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Wow, where did you get this, Paula? That's really old! I never knew that wearing wigs was also a trend back in the 60's. I wonder if they had human hair wigs back then. Looking at that catalog makes me chuckle a bit because it reflects so much of what has changed through the years. Apparently, short and curly hair was the fashionable hairstyle then, and long and wavy hair is the in thing today.
Earl Flournoy |
09 February 2011 at 01:31 AM
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