What makes this paper doll interesting are the three 'wigs' that provide a novel touch to the book. I've always thought the dresses a bit nondescript and discovered recently that they were used by Saalfield in an earlier set and re-produced without any alteration in this one.
It is the detachable heads that make this set so memorable with names that sound like ice-cream sundaes - Banana Blonde, Spiced Strawberry and Chocolate Parfait!
I can't see a date on the cover which is unusual but I would have been given it in the mid to late 60's.
The set consists of one doll. The original is shown on the right and the same doll with the blonde 'wig' on the left. I think having complete heads like this is very effective as hair on its own can sometimes look a bit scrappy.
Here are they are in one of the dresses.
This is my favourite page in the book with the three different glamorous looks provided by the Wig Shoppe.
Inside my original copy of the book I have some magazine cut-outs of hairstyles from the era. They have nothing to do with the set but I must have included them to play along with the hairdressing theme.