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Enough to Make Your Hair Curl: Part 2
The stylist finishes the client's hair with hairspray and holds a mirror up. The client leaves the salon. More clients have their hair washed, cut and set. Several diplomas hang on the wall. Mrs Paine sorts greetings cards on a table. A stylist cuts a child's hair.
Did you have a regular appointment for a wash and set?
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 1

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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