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January 27, 1995 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-27

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Raydiance Hair Enhancement Adds
Private "Beauty Suites" to New Salon

WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
Hair enhancement seekers will
be treated to a special experi-
ence on visiting the newest full
service Raydiance Salon. "Our
customers enjoy professional
service and scientifically devel-
oped, patented hair enhance-
ment systems," says Lisa
Raydiance, President. "Our new
facility provides salon rooms.
Fitting, washing, perms, all the
services our clients require can
now be provided for in our new,
private, Beauty Suites."
Thinning hair is one of the
most common cosmetic prob-
lems facing people in the 90s.
With so much emphasis on ap-
pearance, the Raydiance client
can feel secure and confident.
Patented, proven techniques are
employed by expert profession-
als to assure the highest level of
customer satisfaction. Custom
color blending, professional fit-
ting and dynamic styling restore
not only the natural ap-
pearance, but the comfort that
can only come from a quality,
custom tailored product.
Hair enhancement products
are sweeping the nation as the
newest wave of high fashion.
The introduction of hair exten-
sions, depth builders, and hair
style add-ons has initiated a rev-
olution in hair fashion. Raydi-
ance has set the highest
standards for this exciting new
industry. Exclusive, patented
Raydiance designs offer the
sophisticated customer an un-

limited number of possibilities
in creating stunning, remark-
able hair styles for any occasion.
Custom color blending and ex-
quisite hand crafted quality
make Raydiance products stand
out from the rest. Nowhere else
in the world can such subtle
perfection in hair enhancement
be found. "Every person has a
unique combination of hair col-
or texture and style. Our pro-
fessional staff has provided
thousands of customers with
that special feeling of security
that can only come from a
unique Raydiance hair style en-
hancement custom made for
the specific needs of each indi-
vidual."
Simplicity and durability are
design features that can be
easily appreciated in Raydiance
products. The ability to quickly
add style, volume, length, depth,
and highlights adds an incred-
ible level of flexibility to fashion.
The Grand Opening of the
newest Raydiance Salon will
take place as an Open House
the week of February 13th
through 18th, 1995. The Ray-
diance Professional Staff will be
available to candidly answer
your questions and show you
how Raydiance can provide a
simply beautiful new look to
your hairstyle. Raydiance will
be located at 5799 West Maple
Road in West Bloomfiekl. Con-
sultations can be scheduled by
calling (810) 488-0033 or (810)
855-8845 (after Feb. 12th).

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Fashion Fitness
For Your Workout

SHARON ACHATZ COPLEY NEWS SERVICE

W

hile there's no doubt
that looking good helps
you feel good while
working out, the bottom
line in fitness fashion is comfort.
That means selecting shoes
and clothing appropriate for your
sport of choice — most shoes now
are designed with a specific sport
in mind — and any athletic cloth-
ing should allow you to move
freely. Supportive athletic un-
derwear, such as bra•and jock
straps, also will make exercise
more comfortable.
Regardless of your sport and
style of choice, it' also essential to
find fabrics that help your body
breathe its way through a work-
out.
The latest fabrics are nylon mi-
cro blends that allow for breatha-
bility yet are less clingy and more
like cotton that their polyester
predecessors.
These fibers are used in sil-
houettes that run the gamut from
leotards and leggings to boxer
shorts and bra tops.

Muscle suits, thongs, and out-
fits with mesh panels are musts
for showing off well-toned mus-
cle, as are leotards with a variety
of special treatments such as zip-
pers, lace-ups and cut-out shoul-
ders and backs. Bra tops are
reversible, zippered and every-
thing in between.
For the more modest set, bike-
tards essentially are body suits
with bike-length legs. Unitards
go the range from sleeveless to
turtleneck. Bike tights also get
full treatment — from roll tops
and cuffs to layered effects. Box-
er shorts are for more that spar-
ring — they're all the rage as a
comfortable bike tight alterna-
tive.
As for colors, a spectrum of
solids and graphics abound — so
that each individual is sure to
find his colors of favor promi-
nently displayed on some attire
— but gray is becoming the hot
new neutral, replacing black as
the workout wear mainstay.



Kicking Bad Habits
Can Save A Life

SHARON ACHATZ COPLEY NEWS SERVICE

I

t's easy to be an addict.
You simply give up control
of your life to a substance or
behavior that leaves little
room for rational thought — but
that somehow offers comfort to a
troubled soul.
What's difficult is leaving an
addiction behind.
Whether to a substance such
as alcohol, tobacco or illegal
drugs, or to an activity such as an
eating disorder, compulsive ex-
ercising or excessive shopping,
the first step toward recovery in
every instance is the realization
on the part of the addict that he
is an addict.
Some people come to this real-
ization on their own; others need
help to see their addiction. Ex-
perts suggest gently guiding peo-
ple to this realization by asking
open-ended questions such as:
What do you like about drinking-
smoking-drugs?
What don't you like? How does
smoking-purging-drinking affect
you, the people around you, the
environment, your life? How do
you spend your free time?
When a person honestly an-
swers such questions, he often be-

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gins to see the need for change,
and you may be able to ask him
if he'd like to "just attend" a meet-
ing of a recovery-oriented group
treatment such as Nicotine
Anonymous or Alcoholics Anony-
mous.
Once a person is aware that he
has a problem and is ready to
seek change, professional help of-
ten is essential to success. To be-
gin, talk with a physician,
clergyman or counselor. In some
cases they may be able to help im-
mediately — as in the case of pro-
viding medication that can help
normalize irregular chemical
messages in the brain that can
contribute to eating disorders. Or,
in providing a prescription for
nicotine patches to help kick
smoking compulsion. These ad-
hesive stickers, which are
changed daily, release nicotine
into the body through the skin.
Typical treatment involves
wearing the patches for nine to
12 weeks, with the nicotine
dosages gradually being reduced
until the craving is not so severe.
In other instances, profession-
als may refer recovering addicts
to substance abuse treatment or

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