Tuesday, July 14, 2009
I've seen some big hair in my life but this hair I'm writing about is tall hair as in reaching for the ceiling. John's sister in Alaska sent us a bunch of family pictures so Sunday afternoon I brought them up on my computer and we looked at them. As I've said before John came from a large family and seven of them were girls. Beautiful girls. One is even a retired model and two others could have been with thier looks and figures. One of the picture was of two of his sister together and they had the tallest hair I've ever seen in my born days. Dark, shiny hair, beautiful hair and make-up but how did they get that hair up that tall and it looked as if it would not have fallen if it was in a storm. I know you can get something called a bumpit now to put under the top of your hair to raise it but I don't think they had that back then and I don't think they teased hair back then and I'm sure they didn't have hair spray but I think they did use something called laquor (not liquer) and probably mispelled. Their hair was soooo tall that they had three or four waves across the tall part. I know how the waves were made back then. They took a comb and zig zagged the hair and put a metal wave clamp in place until the hair dried and wah la a wave but how did they get it up in the air like that is beyond me. I know you are going to say show the picture and I would love to, but his model sister lives out of state and I have never met her. From what I've heard maybe its better I don't. Just take my word for it these girls could have held their own with any movie star.