Breck Shampoo Magazine Ads Package
Breck Shampoo! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 15 Magazine Ads in this package.
Products include: (1974) Breck Shampoo Girl. The only leading shampoo that isn't mostly detergent. Dianne Harris of Denver, Colorado. Artist: Ralph William Williams. (1965) Breck, the only leading shampoo that doesn't have a synthetic detergent base. It's the natural formula that cleans gently and thoroughly. But never over-cleans. Breck's tender lather encourages natural shine, natural body and natural manageability. Of course, not all hair is alike. So Breck provides three shampoo formulas - for dry, normal and oily hair. One is right for you. (1978) Breck Girl Susan Hood. Susan is attending the University of Arkansas on a scholarship she received from Breck as winner of America's Junior Miss hair styling contest. Artist: James Donnelly. (1965) Breck Concentrate Shampoo. The only shampoo with Sartron to put new bounce into your hair. Two formulas: All-Family and For Dry Hair. (1959) Breck Banish Dandruff Shampoo. It contains an exclusive new dandruff-control compound, 22T4, which leaves its influence on the scalp even after you rinse. (1959) Breck Hair Set Mist. A soft, fine spray that is good to your hair holds curls beautifully in place for hours. (1959) Breck RCA Victor Album. New Golden Age of Sound Albums featuring New "Miracle Surface" on Living Stereo Records. Also shown: Children Shampoo. (1959) Breck Creme Rinse. It is especially helpful in the care of dry, brittle hair. In 1930 Dr. John H. Breck, Sr. of Springfield, Massachusetts, founded Breck Shampoo. Advertising that "every woman is different," by the 1950s, the shampoo was available in three expressions, color-coded for easy identity. In 1936, son Edward J. Breck assumed management of Breck Shampoo and hired commercial artist Charles Gates Sheldon to draw women for their advertisements. Sheldon's early portraits for Breck were done in pastels, with a soft focus and halos of light and color surrounding them. He created romantic images of feminine beauty and purity. He preferred to draw "real women" as opposed to professional models. In 1957 Ralph William Williams succeeded Sheldon as the Breck artist. Breck Girls: 1937 Roma Whitney Armstrong at age 17, first Breck Girl, 1937 Anya Taranda (1915-1970), 1937 Alice Anderson (1917-?), 1948 Marylin Skelton, 1963 Ginny Guild, 1965 Patti Boyd, 1968 Cheryl Tiegs, 1968 Cybill Shepherd, 1971, 1973 Jaclyn Smith, 1972, 1974 Kim Basinger, 1974 Brooke Shields, 1975 Farrah Fawcett, 1976 Erin Gray, 1978 Michelle Robin, 1981 Christie Brinkley, 1987 Cecilia Gouge. And More!
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