Scenic Shorelines by Edward Runci 1950
Model wearing a balloon dress by Balenciaga, 1958.
No.. it isn’t creepy at all! It’s awesome that you have a fascination with the ’50s as well. And thanks for checking out my blog! :-)
Carolyn Schnurer, 1951
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Jayne Mansfield in an advertisement for a line of hot water bottles shaped in her likeness, 1957
The hot water bottles were 22 inches long and made of hard plastic molded into the shape of the famous actress and sex symbol.
Ever wondered how you can get those soft, lovely waves you’ve seen on 50s actresses such as Lauren Bacall, Marilyn Monroe, or Jane Russell?
Not only is this hairstyle actually quit simple, but there are many different ways on how you can recreate this look. In Thecherrydollface’s video, she shows how simple this look can be with the pin curl method.
Personally, this is my favorite way to do these waves because not much heat is needed. Hope this helps! Have a lovely day ~ xoxo
James Dean x 4
Jean Seberg, 1957.
Sorry for the lack of posts guys, working with new layouts can be stressful. 😒
Hi! I’ll post a written tutorial on my blog about it later today! Stay tuned. 😃
Illustration by Norman Saunders c. 1950’s
The Chordettes - Lollipop (1958)
I also feel like The Chordettes are being more noticed again :)
Les Paul & Mary Ford
Fantastic vintage ad. Weather proof Pin Curls.
They are so amazing at what they do!