You should see it when grandma wears her hair up.
(submitted by Maria)
The higher the hair, the closer to God!
Is she the lady from the family photo section?
well kiss my grits its FLO!! I love her!! that sassy girl needs her hair. the higher the hair the closer to god!!
Grans Chin to top of the head is 2x’s the granddaughter.
cotton candy? onnomnonmonmnomnom
Wanna know what she will look like in a few decades, boys????
the awkward smile means she just recognized herself in 50 years.
Gramma was a cotton candy vendor at the carnival for over 50 years.
the girl has gwen stefani’s smile….real nice
OMG this girl is stunning to say the least. I hope she went into modeling cause she would be perfect at it. Blonde and blue eyes. gorgeous
Wow.. the girl is HOT! (sorry)
This picture is not photoshopped. I know the woman, she lives in my subdivision in St. Louis, MO. She is in the real estate business and she is one of the nicest people you would ever meet. If any of you have older female relatives you most certainly should have seen the beehive or buoffant hairdo that these women adopted in the 50s through the 60s and it has stuck with them ever since. Never wash and wear, always styled at the same shop they have gone to for years. God bless these ladies.
There is a certain class of woman who keeps her highschool hairdo for the rest of their lives. Fortunately, the ’80s brought this trend to a crashing halt.
She must have incredibly strong neck muscles!
The results speak for themselves! As this before and after photo shows, the new “Porta-Salon” from K-Tel works like a dream!
She’s the head of the family f’sure
I’ve just had a “major lightbulb moment”
Gotta be from Texas. Everything, particularly hair, is bigger in Texas
wonder if shes trying to look taller….?
This is super sweet. They look so much alike!
marge simpson in a few years…
I wish I had a grandma – especially one as foxy as this. She’s got it hooked up.
OMG, she and my grandma could be sisters! In fact, a long time ago, after not seeing her for years and years, I saw her across a parking lot and recognized her by her hair before seeing her face! Love grandmas with their style!!
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