October 2011: Long-Lasting Short Cuts, Page 2
We believe this photo was taken in the early 2000's -- with Carolyn going curly throughout, probably due to a perm. The style is only slightly longer, scraping the shoulders. Yet the hair was carefully cut to come close to her eyes, yet not fall in them. How fun might it have been to try to flip the curls around a bit?
But Carolyn seemed to take some chances with her hair in later years. Notice the all-around length here, with bangs seemingly long enough to get in her eyes. Yet they stopped an eyelash away on the left side, and stayed 99-percent in line on the right. The curling iron was put away here, but Carolyn found a way to keep the same basic cut looking attractive and interesting.
WHAT DID CAROLYN DO TO KEEP HAIR IN LINE ON INTERNATIONAL TRIPS?
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July 2009: Farrah, Feathers and Flips
June 2008: Bangs in the Long Run
May 2007: Curls Gone Wild
December 2006: The Do's of Diana
September 2006: ALL-CAPS
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December 2005: Permed to Perfection
March 2005: Bangs Swept Away
April 2004: Hair With A Flare
November 2003: THe Sidewalls
May 2003: Sideparts With a Twist
December 2002: Long Yet Strong
May 2002: The Ears Have It
December 2001: In Defense of Helmet Hair
May 2001: Wonder of the Wedge
July 2000: Turn of the Pageboy
February 2000: Sweeping Side-part
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