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Sharon L. from Toronto, Ontario sent in this Hot Glam photo of herself. She said she was living in Hawaii at the time, where it must have been incredibly humid.
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Hello Ellen! I don't know if this will work or not but i wanted to give it a try. I am 17 years old and i wanted to talk to you about my parents. My parents need a vacation badly.My dad works 12 hour workdays, 7 days a week on his hands and Knee's.The work he does is killing his body. They have sacrificed so much for us. My parents have helped us fulfill our needs and dreams and I want to fulfill theirs. My dad is a fantastic chef, and he's always wanted to be a professional. I came up with a food truck idea. He love's food trucks and cooking.Plus he can take it anywhere with him and they can travel together with their food truck! I want to get my parents out of their hard labored jobs and into some of their dreams.I have some great ideas(if you want to hear them let me know;)I really want to do this for them and see them happy and not exhausted after a hard day at work. Ellen, you change people's lives everyday and I was hoping you could help me change my parents lives Theyaremyheros
Posted at 12:39PM on August 21st 2013 by Kaela Blanco
These photos look more real than today's pooh! Aa makeup artist for almost 15 years in Midwest From Politician to Dragqueen,Proms to weddings,simple makeup to gore F/Xs ... the 80's glamour had more spunk most modern "Over Photo-shopped" pics today. I know the 70's & 80's had a tackiness about them, their "Anything Goes" style is something today's kids are missing, I wish their was more humility in style today I personally will always admire the non-sence of "REAL T.G.I.F." Dynasty, Golden Girls, Jem & The Holograms, Degrasse High, Saved By the Bell & all the other styles that were photographed with real life pores and Lines in them :) You Go Glamour Shots!
Posted at 7:53AM on January 27th 2013 by Patrick Boltinghouse
I also worked for Glamor shots in Santa Monica Ca, and then went on to do Hair for Television and Movies. It was a great training ground. I learned so much about being a Fast worker! I loved that job! It paid nothing, but back then the happiness it gave women and children was enormous! We had 'Bolts of material' or feather Boa's,and we would wrap the women under the arms to look like they were wearing a dress, or something "Lame" and pose them. If they had a double chin we would make sure their arms crossed in front of them touching their shoulders, hence eradicating the chin same for the 'jowls' we would have them pose with arms under the chin and on the face...it made for the best gift ever for their loved one.
Posted at 7:53AM on January 27th 2013 by oyoyoyoy
It is amazing how rude and disgusting some of you people are. You must really have some deep hate for yourselves and your lives to write such terrible things about complete strangers. Get some help.
Posted at 7:22AM on January 27th 2013 by Jen
Isn't funny how some things others do make the rest of us look back and cringe?
Posted at 6:24AM on January 27th 2013 by Ann
Have they sued their Photographers?
Posted at 5:03AM on January 27th 2013 by Pedz
I HATE mine! It was the worst picture I ever had taken!!
Posted at 4:48AM on January 27th 2013 by Jeanine Mattison
i worked at glamour shots briefly as a teenager. all sorts of crazy things went on there. makeup artists, hairstylists & photographers unsupervised cause these results. we never stopped laughing at how serious people were about their "glamour shots" & now I am reminded of all the laughter & the dares to see who could make a client do anything. you cannot blame the posers so much in these pictures. blame the people that did that to them... or thank them deeply for the entertainment! by the way, pic sent in by Johnny P is THE BEST BY FAR! work it girl!
Posted at 3:55AM on January 27th 2013 by heven
Gee ur a sweet cake too David lol .. boo hahaha
Posted at 3:15AM on January 27th 2013 by Terri
Blame the 80’s...
Posted at 2:08AM on January 27th 2013 by Shingky
Ok some of these were pretty good and some were down right yikes... but after 20 years i bet the people who are in them are laughing at the pictures themselves.. i mean come on we all have photos that we can say oh man and laugh our butts off... that's what makes a memory good or bad...that's what makes us all human and we can laugh at the story of why it was done years down the road.
Posted at 1:37AM on January 27th 2013 by Mandy M
Some of thesethese are the most ugliest pics ever! lol Like pic 10 come on even in the 80s there were lines you didn't cross!
Posted at 11:37PM on January 26th 2013 by Jerry Haslehoff
. As for bashing a decade like the 80s is foolish, any type of life and prosperity before the 1990s which was a prelude to social demise needs to be praised, lets examine some facts 1. In the 1980s inflation was still managable meaning no matter what the hourly fedaral mininum wage was it still met the growing economy 2. You could literly walk into a gas station, mcdonalds, or large retail chain and get hire on the spot no bull @!?$# or red tape in the way. now a days you need a college essay, a long list of referances, 4 pages of personal info, and clean credit to just get a job at mcdonalds! 3. Employers werent forced to put you on a tax pay roll nor provide health care. meaning so called unions did not have the power to dictate labor policys.
Posted at 10:37PM on January 26th 2013 by peter desroches
I wouldn't want to sit behind her at a movie.
Posted at 9:23PM on January 26th 2013 by mary
It's Boy George.
Posted at 9:04PM on January 26th 2013 by Shinji Kagawa
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