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August 23, 1985 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-23

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- G.G. WARREN C

OW

FALL FASHION PREVIEW

FASHION JEWELRY & HANDBAG

located in the Daniel J. Salo
29977 Orchard Lake Road
1 Block North of 13 Mile Rd.
855-1
Farmington Hills

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40 Jewish News

Choosing the right perfume is a
matter of chemistry — your body
chemistry. What smells great on one
person doesn't smell as good on
another. A perfume that seems to last
forever on one person's skin may fade
rapidly on another's.
But finding the right perfume need
not be a mysterious process. Perfumes
are divided by manufacturers into eight
categories, according to what ingred-
ients they contain, like florals and
spices. When you go perfume shop-
ping, look for two different types of
fragrances: one for day and one for
evening. Your daytime perfume should
be lighter and brisker than your even-
ing perfume.

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SINGLE BREASTED,
DOUBLE BREASTED.
WRAP TOP COATS
IN WINTER WHITE
BLACK, CHARCOAL
AND OLIVE ($295)

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Scent
Sense

When you perfume shop, do not
wear any fragrances, induding scented
powder. Ask the salesperson to recom-
mend fragrances, and tell her what per-
fumes you have bought before and en-
joyed. You may want to stick to your
long-time favorites, or experiment with
some newer perfumes on the market.
On any one perfume shopping trip,
try on two or three perfumes at the
most. Test the perfume by dabbing a
drop inside a wrist or elbow. Waft about
15 minutes for the alcohol in the per-
fume to evaporate, then sniff the per-
fume. If you don't like any of the per-
fumes you've tested, don't try to wipe
off one perfume and test another —
you will only adulterate the fragrances.
Once you have found a fragrance
you like, try the following tips to make
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