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March 26, 1988 - Image 134

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-26

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TIPS
FROM THE
PROS

BY MONA GRIGG

uddenly it's spring. The
sun comes out, the
winter wraps come off,
and we see with
amazing, and sometimes
appalling, clarity that our bodies
could use a little toning, our skin
lacks its usual vibrance, and our
hair ... Well, it needs something
a new style, a new perm, a
new conditioner — something.
We asked some of our local
beauty and fitness experts to tell
us what's new and to share

IS

BIRMINGHAM

189 S. Woodward

647.7873

some tips on getting in shape
for summer. Here's what they
had to say

MAKE-UP

Samia for Hanan at
Bellissima, Southfield
"For spring and summer,
1988, makeup tones will be
muted to achieve a less made-
up look. Eyelid colors are sheer,
such as khaki, gold and coral
tones. Brows are defined,
cheeks are 'less than less' color.

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IN STYLE

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