Thursday, December 18, 2014

Au-Go-Go Xmas!

We had some love expressed for BIG HAIR in our last post, and our groovy go-go age Sunset House '69 catalog has us covered there as well with no-tease bouffant hair lift accessories and frisky "fall" attachments. Give your hair height this holiday season, cuz the higher the hair-- the more presents you get! You didn't know that??? TIP: why stick only one plastic mesh hair former on your head, try a dozen or two and really reach for the stars! And LONG is good too, try adding 18 inches of super swingin' glamour-- frame that feline face with super lustrous Dynel! (It's probably not flammable.) And keep things EXTRA lavish with super cute Furry Boot Cuff Toppers, they'll look great and compliment your smooth, bare legs under that merry little mini skirt! Yes, this xmas you're the PERFECT purrin' package that all the boys can't wait to open!

Go! Go! Go!




8 comments:

Craftypants Carol said...

i had no idea those plastic things were what was under the bouffants! i thought it was rolls of paper towels or something!

Karswell said...

I thought it was lots and lots of spider eggs

Craftypants Carol said...

oh yeah :P

Brian Barnes said...

In the many 60s nudie cutie movies I reviewed on my site, big giant piles of hair was common, and a favorite running joke was guessing all the armature that must have been under there.

Of course, Karswell has to go and blow it all by showing how mundane it really was!

Karswell said...

Ain't I a pain in the ass?

Craftypants Carol said...

i'm just glad to know it's not the spiders

Mr. Cavin said...

It's kind of like a bustle for your head, then? They should have made interesting shapes like "flat top" and "cone". Maybe "spiral".

That Glamor Fall model looks a lot like Suzanne Pleshette.

Karswell said...

For a modern variation on the heights of hair, check: http://www.bumpits.com

And no, it's not BUM PITS, it's BUMP ITS!