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Pink sponge hair rollers, I remember sleeping on these Saturday nights so my hair would be curly on Sunday. So uncomfortable!
Every saturday night my mom would roll our hair in this adorable pink spong curler. Getting ready for church the next day. Such sweet memories of our locks : )
I still remember feeling so pretty having curly hair. Sometimes I still want to sleep with foam curlers in!
Pink Sponge Hair Rollers. You can get these at Sally Beauty Supply. You get 12 in a pack for a little under $3. We also have the black foam rollers and now we have some that are wrapped in satin.
Every Saturday night. Great childhood memories ;)
Pink Sponge Rollers. I have naturally curly hair. So why my mom put these in my hair EVERY Saturday night I have no idea.
My Mom, Grandma and Aunts sat under one of these with curlers in their hair when I was little. I always loved watching them fix their hair.
totally hair barbie..I loved braiding her hair. then, when I just about grew out of barbies, I cut it all off!
Still have some :) Jr High...baby doll skirts, backpack purses and top it off with plastic barrettes for ultra coolness.
oh the memories... roller skating on wooden floors...attempting the shoot the duck move and failing miserably while my classmates looped me over and over......
This is the only kind of pony tail holder my mom could use in our hair. We had tons of different colors and then she tied a yarn ribbon around each tail! Our yarn came from Pinkie's Ben Franklin in Ranchmart!
Mom went through a LOT of this, untangling my hair sunday nights after a bath, while watching Ed Sullivan!
My Mom Dippity-do'd my hair before putting in the hot rollers & ratting it into a bubble when I was a kid.
Yet another hold-over from the Inquisition!!! Every man should have been forced to sleep on these puppies as least once in their lives to understand our struggles!!
Yes I used these to basically make my hair look like I had stuck my finder in an electrical socket!
1950-60s nightly torment used to see people at the store with a scarf over these. Guess they didn't like sleeping on them.
Anyone remember when you had to use your own shoes and strap and clamp them in and the noise the metal wheels made?
Good times every Saturday Morning at the Roller Rink. Of course, with pom poms on my skates!!