I purchased an old 1940's or so nail polish bottle. I cleaned it out and began pouring red nail polish into that bottle when after I sit it down, it got knocked over and splashed nail polish all over my station, jars, and sterilizing box. It looked like some kind of mouse massacre. I got it all cleaned up, but the station has a red residue.
After organizing all my perm rods and curlers (omg, do I have soooo many Toni spin-curlers!), I found some stuff that I will probably never use or won't use again. I'll be listing those on ebay soon. First I need to take photos.
Oh, over the weekend I stopped at an estate sale. I didn't have too much time to look; someone got hurt and an ambulance was called, and I didn't want to be in the way. I did find an old matchbook cover that featured LB hair oil. I never realized that companies advertised their wares on matchbook covers. But it makes sense since smoking used to be very popular back then.
Are matchbooks still made anymore? I haven't seen them since I was a kid.
The match boxes were fun. I used to stack and glue them together to make a dresser for my Barbies. (It helped that my father was an avid smoker so I could do things like that).
Whenever I have the time, I'll scan in that LB matchbook cover.