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March 25, 1989 - Image 92

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-25

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Skrebneski captures
celebrity model Paulina
in her favorite hat and
eye makeup by Estee
Lauder.

S T ARRY E XTED

here are no ugly
women," the
poet Jean de la
Bruyere
ob-
served in the
18th century,
"only women
who do not
know how to look pretty"
There's no reason for not having
the look-pretty know-how, starting
with the Jeepers Peepers Factor.
Are your eyes something to
look at?
They are if you make up and
most of us do.
According to statistics, the two
cosmetics American women of all
ages buy the most are mascara and
eyeliner. In fact, eye cosmetics
outsell even lipstick and foundation.
According to Tom Yeager, vice

92 IN STYLE

Celebrities reveal
their makeup secrets
for glamorous eyes.

BY
FRANCES S. GOULART

president of research and develop-
ment for Maybelline, "Eyelids are
easily irritated by overmanipulation,
so extra care has to be used applying
and removing eyeliner and mascara.
Lids are especially vulnerable to
contact dermatitis and some wearers
react to products."
Does that mean you should
forget the window dressing for those
windows that are the eyes of your
soul?
No, says Yeager. And Barbara
Braunstein, assistant professor of
dermatology at Johns Hopkins, adds,
"Simply changing brands often
solves the problem since the
ingredients in similar products vary"
What's the key to beautiful eyes?
Here's all star advice from stars who
shine brightly.
Make-no-mistake plucking tips

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