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  • Tracey Falconbridge

    WTF? Vintage Ads • Fringe trim scotch tape ad from 1950s. This is too funny!

  • Susanne Braaten

    Fringe trim scotch tape ad from 1950s.. Apparently in the 60's moms just free-handed it...I've got the school pictures to prove it.

  • Eileen F

    fringe trim scotch tape ad from 1950s - pretty sure we can blame this for childhood scarring.

  • Patti Milligan Vail

    Trish was this taught at the Academy?? Grandmom must have seen this ad.. lol..Explains My Pixie haircut

  • Barb Weaver

    fringe trim scotch tape ad from 1950s, my daughter remembers this in the 60's.

  • Debbie Aldridge

    Oh, that handy dandy Scotch Tape! And this explains why we all had such short bangs! (This must be a British ad - don't they say "fringe" instead of "bangs?")

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