

    I would look up lbcc historical cosmetics and apothecary. She's got a youtube channel and gives dome information about 18th century fashion, makeup, and hair.

  • stinasativa
    stinasativa 4 days ago

    Omg that intro 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Zoinks
    Zoinks 4 days ago

    I swear Brad stole that outfit from a museum

    SUGAKOOKVI 4 days ago

    they used to write s like the letter f

  • Ãïmęę Pigglesworth

    she blinked 10:33

  • Yung Moist
    Yung Moist 6 days ago


  • Gracie Ayers
    Gracie Ayers 6 days ago

    Check out american dutchess. Your mind will be blown

  • ツPotato
    ツPotato 7 days ago

    He was dancing Du-ddu Du-ddu at the begining right?

  • AnnieOleGirl84
    AnnieOleGirl84 8 days ago

    You’re so cute, loveeeeee❤️ that Cobain shirt and glittery sleeves. I watch all your videos, I went to cosmetology school and think your a great instructor for everyone to watch. Changing lives one video at a time! Killing it boo ❤️

  • Tammie Trim
    Tammie Trim 8 days ago

    that is great..

  • Caitlin Boycher
    Caitlin Boycher 8 days ago

    As someone who is trained to read this it’s hilarious and frustrating at the same time to watch someone try to read. You almost need to read this from a distance where you can barely read it to get it because of the letter substitutions 😁

  • Angelfox Studio
    Angelfox Studio 8 days ago

    We never got to see your reaction to how her video went

  • Angelfox Studio
    Angelfox Studio 8 days ago

    It’s called old English.

  • Mriam Jara
    Mriam Jara 8 days ago


  • Fairymoon71
    Fairymoon71 9 days ago

    Now we know why Marie Antoinette wore wigs. 🤣🤣🤣

  • Fairymoon71
    Fairymoon71 9 days ago

    Love to see you do a beehive. Lol.

  • Fairymoon71
    Fairymoon71 9 days ago

    Wonder how many women lost hair... since their flat iron and curling iron got hot by fire. Lol

  • Brittany Jones
    Brittany Jones 9 days ago

    well i like u alittle more bc of that t shirt.. but oh my do i hope u really know who nirvana is.. i dont think u would be the type to wear band t not knowing who the fuck the band is..lmfao..
    kurt was a beautiful grungy artsy magic amazing mess......lovvvvve!

  • Elephant in the room

    Petition for Karolina Zebrowska to react to this

  • AdoraBell
    AdoraBell 10 days ago

    Poor Brad, not realizing that they used cushions to create volume.

  • Jamie Wilson
    Jamie Wilson 10 days ago

    I love that you called it a tutorial lol

  • Fabulous Lumberjack
    Fabulous Lumberjack 11 days ago

    That mannequin looks like Reese Witherspoon lol

  • Maryann Villarreal
    Maryann Villarreal 11 days ago +1

    "I'm such an 18th century hairdresser! Come at me b---h!"
    Loved that!😂

  • SPDworks
    SPDworks 11 days ago +1

    First off, all those curly looking F's are actually S's in the 18th century. Secondly, they really did talk like that (or write like that, at least,) because you have to consider, they didn't have the internet. They didn't need to have the attention span we now have of a fruit fly lol to absorb our information from all of its digital sources. Thirdly, very few people outside of the aristocracy even knew how to read, so this would have been something written for a select few people that did hair for a select few people (such as those that could read, but could also afford to have someone do their hair. Furthermore, I do believe, in most cases, since back then they didn't believe in taking baths, (because water was evil, if you tried to get into it, or under it or something like that,) the hair was actually made into a wig, and people wore the wigs. And the reason for all the powder was because if their hair had actually been on their own heads, it would have gotten super super greasy because they didn't wash it very often. So to make the wigs look like real hair attached to a human head, they'd powder them too. At least was the case in 18th century Europe. And I'd wonder if this book wasn't actually written for people who did wigs instead of actual hair on the actual client's actual head. But this was interesting to watch 😊

  • Jade Hallick
    Jade Hallick 12 days ago

    wtf was that intro!!? it was everything biiich 😍😍😍

  • Jen Newsome
    Jen Newsome 13 days ago

    Pretty sure since he says plait it was supposed to be a braid in the back... Sick work though because I didn't understand anything else in the entire paper 😂

  • Winter Bleu
    Winter Bleu 13 days ago

    Me at 18:47 when I accidentally touch old wet food in kitchen sink.

  • Abi Sweigart
    Abi Sweigart 14 days ago

    Lol!!! As an 18th Century reenactor, this was amazing to watch!! The "f" was actually an "s". It was a printing reason, just like in cities with alphabetical streets, there is no "I" bc it looked too much like "J".... Regarding the style, not bad! You should be proud!

  • Bookworm
    Bookworm 14 days ago

    Hello! Cool video! If you're interested, I think this video has better explanations of how to wrap the hair and properly secure it in the papers. ruclip.com/video/lP9PJsY5__4/video.html

  • pam jacomb
    pam jacomb 14 days ago

    Nailed it

  • Somebody actually
    Somebody actually 14 days ago

    Okay look, the manikin (maniquinn?) look like a mixture or Anna Kendrick and Blake lively. There’s one other person whose name I genuinely can’t think of there name or anything else.

  • red vixen
    red vixen 14 days ago +1

    Your mannequin has this "wth did I get myself into" look on its face 🤣

  • Bethany Wallander
    Bethany Wallander 15 days ago

    This was....i can't even explain how much i loved this.

  • Georgia Mackinlay
    Georgia Mackinlay 15 days ago

    Ah ye olde English :)

  • dryunicorn 101
    dryunicorn 101 15 days ago +2

    She looks like winifred saunderson in hocus pocus

  • Slightly Toxic Potato
    Slightly Toxic Potato 16 days ago

    10:39 the mannequin blinked😬

  • Djamila Emrovic
    Djamila Emrovic 17 days ago +3

    Thinks that in the 18th century they didn’t have bobby pins

    Also Brad:
    Uses a flat Iron

  • Julia Schaffer
    Julia Schaffer 20 days ago +1

    Hon a lot of those hair styles were elaborate wigs 😁

  • KA Suv
    KA Suv 20 days ago

    Dry shampoo is my life now . My hair gets oily after one day.

  • KA Suv
    KA Suv 20 days ago

    That mannequin looks terrified 😂🤣

  • Grainger Russell
    Grainger Russell 22 days ago


  • Loretta Duncan
    Loretta Duncan 24 days ago

    Mondo...(Love you awful!) I think when you look at the printed tutorial, it is fair to say that the printing press used to publish this gem lacked the "s" and substituted "f's" in it's place. The reading of it makes more sense (or easier anyway). Just an observation, I have really no idea of the manner of speech the time period hath writ. LOL A lot!

  • Alli Mad
    Alli Mad 24 days ago +1

    Image going to school with that hair

  • Sofia Martz
    Sofia Martz 24 days ago

    Anyone else making homemade scrunchies while watching this video… No? Just me OK…

  • ashleyy olive
    ashleyy olive 25 days ago

    i laughed sooooo hard at this video!!

  • Pepper Kitty
    Pepper Kitty 26 days ago

    that long(ish) sleeve shirt, he's wearing under his tee, is... amazing. like, i really want it. but it also looks scratchy? i guess it depends on the fabric. but im *living* for it.

  • Alesse 12345
    Alesse 12345 27 days ago

    petition to get Brad a girl with long blonde hair to be his real life, fearless, 0-fricks given mannequin... hai. its me, ruin my hair please =)

  • Jkookie4ever
    Jkookie4ever 27 days ago

    When you realize that we’ve butchered the English language