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Discussion in 'Beauty' started by Amy Jeanne, Nov 11, 2010.
"That’s right ladies, just remember that the secret to looking good (or at least thinking you look good) is hypoxia."
I laughed so loud, I scared the cat! LOL
This is great Amy J! Thanks for sharing.
lol I love the polka-dotted haz-mat suit look!
Hmm, I actually think that lipstick stencil could be a good idea...
I can't believe they left off the Anita Nose Adjuster!
I was a particular fan of the radiation beard removal, like cutting off a leg to loose weight. lol
Although the psycho expander comes in a close second just for the name.
haha this is so funny it's scary! Or should that be so scary it's funny?
I am sure there will be people sitting around discussing how people of our time got sprayed on tan, silicone injections, botox etc... in 50 years and saying similar things.
I can't believe they didn't include the giant perm machine, at least for looks.
I always wonder the same thing -- what stuff from today will be laughed at in 50 years for being ridiculous or dangerous!
Kamikat that is a scary looking thing.lol
Aww crud...now I have a visual of spray tan nozzles being sold on Etsy 50 years for now for Steampunk and repurposing! LOL
Attention Ladies...the Medusa wave maker, now exclusively at Madame Alopecia's Chateau de Beauty.
I can see city blocks going without power when that baby heats up!
What I love more than the nose shield, is the comment someone made about the Groucho Marx mustache being added to it later. Haha
Two more weird devices
Eyelash stencil (1926)
Innovative crooked back brush which is equipped with front and rear view mirrors so that she may see where she is scrubbing. (1947)
Never hear your loved ones cry out in agony again, "YOU'VE MISSED A SPOT!"
That hair-growing vacuum hat dingus was an idea that just kept coming back over and over again. it was revived in the late thirties by the Crosley company -- a reputable outfit known for radios and refrigerators, but rather than selling it to individuals it was sold to beauty parlors and barber shops as a "scientific treatment device."
Barnum was right. And he was also bald.
Tape Worms to stay thin - Yes Ladies and Gentlemen!
Sanitized Tape Worms - jar packed - easy to swallow!
Me thinks they were into something back then, hey?
i got to play with one in beauty school, it really is as scary looking in person.
What a shocker! I knew that some people swallowed them but I never would´ve thought that they sold them like candy...