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September 09, 1989 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-09

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Vodern Makeup

This fall, makeup is prettier and more
colorful than ever. Eyes are played up
with delightfully feminine pastels that
are never bleached out or too pale.
The best of the new pastels come
with an extra twist. Pinks are blue-cast,
peaches are pink-ed, blues are green-
toned and greens are yellow-ed.
This is the season to experiment with
interesting, even eccentric, new shades
and try out multi-colored looks instead
of a single wash of color from seasons
past.
Throw caution to the wind and try
unexpected combinations such as
green and pink or celery and blue.
These soft, delicious colors work
beautifully together and strike a
thoroughly modern note.
Add definition to the eyes with
perfectly-applied liner and lashings of
mascara. In a look that focuses on the
eyes, with lips and cheeks underplayed,
extra emphasis on the brows will help
"balance" the face.
Vulti-shadow compacts often give
you as many as five or six different col-
ors to play with. If you're not sure how
to combine multi-colors, here's a sim-
ple but pretty eye look you might want
to try.
Start by applying delicate peach to
the area along and just under the
browbone. Next, dust celery color over
the entire lid, taking it into and just
above the crease.
Outline top and bottom lids close to
the lashline with blue shadow and, at
the inner corner of the eye, apply light
green to open up the eye. Blend very
well so all lines merge.
Next, completely line the eyes with
eyeliner pencil (for an evening look you
might want to use a liquid liner), and
define lashes with mascara.
Don't forget to style your brows, col-
oring them with a brow pencil, using
small, feathery strokes.

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