Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, who captured the Queen's image through the years. I've always loved the Neoclassic/Rococo style of painting (along with history of costume, but that's another story), and I have derived my own painting style from that and the classic styles Neoclassicism is based on. Namely the long neck and long fingers reminiscent of the classic painter, Parmigianino.
So enough with the art history lesson, the reason why I brought this up is a dressed as Marie a few years ago... man like 5 years ago? And I wanted to share with you my look.
The dress my mom made for the US Bicentennial in 1976 and if you want to split hairs I know it's US Colonial and not French... but hey I had it! :)
See my hair? That's all my own. No wig here. So here's the question, do you want to know how to fashion your hair like Dauphine? Do you do you? It's quite easy, sturdy, and fun!
Well I will give a tutorial if you guys want!