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1967 Beautybug Hairdryer In a 1967 Seventeen magazine, Molly Corby is drying her hair with the Beautybug. Both Molly and her sister Colleen Corby were well-known Ford Model Agency fashion models in the Sixties and beyond.
Tags: MollyCorby  SixtiesTeenFashions  ColleenCorby  FordModel  SixtiesHairdryers  VintageSeventeenMagazine  1960sFashions 
Added: 29th June 2010
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Posted by: Lava1964 on 2010-07-10 
That hair dryer looks like a toy an 11-year-old girl might receive.
Posted by: AngoraSox on 2010-10-08 
Proof positive that when it comes to working at being 'beautiful', girls just want to have fun! LOL Getting 'beautified' is all about having fun. It's entertainment. I guess that's why lip glosses come in so many flavors including Dr.Pepper and cotton candy flavors. And remember that black patent looking eyeliner from the Sixties? That was real fun peeling off before bedtime. Let's not even get into putting on blue-colored 'masks' to improve our skin texture, or rolling our hair up using squiggly pipecleaner looking doohickies. LOL The beauty business is a serious industry with a studied sense of humor, especially for the teen market where 'beauty' is still just about bonding with friends and having fun. Hmmm. You got me to thinking, Lava1964. Thanks for your astute comment!
Posted by: AngoraSox on 2010-12-18 
I luv that cornball copy. SOME BUGS FLY. OURS DRY. They could have used a version of that over at VW. Some bugs fly. Ours drive.
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