Quiet Touch by Clairol 1975
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Quiet Touch Hairpainting by Clairol (November 1975). This seemed like a wise choice after my debacle with Sun In! Of course, I had to let my brunette-turned-orange hair grow out and get cut off first.
Quiet Touch by Clairol 1975. I used this in the 8th grade and I looked like I had zebra hair when I was done!
Used to love this stuff, my mom would "paint" my hair. Worked pretty well as I remember.
1970s Clairol Highlighting kit. Didn't work well on red hair...
Quiet Touch Hair painting- the beginning of home hi-lighting
1970's: highlighting hair became ver popular during the 70's
1975 Clairol advert for Quiet Touch - hot rollered hair
1970s, Quiet Touch Hair painting
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The meaning behind the tagline was immediately understood by women, but not by men, who applied sexual connotations to the titillating phrase. So as not to alienate an important segment of their customer base -- hair salons -- the Miss Clairol ads began including the sub-head, “Hair color so natural only her hairdresser knows for sure!” -hubspot
In 1957, this ad was a precursor of its own kind. Time magazine wrote in a 1967 article, "The question, as every reader of advertisements knows, refers to artificial hair color—and the odds on an affirmative answer have dropped from 15 to 1 to 2 to 1 since Miss Clairol first asked it 11 years ago. #Advertising #Agency #Vintageads
 Clairol "Does she... or doesn't she?" (since 1957) [Advertising Agency: Foote, Cone & Belding]
Clairol: "Does she... or doesn't she?", 1957. Time magazine wrote in a 1967 article, "The questino, as every reader of advertisements knows, refers to artificial hair colour - and the odds on an affirmative answer have dropped from 15 to 1 to 2 to 1 since Miss Clairol first asked it 11 years ago." The author of the article continued to go on about how the dyes sales have risen by more than $100 million a year. It's clear that this campaign was quite successful!
Does She Or Doesn't She? CLAIROL 1957 only her hairdresser knows for sure...
#clairol Does she... Doesn´t she? #Advertising #bestslogan #Campaign
What Would a 'Mad Men' Era Ad Campaign Look Like Today?
Miss Clairol Vintage Ad
Vintage red hair color!
Benders by Clairol
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i was obsessed with any and all types of hair accutremont from an early age. I think I was probably 11 and i can recall watching reruns of Three's Company at 6 & 630 and playing with my hair, curling it to look like Chrissy's to decide how I wanted it for school the next day
I actually saw someone with these in their hair today...LOL Benders...you know you rocked the bender curls, too ;)
Yeah, I had these. loved them. I used to curl my hair constantly. And the perms too. Emma's mom used to perm half the school's hair. Lol.
These were fabulous for my BIG 80's hair.... what were we thinking? (got to admit, I kind of miss curling and just letting it go -- after tons of hair spray that is)
Totally had these. They made my hair curl up all funky, but I still used the heck out of them.
1980s Makeup and Beauty. And they're comfortable to sleep in! LIES! ALL LIES!
Clairol 'Benders' curlers. These curled my hair so good!! like too good lol
Benders.Oh my another blast from the past!
It's a curvy trip down memory lane
Here's the vintage 1972 Clairol Long & Silky ad.
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Clairol Long and Silky conditioner - used to insist my mom buy this for me!
Clairol Long & Silky conditioner...I can still "smell it" : )
Clairol Long and Silky conditioner...who remembers?
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Clairol Long & Silky - Loved this!
Clairol Long and Silky conditioner
I still remember the smell of this stuff
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Johnson's No More Tangles...my mother had to use a ton of this product in my hair! I've always had very thick tresses.
1970s Johnson's No More Tangles. Mom went through many a bottle of this with my naturally curly hair
Johnson's No More Tangles... My mom used to chase me around with a comb and a bottle of this---I hated getting my hair combed out!
Johnson's No More Tangles. My mom had to put this on my sister and I since we had a lot of curly hair!
No More Tangles. My mother rarely bought this to use on my hair, but when she did, my rat's nest actually looked tamed.
Johnson's No More Tangles. My mom should have bought stock in this. De tangling my hair was a daily battle.
No More Tangles. I'm pretty sure this was the only way my hair could get brushed in the 80s.
1970's Johnson's No More Tangles my mom used this on me and I used it on my daughters hair!!
No More Tangles. A very strong childhood memory .... my poor hair.
Clairol Long & Silky, 1974
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Wash your hair backwards... Hmm. Who would have thought? Wash your hair with conditioner first, then shampoo. Studies show that your hair will look and feel better!
In the early 70's, there were two kinds of girls - long and silky or short and sassy. I was a short and sassy. My hair never did grow long.
Something beautiful about long hair. My sweet heart wore her hair this way until 1978. Another time and freedom issue I suppose.
Long and Silky by Clairol - the first hair conditioner I have known. In the 70s, I remember it as a fragrant light blue opaque liquid. Nice product.
1974 ad for Long & Silky hair conditioner - Found in Mom's Basement
Long and Silky Shampoo, 1970s. #longhairdontcare
Long & Silky 1970s, then came Short & Sassy! :)
1974 ad for Long & Silky hair conditioner
best long hair conditioner ever!
1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars. My grandparents had these. They tasted good as a snack.
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1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars Box Front by gregg_koenig, via Flickr TOTALLY FORGOT ABOUT THESE FIGURINES BARS!! THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO BE 'DIET' LOL
1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars Box Front by gregg_koenig, via Flickr. Who remembers these?
1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars ....my Mom had these and I always thought they were awesome!! Proves I would have eaten anything as a kid!
Back of pills bury boxes | 1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars Box Front - a photo on ...
https://flic.kr/p/6qB4PT | 1979 Pillsbury Strawberry Figurines Yogurt Bars Box Front
Figurines snack 1970s - These were GOOD ! !
Blast from the Past!
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Dippity-do #luxury house design #interior decorating #modern house design #home design #modern home design
Dippity-do Has Its Own Bag, 1969 by MewDeep, via Flickr - I went through dozens of jars!!
Dippity-do Has Its Own Bag, 1969 by MewDeep, via Flickr. I loved this stuff!
Early age of modern hair "product" - Dippity-do Has Its Own Bag, 1969
Dippity-do 1969; the mother of all hair gels; stronger than glue!!
Dippity-do Has Its Own Bag, 1969 by MewDeep, gel it up.lol
Dippity-do Has Its Own Bag, 1969
"You've got me corralled, Handsome". Cowboy and cowgirl, 1948 Barbasol ad
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"You've got me corralled, Handsome". Cowboy and cowgirl, 1948 Barbasol #Graphic Design| http://graphic-design-collections-93.blogspot.com
You've got me corralled! #ad #vintage #Western #cowgirl #fashion #1940s
'You've got me corralled, handsome..." ~ Vintage Barbasol ad.
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You've got me corralled! 1940's Western Barbasol ad
You've got me corralled! vintage ad - 1940s
Cowgirl pinup ad
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Tab. First diet cola I can remember.
This reminds me of my grandmother!
Tab .. I remember!
wooden thread spools
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wooden thread spools. Mom had some of these and a full pin cushion the size of my foot. I think I put a bruise on Mom's arm when Dad pulled it out of my foot.
wooden thread spools - During the Great Depression my grandpa carved an entire chess set out of wooden spools.
Wooden thread spools -- My dad showed me how to use a rubber band and a carved down popsicle stick to make a tractor with one of these wooden spools.
wooden thread spools. Mom K had many spools threaded on ribbon.Love it!
wooden thread spools I remember these on my mother's sewing machine
Wooden thread spools- I loved playing with my mom's wooden spools.
vintage wooden thread spools
vintage wooden bobbins
Dusting powder w/a beautiful puff!
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bath powder puffs . .Yes . .had forgotten about these! They are my favorite wish I could find some!
Bath powder puffs - Every drug store sold these. I think they were always a popular gift for moms.
Old fashioned powder puffs Ahhh so my mom on hot summer nights after her bath......
Bath powder puffs. Standard Christmas present from my Grandmother.
bath powder puffs . .Yes . .had forgotten about these!
bath powder puffs / G liked powder w/ a pink puff. :)
Mom had one on her dresser
1970s Lysol can
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1970s Lysol can. My mother ALWAYS used this when someone was sick in our house and GOD!, I hated that smell!!!!!
1970s Lysol #home interior design 2012 #modern house design #modern interior design #interior design| http://graphic-design-collections-johnson.blogspot.com
1970s era Lysol can ... my Mom sprayed the house down with this stuff once per week. Seems like it was always Saturday because that was usually "cleaning day".
1970s era Lysol can - my Mom sprayed the house down with this stuff at least once per week. usually "cleaning day" - LOL
1970s Lysol #modern house design #interior decorating #home design ideas #luxury house design #home interior design 2012| http://graphic-design-collections-johnson.blogspot.com
1970s Lysol can..I have friends who still remember my house smelling like this back in the day
1970s Lysol can - freaky thing is my mother was still using this can until a few years ago!
1970s era Lysol can - my Mom sprayed the house down with this stuff
Mom always collected these, and the blue chip ones. I think that's how they got most of their camping gear.
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Green Stamps you earned them from your grocery store....my Mom used to collect them and cash them in for merchandise after she accumulated so many. I remember her having a paper grocery bag full and books in it as well that were already filled up. Back then it was really something
Memory lane: I should be green, I've licked literally THOUSANDS of S&H Green Stamps in my day! It's how I was able to afford holiday presents for others, how I built up my Hope Chest, and it kept me off the streets (ha)! There's a HILARIOUS story in my family about my Mom & these stamps. I almost pee laughing every time I think about it!!!!
S & H green stamps -- we'd collect these, past them in books, and go to the trading center to get our gifts. I remember my mom got a hand mixer once with these.
Mom saved Green Stamps. You got them at the grocery store. You save them in a book. When you saved enough you could redeem them at the Green Stamp Store for merchandise. Mom would have to tell what she got for her Green Stamps. I don't remember. I remember doing this
Green stamps. My mom collected these all of the time. I remember her putting them in a book too! ~Linda
Mom got a lot of 'stuff' with green stamps! I remember helping her put them in the books and going to the distribution center to pick up what she had decided we needed.
S H green stamps. I remember Mother collecting these and then we'd put them in the books.
Green Stamps.... My mom bought me my first big girl bike with S&H greenstamps!
Green Stamps = Childhood memories
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Miss Clairol...it was no secret that my mother "did" since when she "didn't," her hair was white. At age 30.
Ponytail holders. I had these, they worked great.
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Ponytail holders. I didn't have much hair and I can remember my mom pulling it as tight as she could so I could have pony tails!
Blast from the past, ponytail holders!! I had TONS of these, I remember most of them being marbled though
Aww childhood memories, ponytail holders. All I need now is a bottle of "no more tangles" By Johnson and Johnson
Ponytail holders. What I really remember is my Mom tormenting me while putting these darn things in my hair!! Ouch!!!!!
Ponytail holders. I remember my mom accidentally snapping her braces while trying to get these in my hair! ;)
Ponytail holders. Cept my hair was sooo thick, I had to use the BIG pony tail balls!
Ponytail holders. LOL Remember hair yarn so gonna find a pic and post it!
Ponytail holders. I remember these things pulling the my hair out!!
Ponytail holders, memory lane
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From Mademoiselle, March 1973...Marsha...you do realize your mother is weird. Putting the image of a car hitting you in your brain...to make you wear pretty panties.
Vintage Ads, underwear, My mother always told me to wear pretty panties,in case I got hit by a car. Eiderlon, Underneath it all you're really a beautiful person, No Grandma grandmother said wear CLEAN UNDERWEAR in case your in an ACCIDENT< WTF?
1973 I remember and love this add, because one of my secret dreams growing up was to race cars, but girls weren't supposed to do boy things like that. Yeah, right! I also would buy these undies at TG&Y.
mademoiselle March 73. Hmmm my mom just told me to wear clean underwear. This is a seriously messed up ad. Yes, clean underwear in case you got in an accident.
Vintage Ad. I think every girl's mother told her that! Good thing I don't wear any! Haha!
My Mother Always Told Me To Wear Pretty Panties In Case I Got Hit By A Car.
Vintage advertising. That's still good advice, though..
mademoiselle March 73... good advice
1979 Five Alive- my kids loved it in the '90's
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1979 Five Alive- I used to love this stuff! In the 80s of course....I don't remember it being frozen, though. My mom always had a jug of it in the refrigerator. We loved it as kids....
1979 Five Alive! Didn't care for it but the comercial was good .lol
1979 Five Alive - I used to love this stuff! In the 80s of course
1979 Five Alive- I thought this was orange juice
1979 Five Alive ad - I used to love this stuff!
Five Alive - 1979 by Waffle Whiffer, via Flickr
1979 Five Alive #80s #1980s #stayinalivenovi
1979 Five Alive. BEST. ORANGE JUICE. EVER.
Old sign ......I sure remember these.
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I loved going to the redemption center with my mom and trying to convince her to buy me things with her books of stamps. We also had Gold Bell Gift Stamps at our local stores. Do you remember the green stamps we also called them eagle stamps
I remember my mom having an envelope in her purse with all her green stamps. Then every so often she would count them and we would go to the S & H Green Stamp store and she would get to pick out something. Sweet memories spending time with my mamma. (SMiller)
Old sign ......I sure remember these. My mother had a 10 speed bike which she got with green stamps & where I live now, one of the grocery stores still had green stamps up until 2004.
I remember the joy I got from licking the stamps, putting them in the book, and then going to redeem them for goodies.
Remember Bohack's grocery? with the coffee bean grinders at all the checkouts? Smelled like heaven. I used to put these stamps in the books for my mom.
On The Sixth Day of Christmas at . . . "34 Days of Christmas" at the Cafe . . . "I never really understood the word "redeemed" as a youngster, but I quickly learned the value of a "redemption book" full of S Green Stamps. Can you imagine my confusion when I heard the term "Redeemer" used to describe Jesus in church? . . . . " TO READ MORE: http://www.lifelettercafe.com/34days-articles/nov27.htm
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S&H Green Stamps (1896-1981) S&H Green Stamps (also called Green Shield Stamps) were a form of trading stamps popular in the United States between the 1930s and late 1980s. They formed a rewards program operated by the Sperry and Hutchinson company (S&H), founded in 1896 by Thomas Sperry and Shelly Hutchinson. During the 1960s, the rewards catalog printed by the company was the largest publication in the United States and the company issued three times as many stamps as the U.S. Postal Service. Customers would receive stamps at the checkout counter of supermarkets, department stores, and gas stations among other retailers, which could be redeemed for products in the catalog. S&H Green Stamps had a number of competitors, including Triple S Stamps (offered by Grand Union Supermarkets), Blue Chip Stamps, and Plaid Stamps (a project of A&P Supermarkets). Source: Wikipedia 20090925_0063a1_600x800
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