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The irony is that in the 18th and 19th centuries a lot of noble men and men of means wore powdered wigs that were often known as Peruke. This was a type of formal wear that one was expected to don for special events and court appearances. It is also the sort of thing that still shows up to this day in school plays that feature the Founding Fathers.
One of the great things about this Peruke wig is that it looks like the classic gray powdered wig that the founding fathers would wear. Except it isn’t made from real hair and it isn’t dusted with messy powder. It is one-size-fits-most child actors head sizes.