From the November 1968 Seventeen magazine issue, here is the mod Jean Shrimpton advertising the Yardley Slicker Dolly Bus – eight dreamy Slicker Lip Polishes in a really cute double-decker London bus. This is awesome! In frosted, shimmery shades that were so cool, the lip polishes were meant to be worn over your lipstick, or alone for a little wet lick.
“The Shrimp” continues with Yardley’s Make Me a Model lessons. Here she shows you one Super Set Trick for 3 model hairdos with Londonderry Hair Setting Foam. The Basic Set is to wash with Londonderry Shampoo, and condition with Londonderry Hair Conditioner. Then Comb Londonderry Hair Setting Foam through hair and wind downward on big rollers from center down both sides and back.
Does anyone set their hair on rollers anymore? But, I digress…
For style 1 – Fluff up crown hair and secure. Cascade side hair behind ears. For style 2 – Section hair. Tease, wind around finger, secure with flower or ribbon pins. Hold tightly and shine with Londonderry Shiner. For style 3 – For loose pigtails: Part hair down the middle of entire head, and tie two bunches with daisies or roses.
I think these styles are pretty cool for a romantic 60s hippie boho vibe. Again, I think these hairstyles are a bit more complicated than they depict, but in the 60s most everyone actually did structured hairdos so it seemed plausible.