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If you were a teenaged male (or probably even older) in the 70's, you either had this poster on your wall or you knew someone who did. Farrah Fawcett, the Charlie's Angels star, had American males entranced with her long flowing blonde hair, soft voice and magnificent smile. When Farrah fought a monumental battle with cancer, she showed the world she was just as beautiful on the inside. http://www.notquitecountrygirl.com/farrah_fawcett_poster_1976.jpg
Farrah. The 1970 icon of beauty
Her hair >>>Farrah Fawcett. 1976. It is a historically significant image, being a world famous iconic image from the 1970s—the best-selling pinup poster of all time, with more than 12 million copies sold.
Farrah Fawcett's Poster was the best selling poster of the 1970s The photograph, showing Fawcett with her head tilted back and her blonde hair cascading over her shoulders, became the No 1 selling poster in the 1970s and was pinned to many a teenage boys bedroom wall. She became a world wide pin up girl. Girls tried desperately to achieve the look with their hair.
Beautiful bangs icon: Farrah Fawcett, 1976
Farrah Fawcett: 1976. I never quite achieved it, but oh how I tried.
Farrah Fawcett was one of three actresses hand-picked by uber-producer Aaron Spelling to portray sexy, undercover detectives on the 1976 prime...
What a beauty. Step workouts in her dressing room. Sad that she is not here.
Farrah Fawcett, incredible, THE blond beauty with a big nose. (I seek out blonds with big noses!)
Farrah Fawcett....I'm still hoping that one day I'll wake up have hair like her.....not likely to happen, but a woman can dream!
How are you so flawless? Miss you. :(
endlessme: Farrah Fawcett Via 70spostergirls
Farrah Fawcett was a very artistic person and I can't believe how strong she was, and so UNappreciated. A real heroine............
"Uncle Sam's Birthday. 1776- July 4th 1918. 142 Years Young and Going Strong." by The U.S. National Archives Download & print for the 4th of July!
Farrah's hair was the way we all loved to wear ours!
If you were in school during the 70's especially high school you more than likely had this cut at least once or many times over and over ;-)