The translated journaling reads..
The swinging 60’s, was the decade of revolution. It was the decade of pop music and of the famous music groups like Beatles, Rolling Stones etc. Like pop music, fashion went through a revolution in the 60s. The mini-skirt became the most popular way to dress for young women and short hair, in the geometric style was the “in” look. The classic flip, however, remained 'in' for most of the decade. Other popular hairstyles were the beehive, a typical Audrey Hepburn look, the pixie, before long hair came back in the hippy era. By the end of the sixties, the look was long, flowing hair, hippy beads and kaftans. 70s fashion began where the 60s left off. Mini skirts were popular and the flower power influence was everywhere. Farah Faucett’ s hairstyle was very populal
In those two decades, I copied the hairstyle of the famous top models or the era, such as Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Veruschka, Jane Fonta, Farah Faucett. In the decades of 80 and 90 I made permanent. However, the first hairstyle that I was copied was that of our new and young Queen, Anna Maria, in 1965. I was 16teen years old then.

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