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The Blonde: A Celebration Of The Golden Era From Harlow To Monroe

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Do blondes have more fun? It was Clairol that first posed the question, but the answer never really mattered-just being a blonde made you special. In this celebration of the Golden Age of golden hair, Barnaby Conrad III, author of the best-selling "The Martini," pays tribute to a cultural icon that changed the world. The worship of blondeness started with Jean Harlow's wis ...more
Hardcover, 132 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by Chronicle Books (CA)
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Tara
Awesome pictures and photos. There are some real classics in this book. Do blondes have more fun? That depends on ones definition of what fun is, I
would imagine. Lots of sterotypes concerning hair color. Blondes are perky and fun. Redheads are vivacious and firey. Brunettes are smart and serious.

Are they, really? I don't know. My hair is dark blonde... maybe I am fun and slightly serious at the same time...tedious? Crazy?
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