Women's 1950s Hairstyles: An Overview - Hair & Makeup Artist Handbook (2022)

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Here’s a look at women’s 1950s hairstyles. Following on from the hardship of World War II and rationing, the fifties was a time of relative prosperity. Disposable income combined with an increase in mass media encouraged the consumption of fashion. New hair care products were designed to allow women to do their hair easily at home – and ladies did everything possible to change their hair.

Influences on Women's 1950s Hairstyles

Film Stars

Leading ladies like Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Dorothy Dandridge, Debbie Reynolds, and Doris Day influenced the latest hairstyles.Others likeMarilyn MonroeandJayne Mansfieldhad their trademark looks.

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Television

While movies and the people in them were still very influential, television was the next big thing. More and more people were now devoting their free time to staying in and watching the box. Subsequently, this influenced how people saw themselves and the world around them.

Lucille Ballis arguably the biggest star of television during the 1950s. Her sitcomI Love Lucy(1951-7) was one of the most-watched programmes in America.

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Mass media influenced beauty ideals and fashion.Hair and makeup advertsfeatured in all forms of media, including TV, cinema and magazines. The biggest stars of the day adorned the covers, such as Lucille Ball, who appeared on moreTV Guidecovers than any other person to date.

Italian Passion

There was a love for Italian fashions, attitude and lifestyle during the 1950s, particularly in the USA.Italian filmslikeLa Strada(1954) sparked the ‘storia d’amore’.

Hollywood films with an Italian connection also sparked the love – for example,Three Coins in the Fountain(1954),The Rose Tattoo (1955), andSummertime(1955).

Hairdressers

Hairdressers were making their mark, creating styles for their wealthy clients and helping to popularise fashion styles.

Raymond Bessone(also known as Mr Teasie-Weasie) wastheBritish hairdresser during the 1950s. He often appeared on television and could be considered the first celebrity hairdresser with clients such as Diana Dors. He loved to use bold colour in his clients’ hair, and his chain of hair salons was very successful.

Louis Alexandre Raimon(known as Alexandre de Paris) was a famous French hairdresser who styled various stars of the screen, including Greta Garbo, Audrey Hepburn, Liz Taylor, and Lauren Bacall.

The prominent hairdresser for the Hollywood movie industry wasSydney Guilaroff– the first hairdresser to get a screen credit for their work. Since the 1930s, Guilaroff had done the hair on many films. His status was such that iconic 1950s actressGrace Kellychose him to style her hair for her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco.

The Teenager

Teenagersbecame a recognised demographic in the 1950s. Having less pressure to grow up as quickly as their parents, they could dedicate more time to leisure and had money to spend. Consequently, the hair companies noticed and made products specifically geared towards the teen market.

(Video) Teenage Hairstyles of the '50s: Techniques & Accessories (1956) | British Pathé

Teenagers, in particular, wereinfluenced by music, especially whenrock and rollrocketed into the charts in the mid-’50s. Rock and roll was the music upstart of the decade, defining the 1950s teenager.

However, it was more than just a music style, meaning it also influenced attitudes, fashion, hair and lifestyle. It also divided the younger and older generations but brought young black and white audiences together.

Here is a video from 1956 showing some styles for teens using accessories:

Popular 1950s Hairstyles

The Poodle Cut

This short and tightly curled hairstyle resembled a poodle’s coat, hence the name. It was also known as a bubble cut. It was popular in the first half of the 1950s and was a good hairstyle for women with naturally curly hair.

The Italian Cut

The Italian cut hairstyle emerged in 1953, predominantly inspired by the stars of Italian movies, and became a popular choice for women.

It was a short and curly style like the poodle cut, but less tightly curled. It was a shaggy and loose yet sculptured hairstyle featuring all-over waves, soft curls and fluffy kiss curls.

Italian screen sirensGina LollobrigidaandSophia Lorenhad the Italian cut.Elizabeth Tayloralso adopted it at one point.

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Soft Bob

This women’s 1950s hairstyle was for medium length hair. It was a softer and slightly fuller version of the poodle cut. Here, the curls were looser and more brushed into waves. It could also have a little lift and volume to it.

It was a popular and versatile hairstyle that the wearer could adapt to suit their face shape.

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The Cube Cut

The cube was a very short haircut with a fringe that was popular in Britain in the mid-1950s. The hair at the sides was cut across at mid-ear length, creating an angular and stepped look.

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Video from 1955 looking at the cube cut and temporary hair colouring:

The Gamine Look or Pixie Cut

It was a short layered hairstyle with a high fringe that emerged in the early 1950s.

Several actresses wore this style, most noticeablyAudrey Hepburn. Her long hair was cut short during a scene inRoman Holiday(1953) as a mark of her character’s independence.

There were also other short, masculine haircuts, such as thebutch cut.

Pageboy or Brushed Under Bob

This fashionable and versatile hairstyle could vary in length from quite a short bob to shoulder-length.

The hair was styled to be sleek and smooth, possibly with a slight wave at the front or the sides – that all depended on the wearer’s choice. Ultimately, the hair was always curled under to form a continuous and smooth U-shaped roll around the back and sides.

Grace Kellyoften wore her jaw-length hair in a sleek pageboy.Marilyn Monroesometimes styled her hair this way too.

Long Hair & Horsetails

Most women over the age of 20 would generally wear their hair in a shorter style. However, some women did have long hair, particularly teenagers, students and “Beat Girls” likeBettie Page.

While long hair could be left down (like Bettie Page), tying it back into a ponytail was also fashionable – known in the 1950s as a horsetail.

Theponytailwas a popular look for Western teenagers. It was so fashionable for young women that it was the hairstyle seen on the first version of Barbie in 1959.

It remained a popular look throughout the 1950s.Audrey Hepburnwore her long hair in a pony with a short fringe inFunny Face(1957). The 1950s fringe was short, finishing no longer than the middle of the forehead.

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(Video) Everyday Vintage (1950's) Hair Tutorial

Bouffant

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The modern bouffant started in the mid-’50s, becoming more popular by the end of the decade. It increased in size as the decade came to a close and started to see hair piled high on top of the head – a forerunner of the beehive.

Themain elements of a bouffanthairstyle were volume and height. Backcombing and hairspray were needed to keep this look set rock solid. Ultimately, women might not touch their bouffant until their hair needed washing out.

Large wire mesh rollerswere now on the market and were used to help set the hair with the lift needed for a bouffant style.

Black Women's 1950s Hairstyles

Straighteningwas carried out at home or in a black beauty salon.

The hot comb method(as used in previous decades) was still the primary method of straightening until chemical relaxers became more available. Firstly, a protective pomade or oil was put through the hair, followed by a heated metal comb. It transformed tight curls into glossy straight hair. The straightened hair was styled as required, staying this way until it got wet or washed.

Chemical hair relaxerswere a permanent solution, as the hair stayed straight even after contact with water. It eliminated the need for hot combs.

Wigswere also popular as a quick and easy way to have the latest fashionable style. They removed the need for the time-consuming and potentially painful process of straightening.

Towards the end of the 1950s, a tiny minority of women started toleave their hair naturaland not straightened. It would set the ball rolling for the politically charged afro revolution of the1960s.

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Setting & Perming Hair

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There were two main ways to create curls and waves in hair – a wet set or perm.

The more traditional wet set techniques include using pin curls or rollers. First of all, a setting lotion would be applied to the wet hair, then the hair and set in pin curls or rollers. A drying hood baked the set into place.

Permingcreated longer-lasting sets, avoiding the need to wet set the hair as frequently.

Temporary & Fashion Hair Colours

Colouring products and techniques advanced in the 1950s, allowing women to change their hair colour on a whim at home. For example,one-step productsthat allowed hair to be bleached, shampooed and dyed easily at home came onto the market in 1950.

Some products allowed women to add bleached or coloured streaks to their hair. As a result,women became experimental with hair colourand liked to change it whenever it suited them.

Women didn’t just dye their hair in natural colours either – fashion colours were popular. As well as dying their hair one colour, women would also havetwo-tone hairstyles. For example, the front may be dyed green, and the back of the hair a dark grey.

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Temporary colouring products were also popular. They allowed women to spruce up their hair in no time to match their outfit – as well as remove it without hassle. Products included sprays, paints, powders, and little hairpieces called flashes.

Gold and silver streaks painted onto the hair dressed it up. There were also metallic powders that could be were sprinkled or puffed into the hair to create an all-over shimmer effect. These coloured sprays and paint-on lacquer products were washed or brushed out easily.

The small flashes of coloured hair could be attached to someone’s hair with a grip or glued onto the front hairline with spirit gum. Also known aschameleon streaks, they came in a multitude of colours. Hair flashes were easily removed for use again at some point.

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Two-tone hair demonstrated here by hairdresser Raymond Bessone:

Video from 1955 demonstrating hair flashes, or chameleon streaks:

Hair Accessories

False Hair

Hairpieces were used to add detail, like a chignon or a plait. They alsoadded length or volume, as sometimes hair fashions changed quicker than hair could grow. Therefore, a woman could easily turn short hair into an updo for the evening.

Pieces came in all sorts of colours so they could be colour-matched to the wearer’s hair colour. Likewise, a fashion colour could create contrast. Some hairpieces came ready curled and styled – they just needed pinning onto the head and dressing in with the natural hair.

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Flowers

Wearing flowers in the hair was popular with teens. In the mid-1950s, flowers became quite trendy and wreaths of carnations and daisies were worn around the head. A rose corsage was worn on the side of the head or pinned into a chignon.

Headbands

Headbands were made of plastic, metal and material. They could be plain or decorated with things like flowers, jewels or fur.

Headbands helped when growing out shorter hairstyles like the Italian cut. For example, a thin headband was placed over the front hair, pulling it smooth. The back hair would then be fluffed out.

Scarves

Made from material like silk organza, headscarves were loosely draped over the head and tied under the chin. If the material was long enough, they were also tied around the neck.

Women's 1950s Hats

Hats were essential for all but the most casual occasions in the early 1950s. However, by the mid-’50s, hats became worn less often, as the formality of having a hat, gloves and bag was tailing off.

Most 1950s hats were small and compact. The exception was sun hats – a wider-brimmed cartwheel type hat designed to keep the sun off the face in summer.

Hats came in various colours and could feature all sorts of decorative items, like feathers, rhinestones, pearls, or a veil.

Popular 1950s hats included:

  • Lampshade or flowerpot hat.
  • The circle hat – a very flat and thin circular hat that could consist of a few layers.
  • French berets – especially liked by Beatnik college students.
  • The pillbox – popular throughout the 1950s and into the 1960s.
  • The mushroom – a full hat with a mushroom-shaped brim.
  • Juliet caps – a small skull cap type hat designed to show off hairstyles like the Italian cut.
  • Bouffant Brims – a flying-saucer-shaped hat designed to be worn with a bouffant hairstyle.
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Sources:
Corson, R. (2000).Fashions in Hair: The First Five Thousand Years.Peter Owen.
Sherrow V. (2001).For Appearances’ Sake: The Historical Encyclopedia of Good Looks, Beauty and Grooming.Greenwood.
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FAQs

What was the most popular hairstyle in the 1950's? ›

The Poodle Cut

This short and tightly curled hairstyle resembled a poodle's coat, hence the name. It was also known as a bubble cut. It was popular in the first half of the 1950s and was a good hairstyle for women with naturally curly hair. Lucille Ball and Jackie Kennedy (on her wedding day).

How do 50s curl short hair? ›

And then wrap it kind of like underneath. And towards my hair. And then take it out very gently. And

What hair products did they use in the 1950s? ›

One ingredient in 1950s hair spray was vinyl chloride monomer; used as an alternative to chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), it was subsequently found to be both toxic and flammable. Hair gels, such as Dippity-do, came in a variety of forms such as spray or jelly, and were referred to as "setting gels".

How do I do my hair like Downton Abbey? ›

Again we're twisting it back towards we've done in the back back off the face or back off the face

How did ladies wear their hair in the 50s? ›

Many regular women who chose to keep their long hair also preferred straight hair that they pulled back into elegant waves and chignons. Front hair was styled into soft curls, a deep side part, or long wave, while the back was arranged in a low bun, cluster of curls, braid, or twisted ropes.

How do you do 50's hairstyle? ›

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How do you make old fashioned waves in your hair? ›

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How do you make vintage soft curls? ›

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How do you curl your hair with vintage style? ›

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What shampoos were used in the 1950s? ›

The main shampoos I remember are Sunsilk, Supersoft, Vosene and Loxene. All shops selling toiletries sold shampoo in sachets as well as bottles. There were no conditioners. The first one to hit the market was called Tame Creme Rinse.

What makeup did they wear in the 50s? ›

The classic 1950s makeup look consisted of red lipstick, with obviously made-up yet elegant eyes. It was essential to emphasise eyes while retaining a natural glamour. Eyeliner and mascara created the definition of the eyes. Eyeshadow was simple, with only one colour worn.

Did people dye their hair in the 1950s? ›

While in the 1950s only 4-7% of American women dyed their hair, by the 1970s, the figure had risen to some 40%. By 2015, an estimated 70% of American women were using it.

How do you do a Gibson tuck? ›

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How do you do finger waves? ›

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Did they wear makeup in Downton Abbey? ›

It genuinely is like a family, and continues to be so." Since the show's premiere in 2011, Oldham has been tasked with doing the hair and makeup for the beloved period drama. "When we started the first season, the looks were completely natural," she recalls recreating the beauty of the 1910s and 1920s.

How do you do 1950s hair rollers? ›

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How do you do a 1950's ponytail? ›

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How do you do 50s front curl? ›

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How do you do 1950s makeup? ›

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How do you make a beehive hairstyle? ›

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How do you pin up the front of your hair? ›

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How do I get big vintage curls? ›

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How can I get vintage curls without heat? ›

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How do you do vintage curls with rollers? ›

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How do you do Veronica Lake curls? ›

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How do you do the Jessica Rabbit waves? ›

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How do you curl vintage bangs? ›

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How do you style loose curls? ›

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How do I get beachy waves in my hair? ›

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What is the oldest shampoo? ›

The first version of liquid shampoo (still “soap”) was invented in 1927 by Hans Schwarzkopf. Since 1927, liquid has been the most common form factor for hair cleansing. It was not until 1933 that Hans Schwarzkopf created a soap-free liquid.

When did they stop making Prell shampoo? ›

It was pulled from the market in 2009, after Prestige Brands sold Prell, along with anti-dandruff shampoo Denorex, to Ultimark.

What was Dippity Do used for? ›

Dippity-Do has been around forever… women in the '60s used Dippity-Do Setting Lotion to set their curlers at night before going to bed.

What color nail polish was popular in the 50s? ›

1950s nail polish

Nail polish was co-ordinated by manufactures to match their lipsticks. Therefore, pinks, reds and coral were all popular.

How do you do 50s inspiration? ›

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Did they contour in the 50s? ›

Light pink blush: The ever-popular contour didn't appear much in makeup looks in the 1950s. Instead, women used blush and rouge to define their cheekbones.

What's the rarest hair color? ›

Red is the rarest hair color, according to Dr. Kaplan, and that's because so few MC1R variants are associated with the shade. “Only three variants are associated with red hair,” she says. “If a person has two of these three variants, they almost certainly have red hair.

What was the first hair Colour? ›

In 1863, a professor named William Henry Perkins was trying to formulate a cure for Malaria but instead, he inadvertently created the first permanent hair dye. The only hiccup? The hue: It was a purply pink.

What is the most common hair color? ›

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The United States has predominantly black and brown hair in the population, with 85 percent for black hair and 11 percent for brown hair.

What is a Gibson Girl hairstyle? ›

Gibson Girl

Gibson Girl
The Gibson Girl was the personification of the feminine ideal of physical attractiveness as portrayed by the pen-and-ink illustrations of artist Charles Dana Gibson during a 20-year period that spanned the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the United States.
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hairstyle is simply a fluffy bouffant that adds beautiful yet whimsical focus to the wearer's face, accentuating their features in an effortless manner.

How do you do a Edwardian bun? ›

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How do you do a low tucked updo? ›

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What is Fingerwave hairstyle? ›

Finger waves

Finger waves
Marcelling is a hair styling technique in which hot curling tongs are used to induce a curl into the hair. Its appearance was similar to that of a finger wave but it is created using a different method.
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are a hairstyle that is currently most popular among Black and Brown women. It involves shaping the hair into flat “S-shaped” waves, most often against the scalp. These waves create a sophisticated and dynamic look that can elevate even the most casual outfit.

How do you do vintage waves on short hair? ›

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How do you do finger waves on short Caucasian hair? ›

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Did the actors wear wigs on Downton Abbey? ›

All of the leads had their own bespoke wigs that were made exactly for them — all fitted for the color and the texture. You'd always do that for leads, anyway, but there are lots of leads in Downton. When they all went home at night, we could dress and prepare the wigs accordingly before they came back the next day.

Did Downton Abbey wear wigs? ›

There is a lot of wig wearing on Downton. Phyllis Logan who plays Mrs. Hughes says the hairpieces have names. Her first wig was called Elsa.

Who did the hair in Downton Abbey? ›

As the hair and makeup designer for seasons one and two (and an Emmy winner for her work on the first episode), Anne "Nosh" Oldham helped establish the signature looks for the main characters, defining their different eras and classes.

Were bangs popular in the 1950s? ›

Thick, short fringe as bangs became popular in a big way thanks to the sultry style of pin-up Betty Page. The bangs were cut straight across, low and almost to the eyebrows, and paired with a thick mane of curled hair. The end result was volume all around the face.

What hairstyles were popular in the 1950s for men? ›

Since for styling 50's hairstyles men used to apply a lot of oil, they were known as greasers. Among the most common styles, there were a pompadour, a duck tail, a jelly roll, a slicked back and any combination of them.

Are victory rolls 50s? ›

Victory rolls are a 1940s hairdo that was very popular at that time. During the 1950s, this haircut was still popular. The stylists of that time came up with a lot of various styles. Some of these styles were so fascinating that they are still in use today.

What fashion was popular in the 50s? ›

Straight stovepipe trousers, velvet-collar jackets, white shirts, colorful socks, suede creeper shoes, and carefully combed-back hair completed the look. In the United States, film stars Marlon Brando and James Dean popularized jeans, white shirts, leather jackets, and greased-back hair.

How do you do a 1950's ponytail? ›

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Did people dye their hair in the 1950s? ›

While in the 1950s only 4-7% of American women dyed their hair, by the 1970s, the figure had risen to some 40%. By 2015, an estimated 70% of American women were using it.

What is a Boston hair cut? ›

A Boston neckline is a back contour of a man's hair style in which the hair of the back of the neck is cut high and in a straight line across the neck, which is shaved. The Boston neckline originated in the USA during the early 20th century and subsequently came to Britain where it is variously interpreted by barbers.

How do I slick my hair back like 50s? ›

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What hairstyle suits a 50 year old? ›

If your hair is fine, it's better to try a short-to-medium version of a bob haircut, a cheeky pixie

pixie
A pixie cut is a short hairstyle, generally short on the back and sides of the head and slightly longer on the top, with very short bangs. It is a variant of a crop. The name is derived from the mythological pixie.
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, or another short hairstyle that adds volume and texture to your mane. Thick hair looks awesome in layered medium and long styles; however, you can try anything from an extra short pixie to long bobs.

What was a fad in the 1950s? ›

One of the biggest 1950's fads was the hula hoop. While the practice of using a hoop for fun and exercise has been around for a long time, the modern hula hoop was invented by Arthur K. Melin and Richard Knerr, who marketed the product under their company Wham-O in 1958.

How do you do vintage hair rolls? ›

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How do you make a vintage bun? ›

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How do you do bumper bangs? ›

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What did girls in the 1950s wear? ›

For less formal occasions, girls might wear a blouse and full skirt held up with suspenders (as seen on the right in figure 24) and covered in a matching jacket or cardigan. Novelty items like the poodle skirt (Fig. 28) were also popular, while sheath dresses and slacks became acceptable options later in the decade.

What colors were popular in the 1950s fashion? ›

There were three major color trends in the 50s; pastel, modern and Scandinavian. Pastel colors that were particularly popular were pink, turquoise, mint green, pale yellow and blue. Modern colors were clean and bright and included vibrant yellow, electric blue, orange, red, black and white.

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