In the 1930's, curls and waves were all the rage. 

Some women opted for soft waves set close to the face, while others arranged their hair in tight pincurls.

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1930s Style Icon: Mae West

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via Do Something! Mae West was known for pushing her limits, in all senses of the term: censors didn't know what to make of her provocative look or her naughty double entendres. Still, she was one of the most glorious stars of the 1930s and early 40s - and a major fashion plate. Here are some of her loveliest looks.via LA Splash via Jerry Katz via Phillip Philes Also on Zimbio: Hollywood's Best Bob Hairstyles Every few months, a celeb opts for the freedom and freshness of a hip bob haircut...Read Full Story
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