Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Violet And Her Bouffant

I've just seen the most beautiful bouffant. It was tall, poufy as all get out and unusually red. Fantastic! I imagined the woman sporting this fabulous hair was named Violet. She had lovely rhinestoned sunglasses and red lipstick that supported her decision to have her hair the color of a fire-engine.

I couldn't stop looking at her. I wasn't judging her. I was in awe.

How did she get her hair like that? How long has she had her hair this way? Who created this amazing 'do?!

I hope I see you again dear Violet the bouffant lady. You've brightened my day!

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18 comments:

  1. Sounds like Violet is living in a bygone era! I'm sad you didn't get pics of her though.

    Justine :o )

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  2. I think I would love to see her too!!!

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  3. So funny... think you might have just met my grandmother!

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  4. Next time you should just happen to be dialing your cell phone when you accidentally take a picture....

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  5. I am so going to be Violet one day.

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  6. I love to see people just living their own "lights"! Rock on, Violet!

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  7. I love it when I glimpse a character like that!

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  8. Violet rocks!! I remember one of my best friend's grandmothers had hair like that when we were kids. She got it all done up in the beauty parlor once a week - tall and proud, with two perfect little pincurls, one beside each ear....

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  9. a picture...even from the back...would have been great. But I just thought of something....WHAT if Violet is a blogger and she takes offense to saying that her hair is the color of a fire-engine?? Then you're in my boat...you trouble maker. KIDDING......I'd have your back. haha.

    I want to see her glasses actually...I have a black pair with rhinestones. Love 'em

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  10. When I was growing up we had a neighbor who did her hair just like that every day. Must have taken hours, but she was always ready to paint the town!

    I hope the blogosphere is treating you well this week! :)

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  11. People whose hair is like that sleep standing in the corner, you know?

    I used to work with a lady like that.

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  12. Love it when a day can be brightened by seeing someone like that - sounds like my late grandmother...I bet if you had a chance to talk to her, she'd have some stories to tell! :)

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  13. Hi.
    Just passing through via MBC.
    Have a great day!

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  14. Aww man, I would l have loved to see a picture. She sounds amazing and I'm picturing her in my head. I know those rhinestone glasses were saying sumptin.

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  15. Good Lord, if you were in Waco, Texas that was my grandmother. And fyi, her name was Ruby.

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  16. Next time take a photo! Amy Winehouse inspired?

    Reminds me of the plastic bouffant wigs I had as a young girl...

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  17. Hi Ann....
    I've been enjoying all the posts (and videos) on this front page of your blog and looking forward to reading more. Great blog!

    Hope your weekend has been a beautiful one.

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