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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1954
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THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1954

Women's Cosmetics, Colognes Change with
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There is a world of fragrances
With the changing of the sea- f rom which to choose a correct
sons, many new and different items whichrt chodseda .orrect
are pperin on he osmticone for each individual. It might
and fragrance markets over the be a light floral scent or a heavy
endire nagion.mkoriental, a spicy bouquet or a def-
entire natin initely sweet one.
One of the most revolutionary zieysetoe
n dif en t co utionisany No one fragrance is right for all
after-bath cologne that features women, because of personality dif-
both lasting fragrance and skin- ferences, but all women can wear
soothing properties. more than one fragrance. Varying
*, . . scents can be mixed and matched
PACKAGED in a five-ounce until the right combination is dis-
spray container, which eliminates covered.
spillage worries,, the cologne * * *
emerges as a fluffy white foam. PERFUME should be applied to
The cologne was developed many areas instead of only one.
and produced by a famed cos- After a bath, touch it to wrists,
metic firm, which claims that throat, temples, and even on the
this product is completely non- hair. Perfume reaches its fullest
sticky and that it will melt into beauty only when warmed by the
the skin very quickly. skin, fashion experts say.
The new cologne foam is avail- No liquid perfume application
able in four well-known scents. will last all day. It should be re-
The producers of this lanolin-en- newed with frequent touch-ups
riched cologne say that these sub- as often as lipstick. To get the
tle fragrances will outlast alcohol- fullest benefit from perfume, a
based cologne by hours. woman should use enough so
Another new product on the that it will act as "round the
scent scene is a scientifically de- clock magic" for her and those
veloped perfume "pellette" which around her.
is enclosed in a tiny lace envelope. For dieting women, a new devel-
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THE SCENT of this tablet form opment on the cosmetic scene is
perfume is said to last for weeks lotion which is applied to firm the
without replacement. skin while losing weigth.
The makers claim that their The producers of this product
product cannot disintegrate in state that as one loses weight the
use and that moisture will not skin tends to sag and this lotion
affect the tablet or its fragrance. tightens the skin and brings back
It can be used in a woman's the natural elasticity.
purse or attached to her cloth- Very little of the cream is need-
ing. ed to cover the body, and in only
a few minutes it is absorbed into
Spring Shine the skin and disappears.
A recently introduced hand
Coeds who are getting ready for cream, advertised to be "scientifi-
spring open houses may find that cally years ahead" offers a "newj
chipping in for a bottle of am- deep softening action" against
monia, alcohol or some borax will chill March winds and rain.
make the cleaning of windows, The producers claim that this
mirrors and dresser tops go much lotion is unique in that the benefi-
faster. cial action is not stopped on the
A BALEOUR (iamolnd
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cherish ..
YOUR PURCHASE of the engagement ring requires that you
select wisely, and with full confidence in the diamond mer-
chant. We are fully trained and equipped to assist you in
making a wise and proper selection, and invite your inspection
of our offerings.

outer skin but penetrates below the
surface.
Another quality of this hand lo-
tion is that it will counteract the
irritating chemical action of soaps
and detergents. It also heals chap-
ping from wintry weather and
smooths out any dry,scratchy
roughness.

Another new product currently
appearing in local drug and cos-
metic stores is a combination com-
pact and lipstick holder in the
shape of a tiny hand mirror.
This Parisienne vanity case con-
tains a cream powder in a pressed,
non spilling form with a non-
smear lipstick to match.

BETSY ROSS SHOP
NICKELS ARCADE
BREAKFAST... LUNCHES
FOUNTAIN SERVICE

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.. .. and nothing greater than the
trim match-box jacket of
Miron's Natica coating . . . flawlessly
tailored by Moordale. It's bound
C und to match the die-straight
worsted skirt ... belted and
side-pocketed. Smooth rayon shantung
for the blouse . . . shows up again
in the lining. The whole ensemble
hand-detailed. Junior Sizes.
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MAIN AT EIBrTw ANN ARBo0
Only the finest quality at prices that are fair

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"HOME OF THE OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING"
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
21 SoUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE -Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Here's an exciting collection of the new season's top
fashion, ultra-smart frocks made like men's shirts . .
several with their own matching sweaters. Don't fail
to see Haymaker's model that looks like a nightshirt 'til
YOU get it on, when it changes to a perfect spring and
summer cotton. And there are models with long or short
sleeves or sleeveless.
and Remember .. . you may
now say "Charge It" at

CONES SUNDAES
MALTS SHAKES
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