This Is How We Do It

by Philip Gould/Corbis
by Philip Gould/Corbis

September 1, 1997

Two Medicare-eligible ladies in sensible flats don their finest LSU purple apparel (they have spirit, yes, they do) and enjoy a pre-game tailgate lap luncheon. 

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    1. That way, they just have to get it done once a week by “their girl.” When I go to my stylist, she is often giving reluctant perms to seniors who insist upon it. What if I turn out like that??

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      1. I feel you. If I go to bed w/ damp hair, I have crooked vertical curls and angular juttings out like I just survived a tsunami. But my mother-in-law gets her hair permed and it never changes. Sleep, get up, work on a ranch, go out to eat, decade after decade–it never changes. It is immortal. It’s the power of the poodle dog perm.

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