My version: Not here yet!

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Analysis (whoo, scientific): Aside from the rather impossible hairline, this style isn't that complicated. The front is in a v-shaped pompadour, somewhat Victorian in style. The back section is swept up and braided/twisted, where it is coiled into a knot on top of the head. Sometimes a white ribbon/scarf is braided throughout, as seen in pictures 3 and 4.

Directions: The best way to get that weird widow's peak is to cover a piece of wire with cloth. Separate a section of hair from the front, starting roughly in line with the ears. Flip this section forward over your head, putting the rest of the hair aside out of the way. Wrap the front section around the cloth-covered wire until you have wound it up several inches from your head. Bring the hair back over the right way, leaving it loose enough to form the poof. Pinch the wire in the middle of your forehead so that it makes the widow's peak. Pin everything securely. Loosely braid the remainder of the hair (with a scarf through it if you want) and bring the braid up to the top of the head, covering the wire and any other messy parts. Coil the end of the braid around into a bun on the top of the head and pin everything very well. That's it!