Bettie Page was cultural icon of the 1950s who forwarded an air of mystical mysterious around her. Popularly referred to as the Queen of Pinups, she was famous for her free spirited demeanour and unabashed sensuality. Her trademark short bangs, natural brunette hair, sparkling blue eyes and voluptuous figure was and is still influential to artists. She started her career as a pinup model and soon reached the zenith of success due to her no-inhibition personality and dare to bare attitude. She became a home name after the launch of her picture as the Playboy Playmate of the Month in the January 1955 issue of the magazine, Playboy. What made her different from the rest was that unlike other pinup models whose career lasted for just about a couple of months, she was in demand for years. She frequently posed nude but never made appearances in explicitly sexual scenes. However, the escalating career faced a somewhat back gear when Page became a born-again Christian. She turned to evangelic activities, vanishing from the public eye and working to serve at various missionaries. She regained fame in 1980s after a resurgence of her photographs from her shoots in 1950s. To know more about her life and career, read through the following lines.