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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1964

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Make-Up Accents New
Healthy, Natural Look
The new trend in make-up is a eye naturally is emphasized. Ac-
subtle attempt to achieve a heal- tually more make-up than is ob-
thy, "natural" :ook. In founda- vious is required to achieve the
tion, the byword is "less color, new subtly accented eye, but the
more contour." Powders, rouges, emnhasis is on the techniques of
and foundation in tawny shades annlication. Earthy colors in
give a glowing "golden girl" ap- shadow-taupe. beige, and grey cre-
pearance so popular today. ate a softer, "natural sexiness" in
Blusher rouges, a fairly new eye make-up.
cosmetic product, add healthy col- Using liner only on the upper
or and aid in contouring the face lid, instead of a darkly circled
Many more women are discover- "raccoon" eye makes the eye ap-
ing the basic principles of make- pear larger without obviously ac-
up effectiveness: light enlarges, centing it. A new product on the
dark diminishes, and the toned market is a brush-on eyebrow col-
down foundation shades are espe- oring which also is supposed to
cially effective in facial contour- create a smooth, life-like effect.
ing. About the only fashionable "un-
Lipsticks are in lighter, shinier naturalness" is the popularity of
shades, with no pale ghostly shades false eyelashes. However, unless
seen as in the past seasons. Vib- they are the obviously fake fur
rant but natural lips best comple- lashes, even these look natural
ment the healthy shine of a clear, when applied correctly.

STABILITY:
Suits To See Minor Changes

Ski Wear To En
Traditional Styi

By MICHAEL DEAN narrow lapel and natural shoulder
look. In the near future, the
Suits are usually one of the broad, shoulder styling will reap-
more stable lines in men's fash- pear on a two button, higher gorge
ions, and this year they are no ex- jacket. A greater tapering in the
ception. What changes there are coat will also be .evident.
are of a minor nature.
In the jacket, stylists are con- Trousers will carry the tapered
tinuing with the three button, look, with the French beltless

By BERTHA POLLACK
waist becoming more and more
popular. Colors are mainly dark With winter hiding around the
and hopsacking remains the popu- corner, Ann Arbor stores are filled
lar fabric with worsteds following. with attractive ski wear to make
Making a comeback after hav- the cold no threat to winter skiers
ing slipped somewhat is the re- or snow bunnies
versible vest. Solid colors in Shops are showing ski wear
bright shades of red, gold and that will be at home on any slope.
olive are very popular. Everything a skier needs or wants
Blue and Camel Popular is available, including colorful ski
Sport coats continue the bold parkas ranging from the very
pattern styling. Tweeds have lost plain to the most elaborate de-
their hold, but are due for a re- signs.
appearance soon. In the solid
color coats, blue remains the fa- Stretch pants fit like kid gloves
vorite with camel a popular entry and come in the color of your
in university towns. Also due to choice. Bulky sweaters will keep
appear is the ticket pocket on warm even the coldest of skiers.
sports jackets. Necklines range from turtle necks
Definitely "out" is the leather to button-down and pullover crew-
elbow patch. It goes without say- necks.
ing, of course, that if a coat sleeve Furry hats and knitted hats will
sports a conspicuous hole, the keep the frost from biting ears.
pad is definitely "in." Colorful ski bands will also cover
the ears, but leave the head free.

I DREAMED I STOPPED traffic in my glen plaid jacket. Sportcoat courtesty of Redwood and Ross.

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FASHION??

YOU ARE NOT "IN"

UNLESS

YOU HAVE THE "TAWNY LOOK"
by Revlon

TAWNY-PINK

TAWNY-ROSE

TAWNY-CORAL

Knitting Boosts
Ego, Wardrobe
By JUDITH WARREN
Next to studying and dating,
knitting seems to occupy more
time than anything else for the
college girl. This was true five
*ears ago and remains true this
year,
It seems that if a girl doesn't
knit before she comes to college,
she soon learns. Girls in dorms
have said that there is no better
way to pass the time while wait-
ing in line for dinner. It is in
this period, from 5 to 5:30, that
most of the knitting on campus
gets done.
"It's ego-building. The greatest
thing about knitting is sewing your
own label in the sweater, when it
is finished," remarked one avid
knitter.
"It's nice to borrow your room-
mate's hand knit sweaters but of
course, you don't tell anyone who
knitted them," remarked her
roommate.
One of the newest inducements
to learn to knit are the new kits
for beginners. These usually con-
tain simple instructions fbr
scarves, thick needles and heavy
wool. These are easy to knit and
encourage girls to go on to more
difficult sweaters.

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THIS THREE PIECE emerald green suit, a European design, has
a new Dior pleated skirt, perfect for fashion and comfort. The
three piece sports ensemble features a plush fur car coat with
matching hood. The ribbed wool sweater in deep turquoise and
matching stretch pants complete the ensemble. Clothes courtesy
of Saks Fifth Avenue.

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rom our collection of natural shoul-
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of domestic and imported woolens.
Carefully selected patterns in sharkskins,
cheviots, and hopsacks for the right look
this season.
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out.
Madras shirts are most popular
during the summer, but there are
long sleeve madras shirts for fall
and winter. Some merchants have
found that a few darker colors
are preferred for fall wear, while
others say that sales have indi-
cated a continuing desire for
bright, gaudy colors.
Gloves Assume
New Softness
Smart detailing and texturing
gives a gentle, feminine touch to
gloves for fall and winter.
Leather, always the most ele-
gant thing in women's gloves, is
now femininely tailored. Its usual
stark simplicity gives way to
stitching in romantic patterns and
adornments such as buttons and
bows, cufflinks, pearls and set-
tings of gold or silver.
For those who still prefer the
simpler look, lizard, snakeskin and
alligator textured leathers, fol-
lowing the trend in shoe mater-
ials, puts the more tailored style
right in the latest fashion.
Changes in fabric gloves center
around cuffs. The new cuffs are
embroidered in delicate patterns
with " metallic or contrasting color
thread, little pearls or bows. They
may also be of a contrasting fab-
ric-try velvet cuffs or even soft,
furry ones.
New fabrics are imaginative,
nylons that look like corduroy
and wide varieties of synthetics
that reproduce the textured leath-
ers in handwear more suited to
the student budget.

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a "come-al'
Blush-On is the sheerest cl<
over your whole face (right t
its own soft-as-sable brush. 1
radiance. (Some call it "ins
place of rouge. Sometimes
Never has so little done so mz
perhaps, falling in love.
'Blush-O' (with brush), in A.
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