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This is a segment from a longer article by a 50's hairstylist who was all the rage back then. In the article he examined the coifs of nine dominate movie queens and explains that the reader will be able to similarly style her tresses using simply the tools posted above. We have provided the Monroe style; he cautioned that you not lose your patience and continue trying if the first attempt fails to deliver the desired look - just persevere; the provided "road map" will render the look of La Monroe.

- two books on
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- from Amazon:


Notes on Her Hair (Pageant Magazine, 1955)

Notes on Her Hair (Pageant Magazine, 1955)

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