I’ve got to lose 10 lbs. I weigh 128 lbs. Why am I gaining weight.

May 6, 1964, Wednesday.

Dave told me he wasn’t taking me to Don’s party Friday, because he wants to drink and I don’t like him to. So, I probably won’t see him this weekend. I’m going to stay at Lauri’s if I don’t go out. We went modeling tonight. We changed schools and now go to Patricia Stevens on Wilshire Boulevard (so much closer to home.)  It was tough, we had a speech class, I showed how I do my hair. Than we had a figure class and we started Fencing. It’s going to firm up my legs. I came home and had to wash my hair. Dave didn’t call, I wonder if he still likes me or Marilyn now. Pam Henderson told Donna he said he really liked me a lot.

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I actually demonstrated how to style my hair in my speech class at school as well and got an A, since I was an expert on teasing and styling big hair in 1964

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The secret was in the comb.  Imagine combing this rats nest out every night, setting it in super big curlers and then sleeping on them.

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But of course the the magic was in the hairspray.  I went through a can a week

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This was the final result of perfection.  saffrons rule fencing 2

I loved fencing and was good at it, however, the helmet ruined my hair.

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Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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