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September 05, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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BY SUSAN WEINGARDEN

A

s summer days
shorten and fade
into fall, thoughts turn
to change in fashion
and styles. Experts predict
warm fall colors in hair tones
and make-up, and fuller hair
styles to compliment fitted
clothes.
Most important for fall
grooming is treating sun
damaged hair and skin and
restoring them to a natural,
silky, healthy look. "The biggest
problem in the fall is getting
hair back to normal after being
in chlorine and the sun," said
BELLISSIMA HAIR DESIGN
owner, Neal Levey. "Damaged
hair will need conditioners for a
smooth healthy look."
"There are different ways to
condition," said DANIEL J.
HAIR SALON owner, Daniel
Soller. "I recommend
conditioning treatments with
moisturizers. We seal
conditioners in with clear
cellophane or prisms to lock
moisture in and add more
shine."
Both stylists say fall hair styles
will change with the fashions.
"Hair mimics fashion," Soller
said. "We'll see more fitted
shapes with more flare at the
bottom in clothing, and hair
styles will have more width
through the sides and less
height on the top.
SoIler also foresees a lot of

12 FALL '87

body waves and underperming.
"For straighter styles, we will
see shorter backs with stacking
and fringing forward. Neckline
length will get shorter to
accommodate high collars and
bulky knits."
Levey predicts hair will be
longer and more flowy this fall
to compliment the stretch knits
and tighter fashions. "Body
perms will be blown straight on
the top leaving hair curlier on
the sides. We will continue to
use styling aids such as gel
and mousse, and hair pieces
will continue to accent styles."
Highlighting and shading will
be important procedures for
hair this winter. "Light brown
and reds will be strong," Levey
said. "Blonds will have
highlights on the top and more
natural colors towards the nape
of the neck." "This fall we will
see a lot of brown and black
clothing," adds Soller. "To
complement that we will see
more warm tones with a lot of
gold in hair color."
While facialists feel skin
needs careful treatment all year
round, (including sun blocks)
they agree that special care is
needed after a summer of sun,
clogged pores and dry skin.
"The skin produces more oil
in summer and gets more
clogged," said Aryana Nitkis,
co-owner of LA NEIGE. "I
recommend a facial every

FACING
UP TO
FALL

MAKE UP IS EITHER
BRIGHT, WITH A
POLISHED RED MOUTH,
OR PALE AND NATURAL.
HAIR IS MARCELLED
INTO FI\GER WAVES.

Bright makeup colors offset the
generally dark colors that pre-
dominate in clothes. The emphasis
is on a polished look, with a
brightly colored mouth and dra-
matic eyes. Photo by Stephanie
Lawrence.

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