What goes up must stay up.
(submitted by Angie & retouched by Katie McCranie)
She is adorable! Her hair is …ummm big.
by the way She is so CUTE !!
In the South, there are 2 types of hair: big and bigger!
Even with the wild “do”, she’s cute as can be! In the 60′s, in my neighborhood there was a lady on the next block, who sported such a hairstyle. No one knew her, but we called her “Mrs Beehive”; but no one meant it unkindly. That’s just what she was known as due to the style. She also used copious amts of “QT”; that fake tanning product that turned people orange. Needless to say, she was quite memorable.
I remember QT. My mom had a bottle. I was about 9, and thought I could use some without anyone being the wiser. Man, that stuff really stained the knees and heels.
Todays look for little princesses, “The Marge Simpson”
Haha, I’m convinced it’s Marge as a little girl!
She loves it! I wonder how it was done.
The hair is teased then glued into shape with lots and lots of hairspray. I had my hair done this way back in the ’60s when I was a flower girl in a wedding. I remember how much it hurt as the stylist grabbed and pulled on my hair while she used a fine toothed metal comb to push the stands up.
Plus- an invisible hairnet to encapsulate it all. Loose fly-away hairs are not allowed.
Aw. She’s so proud of her fancy hair.
LOL the higher the hair…the closer to God. LOL. Love it!
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