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    • Lola McIntyre

      50's Tip-Top Button Curlers. Pink flexible rubber spool pin curlers. I tried putting these in my hair at my G'ma's house when I was about 7. She still had a 1920's pin curl bob in the 1960's.

    • Linda Davis

      So much better than the bristle rollers! At least I could sleep in them

    • Joyce Swift

      50's Tip-Top Button Curlers. pink flexible vinyl spool pin curlers that we called spoolies. I used to play with these at my grandmothers house in my Aunt's bedroom, which we were SUPPOSED to stay out of.

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