haircuttingfun (haircuttingfun) wrote,
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antique curling tools

Over the weekend, we wandered a few antique shops next to the Wisconsin border. A couple of antique hair curling tools caught my eye, so I bought them. I hope to use them in a future video.








These aluminum curler tools from the 1930's seemed so interesting. When I got home, I researched how to use them. I found the Pro-Curler instructions at
http://www.thefedoralounge.com/threads/interesting-vintage-pin-curl-and-waving-tools.32148/page-2#post-649755

One woman already tried out her Pro-Curler and posted a photo of the results at
https://www.tumblr.com/search/the%20pro%20curler

The rubber Baldwin Modern Marcellers curlers were also very lovely, but those instructions were harder to find. I found an Etsy seller, Retro Coiffure of https://www.etsy.com/shop/RetroCoiffure?ref=pr_shop_more who had a set for sale, besides other lovely vintage hair things. She was very kind to provide me the instructions on how to use these unique curlers, and allowed me to post these instructions at https://www.pinterest.com/katsurth/instruction-manuals-to-vintage-antique-beauty-hair/

Here were a few other things that I saw but didn't buy:








Tags: antique, marceller, pro-curlers
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