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Found at Jezebel.
The model in the middle is Susan Blakely.
Posted at 05:57 AM in Advertising from the 1970s, Before They Were Famous, Famous Models in Vintage Ads, Sears Catalog, Vintage Advertising to Women, Vintage Catalog Advertising, Vintage Fashion/Clothing/Footwear Advertising | Permalink
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Susan Blakely's wig is like Princess Leia's hair (Star Wars). Hairstyles of the 70's are truly awesome. I saw some classical plays where actresses wore the wigs with the same style as Susan Blakely's hair. Every time we have a play, some of my actresses use Estetica wigs, and some use Forever Young wigs. I let them use these because of the role that they were playing. Also, wigs and props are important to show the setting and theme of a certain story.
Earl Flournoy |
07 February 2011 at 09:06 PM
Crushables? Lol, no idea what that is, or who the woman is either. But "Crushable wigs" made me interested to look at this!
Cheap Furniture Glendale |
08 November 2011 at 07:36 PM
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