By 1668, the term had shifted to chamorro, because Chamorro men often wore a topknot of hair on an otherwise shaved scalp.
In the later images she would have been vulnerable to the charge of excessive luxury by wearing a topknot - the cause of some considerable ballad debate over sartorial morality in the 1690s.
She dressed for comfort, usually in slacks and sweater, with her red hair caught up in a topknot .
Sword-bearing was restricted to the army, and the characteristic topknot hairstyle forbidden.
Crimping of the bangs will add texture and fullness to the front of your face while crimping of a topknot or ponytail will add height.
Cassandra started wearing her brown hair in a topknot ponytail as it grew to her lower back.
Unlike most samurai, he did not wear a topknot , but instead kept his hair long and flowing, tied back in a horse's tail at the nape of his neck.
Only one other child - a weeping boy - looked up as her face, framed by long dark hair piled in a topknot , appeared at the window.
His hair is oiled and groomed into a beehive topknot ; his high, unfurrowed forehead is punctuated with a round caste mark.
The hairstyle for men in Okinawa (as well as Japan) prior to the modern era was to tie long hair in a knot on top of the head and secure it with a single hairpin, as shown here, or with two hairpins pushed through the topknot from different angles.