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March 25, 1989 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-25

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corners. Smudge with a sponge tip
or a shadow tip or shadow brush. To
prevent eyeliner fadeout? Brush eye
shadow over liner to seal. Eyeliner,
says Mia, is especially oily in pencil
form and combined with the oil on
the skin's surface it runs and fades.

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Mascara do's and dont's from
eyeful Cher: Don't use lash
lengtheners that contain rayon, an
eye irritant. If you wear contacts,
don't use an eye product that has
dried up or one with an "off" odor.
Do apply mascara with wand held
parallel to your eye; and do replace
mascara every three months to
prevent infections caused by
Enlarge eyes Jan Steinert's
way: the originator of liquid eyeliner
uses a light shade of shadow from
the base of her lashes to the crease,
finishes up and out with a darker
smokier shade then uses a thin line
along her upper lids close to the lash
line. A touch of white at the outer
corners also gives eyes a "bigger-to-
see-you-with" look. Trick two: use
off-white shadow over lids, a light
taupe shade from crease to brow, and
deep brown in the lid crease.
Underline eyes in blue and add
mascara on both upper and lower
lashes. Jan's two tips when applying
false lashes, handle the glue
which can cause serious infections
with care. And avoid eye drops
which contain a whitening pigment
plus a blood-vessel constricting
chemical. When these are used on
a regular basis, the Pharmaceutical
Association of America warns that
they can cause permanent reddening
of the eye whites.

Here's how saucer-eyed Shelly
Duvall camoflauges her dishy eyes:
Apply a low-key taupe/light brown
shadow over outer half of lids to the
crease, and dark brown on the inner
lid. Use eyeliner from the center of
the lids to slightly past outer corners,
plus mascara on upper outer lashes
only. And never use eyeliner inside,
lash lid line, warns Shelly. This
disturbs the lipid pores on the lid,
a common cause of irritations, even
temporary blindness.

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