blonde bombshells

The female role is whatever the female wants it to be.


01. ‘Somethin’ Bad About To Happen’ - Miranda Lambert feat. Carrie Underwood
02. ‘Boom Boom Boom’ - John Lee Hooker & ZZ Top
03. ‘Cold Hard Bitch’ - Jet
04. ‘I Think I’m Paranoid’ - Garbage
05. ‘Bourbon Street’ - Jeff Tuohy
06. ‘Hey Mama’ - David Guetta & Nicki Minaj feat. Afrojack & Bebe Rexha
07. ‘I’m An Albatraoz’ - AronChupa
08. ‘Roundtable Rival’ - Lindsey Stirling
09. ‘Crank It Like A Chainsaw’ - Family Force 5
10. ‘Bombshell Blonde’ - Owl City
Bonus Track: ‘Bad Reputation’ - Joan Jett

Playlist for the Fake AH Crew’s chainsaw wielding badass


Blonde Bombshells + Lips

Jean Harlow, Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, Diana Dors, Jayne Mansfield, Mamie Van Doren


Blonde Bombshells + The history of the Platinum Blonde & Hairstyles

The first star who appeared and had gained publicity around this hair color was Jean Harlow: knowing as The Original Blonde Bombshell of Hollywood, during the 1930′s, her hair became a new symbol for the public - despite the decades who passed, the main ingredients in Clorox bleach in the 1930’s are the same ingredients in Clorox bleach today - something that, when mixed with ammonia, produces noxious gas, hydrochloric acid, and apparently, a star-worthy shade of blonde. This harsh and painful process, her stylist said, she’d have done weekly. During the 1940′s, Betty Grable became really well known for her elaborated list of hairstyles, with big rollers. Her mark until nowadays is what we call the “Poodle Hairstyle”, (as you can see in the picture of the post). But the big “boom” for blondes were on the fifties: Marilyn Monroe is probably one of the most well known of them all, at this time, the curls were smoothed and brushed - what many people in nowadays ask is: “But how they did it?” the technique that was most used at this time was the “pin curl” - after they washed their hair, they would separate small sections of hair, curl with their fingers and pin with clips, for the nice weaves and curls, they made the alternate pin curls, (you can see the technique being used on Jayne Mansfield in the picture of this post) . The brushing was the key to give you the effect that you wanted, Diana Dors was known for her impeccable ‘Page Boy’ hairstyle (as in this picture), and Jayne Mansfield for soft curls with a big volume on the front 


Jayne Mansfield surrounded by her shaped hot water bottles in the pool of her house, Mansfield’s Madness, (the house she lived before purchasing the ‘Pink Palace’), 1957

The Hot Water Bottle is 22 inches long, and made of hard plastic molded into the shape of Jayne’s body. The idea came from one of her promoters. In 1957, during the height of her fame, they started to be commercialized. It was an immediate success and in the advertisements it was saying: “Wow! Dig this glamorous hot water bottle

PS: The hot water bottles are still being sold in nowadays