Changes in hairstyles mean changes in equipment. The days of the 'style and set' are long gone. The overhead salon dryer of old, vital for 'setting', is now often only found in local neighbourhood salons that cater to the clientele who used them in their heyday in the fifties and sixties. The overhead salon dryer can be more easily found on film setting Doris Day's perfectly coiffed hair, in period pieces such as the TV series Mad Men, or in the ultimate kitsch film, Grease. In the latter, the song "Beauty School Drop Out" recreates the Fifties' version of the beauty salon.