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September 05, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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from France and Japan,
including a special product to
lighten pigmentation of sun
Tamara Friedman, owner of
BEAUTE, recommends deep
cleansing facials to eliminate
dead surface cells. "Body
treatment is also important after
being in the sun. I recommend
a salt glow treatment to help rid
the body of toxin waste and
dead cells.
"It is important to take care of
yourself all year round. A body
massage is therapeutic and the
best preventive medicine."
Following fashion, warm
colors will also be predominant
in fall make-up colors. Samia
Harb, make-up artist for Hanan
cosmetics at BELLISSIMA,
suggests putting powder over
foundation to give the skin a
warmer glow. "We use muted

Restoring sun
damaged hair and
skin are most
important for fall

foundations close to the skin
shade. Eye colors will be on the
neutral side, such as taupe and
khaki. Eyes will be defined with
brown and plum liners, and lips
will be bright but warm, such
as a coral red.
"Eyebrows will be defined
with pencil, and cheeks and
lips should always match in the
same color tone."
Sharon Raskin, make-up artist
at LA NEIGE, suggests matte
shadows and light foundations.
"We will be using African
colors: peaches, rusts, violets
and golds. Look for women to
wear false eye lashes."
Tamara Friedman suggests
neutral colors and a sheer base
Continued on Page 100

16 FALL '87

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