Thursday, May 23, 2013

Four Star Hairdo

Monolithic Studio's iconic star Miss Gene Marshall is newly coiffed in a chic and sophisticated wig from the Monique Collection.  The Brittany wig is a short curly style available in several shades.  Miss Marshall chose Dark Brown, and softened and shaped the curls with a Barbie brush.  To complement her new hairstyle, Gene selects the navy satin dress from Madame Alexander's Grand Hotel topped with a luxurious fur cape from Affordable Designs.  OOAK hat and cigarette holder from The Couture Touch.  Jewelry and wig from Facets by Marcia.

Short curly/wavy hairstyles were all the rage in the 1930's.  And there were no shortage (excuse the pun) of Hollywood Stars that embraced the look.

Norma Shearer
Myrna Loy
Photo courtesy
Marsha Hunt
During the 1940's short curly hairstyles were in vogue particularly during the war years.  They were simple yet sophisticated and could easily go from wartime work to evening glamour.

Miss Marshall borrows Violet Water's fabulous 1940's style navy and white suit ensemble called "Mood Indigo" from the 2002 Ashton Drake Gene Marshall Collection.  Shoes are from Integrity.


Miss Marshall is "Phoenix" Gene Marshall by JAMIEshow.

Gene's Patio Set is from Ashton Drake.

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