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Sunday, August 08, 2004

"The Farrah"

Ok...If you are about 40-50 years old (and spent the late 70s and beginning of the 80s digging and dancing to the productions of Donna Summer, ABBA, or if you were very lucky: E.L.O.) you know all about this. But for those of you uninformed this might be a turn on: "Surely you've thumbed through a high school yearbook from the late 70's and early 80's and you've found photo after photo of women wearing feathered hair modeled after the wild, tossled, flipped-back, golden tresses of Farrah Fawcett. Yes, it’s true that many women went into hair salons between 1976 and 1983 asking for the “Farrah” look, but is this what they actually came out with? The answer is yes for some, but for many the answer is no, no, no, no, no. You see, many actually came out with “The Bertinelli”. Haven't heard of that one, have you? Well then, what is The Bertinelli"? It's simple; you cross the Dorothy Hamill (short hair, but flat on top and center-parted) with "The Farrah". This and much more will be spotlighted and told about the fashion of the feathered back hair at The Feathered Back Hair Site (via grow-a-brain)



litlgrey said...

His name is Sebastian. He is made of FUN. You will pertain to him.