These are the hair rollers I had when I was a child. So hard to sleep in!
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Every Saturday night, it was pink rollers, The Muppet Show and homemade pizza! Those rollers were so hard to sleep in!
Saturday night bath and having your hair rolled up for church the next day while watching the Love Boat and Fantasy Island. Ah! the 70's.
Pink sponge hair rollers, I remember sleeping on these Saturday nights so my hair would be curly on Sunday. So uncomfortable!
Ah, pink sponge rollers... these remind me of Saturday nights before church Sunday or school pictures!
Sponge rollers were the Saturday night tradition at our house. Our hair was curled after our bathes while watching Lawrence Welk.
Pink curlers!! I slept in these every Saturday night for years....and the night before it was school picture day! Haha
sponge curlers.always had these in my hair the night before school pictures.
Pink Spongies.....Lots of bad hair in the 60's!
The pink sponge roller..a must for little girls. Soft enough to sleep in on Saturday night! 80's fashion - yep, I had this too Popeye eats his spinach. "I am what I am and that's all what I am." “Honey? Oh boy, that's what Tiggers like best!” 80's toys. strawberry shortcake, my little pony, care bears.. love the rainbow!
Sleeping in Pink Sponge Rollers
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Sleeping in Pink Sponge Rollers (these were definitely more comfortable than the hard pink rollers!)
Every Saturday night my mom would set my and my sister's hair in these things so we'd have sausage curls for church on Sunday morning. >>> Sleeping in Pink Sponge Rollers
Oh yah I remember sleeping in pink sponge rollers. Every Saturday evening when I was a kid we would go to G & G's for supper and watch the Beverly Hillbillies on their black & white TV. Then the guys would watch Hockey Night in Canada while mom washed us girls hair and put in our pink sponge rollers. Fond memory.
All three of us girls got our hair rolled on Saturday night so it was pretty for church Sunday morning. These were so uncomfortable to sleep on.
I remember sleeping in these! I so hated these. Night before pictures, every time.
the last roller i ever used after using soda cans & ironing my hair in the 60's
Sponge rollers - not that much better than the vicious brush rollers.
Sleeping in Pink Sponge Rollers every saturday night
Hated sleeping in these things!!
Dippity Do and pink sponge rollers the night before church...
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My mother would dip the comb in this, run it through my hair then do a pin-curl! I had beautiful finger-curls the next morning!
Dippity-do... except for the showers of dippity do dust falling on your shoulders.. this stuff did a great job for BIG hair!
dippity-do. Yep and pin curls every Sunday night for my Afro. Thanx, Mama!
Perfect for the side poof topped with Aqua Net for that 80's big hair.
Dippity-do to help set your hair with rollers or pin curls.
Yep. I used this stuff in the 80s!
Dippity do....crusty hair!
I remember mom using this.
What we used before blow dryers...you wore a cap into which hot air was blown through a hose / had to Share
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Vintage Hair Dryer. My mom would drag our's out on Saturday night to curl and dry our hair for church on Sunday. This looks just like the one we had - flowers on the plastic cap and everything!!!
They look cool and retro now, but these bonnet hairdryers represented dated drudgery in the dawning age of the blow dryer.
Vintage hair dryer. I remember my mom having one just like this. To be honest I think these worked better than having to hold a blow dryer.
Vintage Hair Dryer My Mom had one, and there was even a place to dry your nails. OOOOH LA LA!!
Vintage Hair Dryer - This always had a Saturday night date with my Mom.
Vintage Hair Dryer... My mom had this exact dryer when I was little!!
Vintage hair dryer. I remember my mom having one of these. / me too
Hair Dryer. I used this very model up through the 1970's.
Vintage Hair Dryer from 1960's, mom had one of these
I used to have these
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Sooo many of these hair clips! My two oldest girls wore these all the time!
Goody barrettes - I need to find these for baby girl!
color coordinated your hair clips with your clothes
as a little girl I remember wearing these...
Childhood Memories •~• vintage barrettes
I wore these in elementary school
barrettes uit memory lane
Plastic Hair Barettes
McGrath birthday memories
Roller skates with a key- yep!
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Roller Skates--these were the at home version and you kept the skate key on a shoelace necklace around your neck
Roller skating was just about my favorite activity from the ages of about seven through ten. Oh Yeah.
rollerskates...awesome...I think I killed myself on these about 100 times or more
Roller Skates, then later you turned them into your first skateboard.
"I got a brand new pair of roller skates, you got a brand new key."
metal roller skates and key. Heaven forbid you lose the skate key!
Roller skates and key -- just like the ones I had in the 50's.
Roller skates and key. How many skinned knees and elbows?
roller skates = skinned knees
Snap on plastic curlers ... ouch! Remember Nana and Aunt May at breakfast wearing these?
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snap on curlers ... ouch! My grandmother would put these in my hair and i would sleep in them!
Snap on plastic curlers ... I use to do up my grandmother's hair with these.
Snap on plastic curlers ...NEVER all stayed in my hair overnight!
Snap on plastic curlers for "Sunday Church hair" ... ouch!
Reminds me of my grandmother!
Vintage Plastic Hair Curlers
My friend's 12 year old son asked me
Roll down the window...
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So true-- just bought a car for the kids with these. It's "vintage."
So true. When we had to roll our car windows down..
I hadn't even thought of that, but it's so true!
My first truck had manual windows lol
Car Window Cranks -so true!
hah oh childhood memories
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Jiffy Pop popcorn - What you popped when you watched "The Wolfman" on the Saturday night special!
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Jiffy Pop popcorn. We never bought this. Dad had an ancient crank corn popper. Made the best popcorn!
Jiffy Pop popcorn Oh what memories, before the microwave popcorn came around. :)
Jiffy Pop popcorn loved it as a kid and it's still great for camping.
Jiffy Pop popcorn. Remember making this back in the 70's.
Jiffy Pop popcorn....remember popping during sleepovers.
Jiffy Pop popcorn.. LOVED IT! Always took camping.
Jiffy Pop popcorn - LOVED watching it expand
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The beginning of "all natural".
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Herbal Essence Shampoo original - What teenage girl in the 70's didn't use this? Wish they still made this. Nothing smelled as great as hair freshly shampooed with this wonderful product.
My MOST favorite shampoo EVER. The stuff they make today does NOT smell the same. I miss Clairol's Herbal Essence Shampoo from the 1970s.
vintage Herbal Essence Shampoo This was my favorite shampoo!!!!!! I loved the smell!!!!!
Clairol's BEST version of an "Herbal Essence" shampoo, circa 1972. I remember this one!
This was my favorite shampoo in high school. I can remember the smell!
the original herbal essence shampoo -this was my favorite shampoo!
Herbal Essence Shampoo...smelled so good! My shampoo in the 70's
Smelled wonderful. Childhood memories.
Medicine and the wonderful medicine spoon that made giving medicine to my kids so much easier. The old- crush the pill in a teaspoon and add honey trick did not go well.
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Medicine spoons and everything was bubblegum flavored
Medicine spoon! I remember using this!
Anyone remember this medicine spoon?
I remember these medicine spoons
Bubble Gum Medicine Spoon
Childhood Medicine Spoon
baby medicine spoon
Feathered roach clips
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Oh my gosh i had so many! i carried drug paraphernalia in elementary school!!! Roach clips for your hair lol
Back in the early 80s, feathered roach clips were all the rage in my school. These feathered clips were colorful and fun and just a little bit wild.
Back in the early 80s, feathered roach clips were all the rage in my elementary school. They were coveted prizes at the county and state fairs. Between rides on the Himalayan and the Swinger, you and your girlfriends might have won them by, say, tossing a ping-pong ball into an aluminum milk jug or playing Whack-a-Mole. (Meanwhile, the dudes were angling for framed mirrors sporting images of a Trans Am or Def Leppard.)
Back in the early 80s, feathered roach clips were all the rage in my elementary school.
Feather clips.....but i think they were mainly used for other purposes.....
Feathered Roach Clips...wow the hair feather has come a long way!!!
The original hair feathers...with roach clips!
Feathered Hair Clips.
Back in the early 80s, feathered roach clips were all the rage in my elementary school. They were coveted prizes at the county and state fairs. Between rides on the Himalayan and the Swinger, you and your girlfriends might have won them by, say, tossing a ping-pong ball into an aluminum milk jug or playing Whack-a-Mole. (Meanwhile, the dudes were angling for framed mirrors sporting images of a Trans Am or Def Leppard.) These feathered clips were colorful and fun and just a little bit wild. I remember being grossed out by the name. Ew! ROACH clip?? Grody! Why do they CALL it that?? Little did nine-year-old me know that they weren’t referring to cockroaches; these were the kind of roaches that would cause your mom to REALLY have a cow if they showed up in the house. But, feathered roach clips for your hair were entirely legal and wholesome and pretty, then AND now. I’m delighted to see the feathers-in-hair hair trend coming back. Today, ladies have the option of having shampooable feathers tied in to their hair, a la hair extensions, or going old school with a removable roach (or “alligator”) clip, which might be a smarter option if you have, like, a day job that requires looking all professional. Feathers in a woman’s hair always make me think of Stevie Nicks, the glamorous gypsy of Fleetwood Mac. She rocked the look in the late 70’s and early 80’s, and it’s only natural that it popped up all over the place after that. Who wouldn’t want to imitate her?
Hot rollers! Had this.
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.....When the black dot turned red you were good to go. I rocked these things. A curling iron - not so much.
I have these and I use still use them! I always buy hair rollers at resale shops. Of course, I still have the same hairdo I had in high school, so they're a necessity.
Childhood Memories ~ Clairol 20 Instant Hairsetter •~• when the black dots turned red you were good to go!
.....When the black dot turned red you were good to go. I would STILL rather use these than a curling iron!
.....When the black dot turned red you were good to go. many high school mornings were spent with these!
.....When the black dot turned red you were good to go. Used this exact set EVERY morning while in high school!
.....When the red dot turned black you were good to go. I still have mine, and they still work.
.....When the black dot turned red you were good to go. A staple during high school!
Steam Hair Curlers. When the black dot turned red you were good to go.
once upon a time this was okay.
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once upon a time this was okay. Reminds me of my childhood! Everyone had wagons and we traveled every weekend... Love my family!
Before seatbelts! Lots of station wagons had rear-facing seats- loved getting to ride in these!
once upon a time this was okay. Many happy memories of being free to "move about the cabin"!
car of my childhood... except that back-back was where the dog was...
I remember fighting over who got to sit in the back!
When we could ride in the back w/o seatbelt
LOL seatbelts were for chumps
S.A.T.U.R.D.A.Y. . . . Night
Childhood Memories, 70S, Favorite Band, Rollers Loved, Memory Lane, Saturday Night, Bay City Rollers, Rollers Saturday
Bay city rollers-Saturday night... ok, I admit it I had this album and loved to dance around my room with my friends singing it....lol
Today, 1-3 in 1976: The Bay City Rollers' "Saturday Night" hits No 1 on Billboard Top 100.
Bay City Rollers-loved em-we listen to them know too-my kids love Saturday Night!
Bay city rollers-Saturday night. My sisters and I would rock out to this song!
Bay city rollers-Saturday night. Going way back!
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Bay City Rollers "Saturday Night"
Favorite band in Jr. High
Bay CIty Rollers and Rosetta Stone Ring,Bay City Roller and Rosetta Stone sites with links to message boards and discussion lists. The Bay City Rollers were a Scottish pop/rock band of the '70s with a strong following among teenage girls.
Madge the Palmolive Lady
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Madge (Palmolive commercial): "you're soaking in it!" My sister and I played this one day and used all the dish soap. MOM we had to we had to soak in it!!
Madge (Palmolive commercial): youre soaking in it! Remember this so well! my-childhood-60-s-and-70-s
Madge (Palmolive commercial): "you're soaking in it!" "Dishwashing liquid!" "relax, it's Palmolive".
Madge (Palmolive commercial): "you're soaking in it!" And your hands usually came out just as dry as when they entered that dishwater. Dishpan hands. Will never get rid of them.
Madge was the iconic spokeswoman for Palmolive dishwashing liquid - "Is it gentle! You're soaking in it".
Madge (Palmolive commercial): "you're soaking in it!" Wish we could go back to this time again...
Madge (Palmolive commercial): "you're soaking in it!" :)
Madge from the Palmolive TV commercials
Madge, the Palmolive lady
OMG...these were everywhere in the 80's!
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Bender Hair Curlers.... used these for school pictures... HORRIBLE
Benders! Hair curlers! Once again, my mom still has these.
80s hair before the spiral perm came about LOL!
Benders Hair Curlers! I wore these out!
Benders hair curlers. Benders. Really?
Bender Hair Curlers..had some
Benders hair curlers
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plastic rollers. I hated sleeping in these! and they'd get stuck in my hair
Yep I remember these pink hard plastic rollers!!
Bigodini – Hair Rollers // How to Use
Retro rollers Remember these?
hard pink plastic hair rollers
plastic hair rollers.
I loved this game!
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Put the pieces into the slot, make the right connection, but be quick you're racing the clock. POP! NOW YOU'RE DEAD OF A HEART ATTACK! I remember this game!
Fun game, even though every time the timer went off and they all popped up it would nearly give me a heart attack.
Perfection...heart attack every time. Such a fun game. aww I LOVED this!
I remember this! Used to give a heart attack every time the time was over
If you remember this you survived a heart attack
Pop! Goes Perfection | Childhood Memories
Remember this? Perfection game.
Throwback Thursday: Perfection
Pay Phone. 1950s.
10 Cent, Crosley 1950, 1950S Pay, 1950 S, Memory Lane, Pay-Station
Crosley 1950's Pay Phone Black by Crosley. $78.13. This appropriately christened prepay-style pay station will take you back to the days of old fashioned phone booths and 10-cent phone calls. Believe it or not, its predecessor was a post pay-style phone that actually allowed the caller to place their call and then pay once finished. While you don't have to pay for your calls with this Crosley replica, you will enjoy the functional coin slots complete with jingl...
Crosley 1950\'s Retro Payphone
1950s Pay Phone, Black
Buy Crosley 1950's Pay Phone - Black - The very familiar 3-slot style pay phone was first introduced in the 1950's and remained virtually unchanged until 1965. This appropriately christened prepay-style pay station will take you back to the days of old fashioned phone booths and 10-cent phone calls. Believe it or not, its predecessor was a post pay-style phone that actually allowed the caller to place their call and then pay once finished. While you don't have to pay for your calls with this Crosley replica, you will enjoy the functional coin slots complete with jingle as your money is deposited into the coin bank in the base of the unit.
OMG, remember this girls?! ha!