I believe in living today. Not in yesterday, nor in tomorrow.
I was not quite 4 when Mamma moved all of us and all our worldly goods to Hollywood.
Like charity, I believe glamour should begin at home.
Unless some misfortune has made it impossible, everyone can have good posture.
So I’m a square! Well, at least I’m not a square peg in a round hole.
Wearing the correct dress for any occasion is a matter of good manners.
Just because you want to be glamorous, don’t be a sheep about your eye makeup.
I was deaf and dumb and blind to all but me, myself and I.
What you don’t know intrigues you more than what you do know.
I’d thought of myself as a great big motion picture star from the time I was 6.
There is no personal achievement in being born beautiful.
I couldn’t bear it if anyone knew I had hardly any self-confidence at all.
Fashion should not be expected to serve in the stead of courage or character.
In silence – and in self-defense – I figured things out in my own little way.
I learned you have to fight for yourself in the picture business.
Glamour is something you can’t bear to be without once you’re used to it.
If you want a place in the sun, you have to expect a few blisters.
Love isn’t something you find. Love is something that finds you.
The split second she ceases to care is the only time a woman ceases to be attractive.
Nearly everyone I met, worked with, or read about was my teacher, one way or another.