Monday, December 28, 2009

1940's Hair Styles - Free Download (updated)


Hello mama's! I hope that everyone had a glorious Christmas. I know I did! My Hunny really spoiled me this year with 2 new pairs of maryjanes, a classic black peacoat, hair curlers and curling iron! Can yo believe it? My Hunny sure is good to me. Now a little something for you...

I was browsing amazon looking for hairstyling books when I came across Daniela Turudich's 1940's hair Styles. I know most of you were pretty familiar with this book, but I'm kinda' new to the vintage hairstyling world so I wasn't. I took a peek in amazon when I had a deja vu moment. I've seen this before...hmmm.

So I went searching around my saved eBooks when I found the complete book in pdf! Oh yes honey, I have the complete book here, free for you to download!

What's the catch? None, all I ask is that you subscribe to my lovely, little blog and if you have already, would you please tell a friend? Pretty please?

Update: A felony? Oh no! Oh I'm so naive when it comes to this legal stuff. Good thing my Hunny's got my back! Turns out that by offering this book free to download I'm infringing on copyrights, so alas I had to remove it and anyone who saved the link will be sorely disappointed as I have now locked it. I know it's not nearly the same thing but I do have something else to share...

My World Famous Mediterranean Salt Glow! Oh yes world famous...well it could have been. On an earlier post I shared with you about how I sold french soaps and handmade body goodies at farmers markets. Well this recipe was for my most popular salt glow. In fact, I still have customers emailing me years later about purchasing it. So please accept my sincere apologies about having to remove the link and I hope that this divine salt glow will make it all better!

Click to play this Smilebox recipe: Silky...

1 Vintage Beauty Lovers Said...:

'The Girl Can't Help It' said...

Oh dang about the book! I was going to download it. This book is quite expensive when it pops up on ebay now.

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