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Vintage Household Ads of the 1960s A bad hair day Never again
Vintage Household Ads of the 1960s A bad hair day...? Never again.
From the 1920s into the 1950s, cigarette ads featured endorsers as varied as babies, Mickey Mantle, doctors and even Santa Claus.
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This is a negative ad because a cigarette company is trying to influence a pregnant mother to smoke their brand of cigarettes be…
Women were convinced not to kill themselves over a bad hair day by this charming advert. They were frustrated for a lot of reasons and it's probable that ...
Collectors Weekly: On your home page, you talk about how these ads induce shame, guilt, and paranoia.
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Tide ...
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1. The Harder A Wife Works, The Cuter She Looks!
This Palmolive ad from the 1920s makes out that appearance is more important than intelligence for women.
I get it, it's a big plate of meat and you're hungry, but again, just rein it in a notch. You're not a dog.
In the 1930s, dancing was an important social activity, and shampoo companies wanted women to worry about yet another way they could smell bad.
Description: 1949 TONI HOME PERMANENT vintage print advertisement "Which Twin has the Toni?" "More than 2 million women a month use Toni ... the wave that ...
Even on your tight budget, you are expected to put on a nice meal for when the boss comes over because your husband will get the promotion if your corned ...
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22. Is It Always Illegal To Kill A Woman?
Collectors Weekly: Maybe these companies were also acting out of desperation, thanks to the Depression.
Art of Manliness
Madge in the '60s
you mean a woman can open it
Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific vintage ads. Gee shampoo is extra rich, extra thick -- so it leaves your hair shiny clean and fresh. Slightly spicy.
Coppertone Ad 1960's Sandra Dee, Funny Commercials, Print Ads, Sunscreen, Retro Ads
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Come fly with me: Dove has been a household name since the late 1950s
Lady Norelco Professional Home Hair Dryer (1964)
Photographer Reverses Gender Roles In Sexist Vintage Ads
Collection of insane retro ads. Did we really use to advertise these. You will laugh until you cry!
Vintage Brylcreem ad
Tickled pink: Five years after the launch of the original Dove bar came a new
17. Begin Early. Shave Yourself
Dry it yourself: Vintage home hair dryers (1960s & 1970s)
1950s and 60s posters show the sexist and racist campaigns once seen as acceptable | Daily Mail Online
Rewind: 1949 Cigarette Spot Declares 'Doctors Smoke Camels' | News - Ad Age
Terribly Sexist Magazine Ad
Eskimo Pie Ad - 1960
More Ads That Find Fault With Women
60's Ads
This extreme vision of a bad hair day is from Charles Antell, a hair products manufacturer.
Horrendously sexist vintage ads you won't believe were made | Daily Mail Online
'Keep up with the house while you keep down your weight': This Total
1965 Ronson shaver
"Hey Don, how do we get more women to smoke?" "BABIES, PEGGY! SELL CIGARETTES WITH BABIES!" "Oh, Don. You're a genius."
Babies With Intelligent Observations About Their Mother's Cigarette Addiction
Racist, s exist, rude and crude : the worst of 20th century advertising – in pictures | Media | The Guardian
Collectors Weekly: I've noticed the weight you supposedly gain from products like Wate-On never goes to an undesirable place, like the belly.
The Most Hilariously Inappropriate Vintage Alcohol Ads
More Ads That Find Fault With Women
Ads in 19th century magazines sold devices to reshape one's face.
Mrs Frampton combing her long hair with the help of a mirror, circa 1885.
In 1930s ads, "dishpan hands" threatened marriages. Click image to see the
Scotch Hair Tape. Cheryl Tiegs. I remember this product. We used it for that required little curl at the temples.
Now this is an ad for hair spray. However, since "gay" now
Did you spot the innuendo? (How about the actual product that's being advertised?)
Collectors Weekly: How did you first get interested in these ads?
from a 1971 Tampax advertisement. It's a perfect example of feminine hygiene marketing, touting that their product will allow women to live an active live, ...
General Electric Portable Hair Dryer (1962)
More Ads That Find Fault With Women
1983 Carefree Panty Shields
... keep their men from taking advantage of a “wandering eye.” The bottom of the ad suggests carrying it everywhere with you. Yeah, okay.
The painful part of this ad is its emphasis on kid's enjoyment of a lead paint
Bath time took a glamorous turn in a series of ads featuring a
Fro sure: This woman wasn't happy enough just to sport her own ginger
... of a “creepy” vibe to them. Knowing about and/or experiencing firsthand the long-term consequences of psychoactive drugs, such as benzodiazepines, ...
1955 Vintage Ad Breck Shampoo Breck Girls by DoubleLMomEphemera
Racist, s exist, rude and crude : the worst of 20th century advertising – in pictures | Media | The Guardian
... 2013 with this ad for No. 5—meaning that the most successful celebrity fragrance endorsement of all time didn't, at the time, cost the brand a cent.
6. Fuji Team Fuji
8. Show Her It's A Man's World
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Disguising empty calories with healthful nutritional values has been a trope of the processed food world ever since vitamins were first discovered in the ...
Murderous Nightmare-Inducing Children
1978 – Tampax Super Plus tampons
19. Because Innocence Is Sexier Than You Think
This is literally a product for parents who are incubating their child in the gross, dark corner of the bathroom, never letting them see or know about the ...
50 Vintage Beauty Trends From '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s That Are Back - Vintage Hair and Makeup Trends
Modess 1968
This advert is taken from Vintage Hair Adverts: 1960s-70s Products, Styles and Tragic Cuts – for more vintage hair advertisements.
Madge ...
This somewhat aggressive ad states, 'You may think your case is hopeless - that
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60's Ads
7. This anti-malaria medicine which also makes you fat hails from late 19th-century America.
Who is Suzy Homemaker? (1966)