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October 10, 1965 - Image 12

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THE MICHIGAN AILTi

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Creativity
Forecast for
Hair Wave
There are those who remain
frozen in horror having just seen
the Wave of the Future in the
stark, face-framing Sassoon hair-
cut. Beware, ye incredulous, it is
but the forerunner of a torrent of
new styles. Gone is the cream-puff
bouffant. Gone too is the all-
American girl, shoulder length
flip. But what will stand in their
stead?
Current fashion is now looking
beyond its own narrow limits -to
the greater world of :culture be-
yond. Note the rush of gowns
fashioned along the abstract lines
of the artist, Mondrian. Note too
the rapidity with which pop and
op art designs- have been incor-
porated onto wearing appearal. It
is somewhat unsettling to find
that hamburgers, Campbell's Soup,
and Elizabeth Taylor have replac-
ed the demure ruffles which once
graced the bodice.
Is it not conceivable that hair
fashion too can loot the wealth of
creativity found in the world of
culture. Why not shave the head
into neat squares and produce
cranial op art? Why limit streak-
ing - to the tiresome black-on
white? Streak it red, yellow, and
green, arrange it in artful chaos
and behold-animated Jackson
Pollack. But must we limit our-
selves to the world of visual arts?
How about a style based on atonal
strains of Hindemith. The more
conservative could have neat curls
taken from a more sedate Bach
organ concerto.
And now the world is ours.
Wings fashioned from the Bird,
feathers from the Chicken, a leash
for a head-band and we have
Walking the Dog. And what of the
Monkey, the Frug??? The human
imagination cannot comprehend a
limit . . .

A demonstration of how the new good looks are achieved. Our
model sits with her brush poised for a thorough job of contouring.
Start at Chin
Work fromThr

You can feel the difference
n the fit of
. .because of the uniquely construced
Lycra® arch that flows into the shoulder
strap. It's the one bra that fits no matter
how you're built. White and Black. B cup,
32-38. C cup, 32-40. $7.00. D cups, 32-
40. $8.00.
Every Bali has a bow

A beautiful face is now made,
as well as born. The secret lies in
cosmetics which sculpt and mold
a woman's face into an appearance
of magnificent symetry. A truly
marvelous face is underlined with
a strong, well proportioned bone
structure: the narrow nose, the
high rising cheek bones, and the
clean rounded chin. But what the
human eye sees is really only a
pattern of light and' shadows
created by the bones.
If the face cannot have the
true boning, then it can at least

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have the light and shadows; that
is the theory of contour make-up.
It is the same theory which artists
throughout the ages have used to
create the feeling, if not the real-
ity, of the three dimensions on a
flat canvas.
The array of brushes, tubes,
cakes, and powders which are used
to accomplish this facial magic,
would please any Rembrandt.
White foundation is applied along
the bridge of the nose, at the
upper and outer limits of the eye-
lids, and along the rim of the
cheekbones. These strong stripes
are then blended with increasingly
dark colors until the hollows un-
der the cheekbones, at the temples,
and the edge of the nose are
credited with shades of deep beige
or even blues. The result is the
sculptured face of a classic statue,
with fresh from the factory con-
tours.
However, this type of cosmetic
art is not limited to the face. The
tiny tot hemlines of this year's
fashions have created demand for
acquiline knees, as well. Several
enterprising firms are forging head
on into this market with special
knee make-up. If the trend con-
tinues, chances look good for a
playboy bunny in every pot.

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