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Enough To Make Your Hair Curl: Part 1
Inside the salon Mrs Paine - one of the proprietors - cleans the shelves stacked with hair products. A clock on the wall shows it is the beginning of the working day. Mr Paine sweeps the front step and one of the hairdressers arrives for work. Mrs Paine puts a record on the turntable. The first client arrives and has her hair washed in the sink. Mr Paine answers the telephone. Displays of beauty products for sale include tights and stockings, shampoos, setting lotions. A cat sits in the salon. A stylist puts curlers in a clients hair. One of the other stylists makes tea out the back and brings it in for the client while she sits under the dryer.
Do you remember Rosalie's?
Enough To Make Your Hair Curl

Date: 1976

Location: Folkestone

This film was made by Mr and Mrs Paine the salon owners who appear in Daisy Asquith's film.

The film shows a typical working day at Rosalie's, a small hairdressing salon on Bournemouth Road, Folkestone. Mr and Mrs Paynes film takes us through a typical day in a 1970's hair saloon. Plenty of shampooing, cutting, curlers, setting and perming and of course cups of tea. Even the cat gets a grooming.

These archive clips were taken from the film 'Enough to Make your Hair Curl' ID 867. For more information contact Screen Archive South East or visit their website.

Read an interview with Daisy Asquith about this archive

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Rosalie Hairstylists, 4 Bournemouth Road, Folkestone, Kent

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Enough to Make Your Hair Curl: Part 2

Enough to Make Your Hair Curl: Part 3

Enough to Make Your Hair Curl: Part 4

In 1986, a film was made to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Rosalie's Hairstylists.

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