Fashion Sensible: Look Sharp

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Feel sharp…

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Be sharp…

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Even as an infant Baby Jean was… literally a little shaver…

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Born in 1911 in Kansas City, Baby Harlene Carpenter grew up and adopted her mother’s maiden name, Jean Harlow and went to Hollywood! It didn’t take long for the head boss at MGM to take notice of her…

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She was quickly recognized as a fashion trendsetter… Worldwide!

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Her trusty multi-purpose Sharpie constantly by her side…

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Remembering, honoring and poking some fun at the beautiful Jean Harlow for stepping out of the ordinary!

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Tragically, Jean Harlow died in 1937 from what was, at that time, an incurable kidney disease.

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Harold Rosen (Jean’s husband), Jean, Moreno Bello (Jean’s stepfather) and Jean’s mother “Mama Jean” Harlow Bello…

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Here are some terrific photos of Jean Harlow…

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Be like Jean Harlow and Mama Jean! Shave off those natural eye brows and draw on some new ones! Get creative! Use different colors! Sharpie’s also  make an excellent beauty mark!
Toodles!
Yours truly,
Buffalo Tom Peabody, 4th grader!

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11 thoughts on “Fashion Sensible: Look Sharp

    • Lol! It is definitely permanent! I think the only thing more permanent than a laundry marker is a tattoo. I have a hard time understanding how women put on normal makeup and get it to look right… But shaving off your eyebrows and drawing on new ones would take a very special artistic skill.. I’ll bet when this was fashionable there were some pretty weird looking eyebrows walking around!

  1. Right, Eejit! How about eyeliner? That ever-popular cheek mole? A dark streak in your hair? The trends are boundless with some imagination – Jean was the best!!

  2. Gosh, Sharpies are so much cheaper, why I can even buy a fine line brown. Water resistant, too. Actually, I don’t need to shave them off at my age. They’ve long taken a hiatus. Buffalo, I do need help with this mustache and chin hair. I tried hedge trimmers, but they were too bulky. Tried those wax strips. They tore off my skin, but left the hair in place. Tried tweezing and developed carpal tunnel. Razors are a joke. I’ve burnt out three already. I’m considering bleaching, but am afraid I’ll be mistaken as a Neanderthal.

    Please no pictures. I’m cross-eyed and currently wearing a dental device. There’s no need to scare the children

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