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Old 02-26-2007, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default Anyone think that Shirley's Hairstyle was sooooooooooo much better once she moved to

California? That's the main reason i like the california eps, Shirley was very SEXY. In Milwaukee she was a plain jane and had a dull looking hairstyle but she defintely turned everything around once she left Wisconsin
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Yeah, in some of the early episodes she looked like Mo from the 3 Stoogies.
I think short hair was the main style for that era though.
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Yes, it looked great because it was a little longer and had more waves and curl to it.

I noticed that her haircolor seemed lighter in the California episodes, kind of auburn.
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True! Shirley's hair was lighter when they moved to CA/Burbank!
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Yes, it looked great because it was a little longer and had more waves and curl to it.

I noticed that her haircolor seemed lighter in the California episodes, kind of auburn.


Yup that's what it was-The Length and Color
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Yeah, in some of the early episodes she looked like Mo from the 3 Stoogies.
I think short hair was the main style for that era though.

Great Comparison, LOL Yes that was a awful Hairo-lol Season 1 and 2 was YUCK
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Gotta disagree. I thought that Cindy Williams looked great with short and dark hair. Not many women can carry that look off and still look feminine. Shirley had an almost Audrey Hepburn-esque flair in the first few seasons.

I never disliked Shirley with longer hair, though. However, that mousy light brown color in the first two California seasons was horrendous and did nothing for her, and I wasn't a big fan of the auburn hair that she had for a while in Season 2 Milwaukee.
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Gotta disagree. I thought that Cindy Williams looked great with short and dark hair. Not many women can carry that look off and still look feminine. Shirley had an almost Audrey Hepburn-esque flair in the first few seasons.

I never disliked Shirley with longer hair, though. However, that mousy light brown color in the first two California seasons was horrendous and did nothing for her, and I wasn't a big fan of the auburn hair that she had for a while in Season 2 Milwaukee.


That mousy light brown Color did something for me-LOL
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Yup that's what it was-The Length and Color
It seemed like she blossomed shortly after moving to California. New location, new life, new Shirley. LOL
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It seemed like she blossomed shortly after moving to California. New location, new life, new Shirley. LOL

Laverne was HARDER on the eye whenever she stood next to Shirley, especially during the CA years-LOL
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Well, there is a five year age difference between Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams. It wasn't that noticeable in the early years of the show, but Penny Marshall's weight loss in the later years of the show made it more apparent, IMO.
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Well, there is a five year age difference between Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams. It wasn't that noticeable in the early years of the show, but Penny Marshall's weight loss in the later years of the show made it more apparent, IMO.
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