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July 19, 1996 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-19

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CONCEALER TIPS



In My Own Studio
On Northwestern Highway
Farmington Hills

Engagements

Every time you read about concealer the rule
is ... concealer first, foundation second. I can't
quite understand that method. By the time you
cover the concealer with foundation the con-
cealer is all but blended into oblivion ... noth-
ing left ..."there are the circles again" you say
to yourself. "Why can't these companies make
a concealer that works?
Has anybody thought about putting a concealer
on top of the foundation? It works! Try it.
However, don't powder on top of it. Only the
youngest, smoothest skin under the eye can
handle a slight dusting of powder. For the rest
of us - "if you'll excuse me," no dusting of any-
thing - nada - nothing. Any powder under the
eye catches in the lines and looks like crepe.
Sometimes the color under your eye is actual-
ly almost black caused by allergies or just plain
heredity. Stay away from lite or almost white
concealers ... you will end up with grey cir-
cles under the eyes. Use a densely pigmented
peach, pink or rose. I've custom blended con-
cealers for my clients and they've said "I'm so
excited - I'm finally covering these circles with-
out a heavy crepe look under my eyes:'
Thank you Shifra!

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Turkin-McCuiston

Announcement is made of the en-
gagement of Stephanie Ellen
Turkin, daughter of Mary Turkin
of Southfield and the late Jack
Turkin, to Martin Thomas Mc-
Cuiston, son of Loretta McCuis-
ton of Berkley and the late
Charlie McCuiston.
Miss Turkin attended Berkley
High School and Oakland Com-
munity College and is employed

as a systems administrator for
Broder Bros. in Plymouth. Mr.
McCuiston attended Berkley
High School and is a veteran of
the U.S. Army who served in
Vietnam. He is employed as a
driver/salesman for Better Made
Potato Chips in Detroit.
A September wedding is
planned.

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Joseph and Roberta Wolf of versity. She is employed with De-
Farmington Hills are delighted troit Public Schools as a middle
to announce the engagement of school teacher at Clippert Acad-
their daughter, Jacqueline Beth, emy. Aaron earned his bachelor
to Aaron Michael, son of Eugene of fine arts degree from Kendall
and Rochelle Perlman of South- College of Art and Design. He is
employed as a designer at a cus-
field.
Jackie earned a bachelor of tom cabinet shop.
A December wedding is
arts degree in elementary edu-
cation from Michigan State Uni- planned.

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