Hair Fashions for 1930s Women.

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Short Curly Hair –
The Popular Fashion Hairstyle of Girls in the 1930s.
In the beginning of the 1930s, women powerfully abandoned the traditional feminine image, instead there appeared a picture of confidence, dynamism which was strongly expressed through fashion, especially their hairstyles.

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Women in this period often appeared with short curly hair, beautiful and sexy at the same time.

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Masterpieces of Hair Styling.

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Victoria Beckham for Vogue UK April 2008:
‘When Sam’s hands touch the model, you can see her expression completely change.
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Trendy Women’s Street Fashion of the 1920s.

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Immortalized in movies and magazine covers, young women’s fashion of the 1920s was both a trend and social statement, a breaking-off from the rigid Victorian way of life.
These young, rebellious, middle-class women, labeled ‘flappers’ by older generations, did away with the corset and donned slinky knee-length dresses, which exposed their legs and arms.
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Tamara de Lempicka, Paris 1929. Photo by Dora Kallmus.
The hairstyle of the decade was a chin-length bob, of with several popular variations.
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The Truth about “Ugg” Boots.

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Ugg boots were first created by Australian farmers, who used sheepskin to stay warm. As the years went by, many Australian surfers also cottoned on to using them for their warmth-giving properties.
Although popular in America, most Australians consider them too dowdy to be worn outside the house. So how did they get the reputation for being fashionable in the United States?
When the boots landed on American shores, a company named Decker decided to copyright them, and after a marketing blitz in which some celebrities endorsed the product, they became a runaway hit.
Decker got greedy, and quickly started trying to shut down Australian manufacturers of ugg boots, for using the now-trademarked name.
To the Australian manufacturers the claim was ludicrous, as they had been selling the boots for many years already.
The Australian manufacturers took their claim to court, explaining that “ugg” was actually just a slang word for “ugly,” and thus the trademark was invalid.
Fortunately for the Australians, the court sided with them.
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A 60 year old Male Fashion Model.

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I studied law but never practiced and instead worked in the movie business and advertising.
Due to personal reasons I started a new job in April 2015.
For the fun of it I decided to grow my beard thinking it would be a mess, but people said they liked it.
This happened many times and so I realized maybe I should try being a model.
I started being more careful with the way I dress and understood that maybe I had something.
That is when I went to see agencies, and that’s when my career began. I was almost 60 by then.I really love what I am doing and get great pleasure from doing it.
What else could I ask for? Maybe to work for a huge international campaign like Chanel or Dior.
We all have dreams. And this buzz could help.
Who knows.

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