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  • heidi-man

    New York City, c. 1965. // The "Beauty Parlor" was important for a number of reasons. 1. people did NOT go to therapists unless they were really CRAZY. And so the hairdresser was like the mans bartender. She knew your secrets. 2. The handheld Hairdryer had NOT BEEN INVENTED YET ! can you even imagine? It's true. WHEN it was invented, expensive, available to the public --- hairstyles reflected the new invention with styles like FARRAH FAWCETT.

  • Glen Esther Bennett

    . 1965.My mother's beauty shop minus the puppy!

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