BibliOdyssey has up a boggling array of satirical giant hair illustrations from the 1770s. Apparently, there was a reactionary wave of mockery in English and French presses to the ever-growing size of women’s hair styles at the time:
These are so otherworldly. I feel like there’s a “Hair-onymus Bosch” joke in here someplace.
This illustration presents the typical man and typical woman of the time spliced together to accentuate the ridiculousness of women’s fashion:
Head on over to BibliOdyssey for more images and source list.