Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 66
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 66

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 9, 1973
Page 66
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rt 1 s e m e n t Don't Let This Summer Destroy Ybur Complexion The summer months may be a recreation season for you, but a near-disaster for your complexion. You enjoy a change of pace that ought to bring your face a relaxed, younger-looking expression. But instead you may end the three-month summer season looking decidedly older. A single summer day can be a little like a whirlwind tour through all the climates of the world. You swim, then bake yourself on a sandy beach under a desert-like sun. You take windswept car rides. You step from sun-baked pavements, squindng against the glare, into chill air- conditioned restaurants or stores. A sudden summer storm leaves the air steaming and humid. Your complexion is exposed to a wide variety of environments, each with shocking suddenness. Is it any wonder that your skin becomes dryer as the "days pass? The dryer your skin, the more that dryness emphasizes little lines and wrinkles. And the older you look. But there's no need to despair. It is possible to enjoy the pleasures of summer and stil maintain your youthful look. Many younger-looking women, from Acapulco to Sydney, discovered that they can barely get through the summer happily without their beautiful secret, the unique fluid known in the United States as Oil of Olay beauty lotion. This summer, share the secret, the lovely benefits of this world-renowned blend. Oil of Olay was created by beauty researchers to soften and silken a woman's complexion. The complexion-cherishing lotion contains a wealth of natural moisture, tropical moisturizing oils and other emollients. Oil of Olay, available at drugstores, penetrates the importam surface layer of the skin quickly, working with nature to ease away the dryness diat can make you look older. The beauty blend helps maintain the oil- moisture balance, an essential element necessary for your complexion to look as young as possible. The skin-loving liquid also sets up an effective barrier to keep nature's own moisture from surrendering to sudden envi- 1 r o n m e n t a 1 changes. ^ You will know when your skin would welcome Oil of Olay. Whenever it feels dry or slightly dght or rough to the touch.your complexion is asking for, and needs, all the help it can get from the beauty blend. No matter how often you soothe on cherishing Oil of Olay during the day, apply at bedtime, so it can work its wonders during nocturnal hours. .And in the morning, as a moisty, non- greasy makeup base that lets cosmetics stay fresh for hours. Summer Beauty Hints Gently bathe away your sun- protective lotion after sunning. Pat your body almost dry, then soothe your still-damp skin with Oil of Olay wherever the sun's rays have reached you. During these months when the need for Oil of Olay* is great, always carry a bottle with you . .. to the beach, on weekend trips, when going chopping. Continued ing his scissors. But Dianne wasn't having any of that. Because of contest obligations in which her own hairdo design was still to be judged by a London jury, there could be no haircut. So the salon gave Dianne the short tousled look that seems so right for her. It was accomplished with tiny rollers, a brushout, then curls pinned all over her head. Ne.Kt, on to Yardley of London, where cosmetic expert Sue Priston analyzed Dianne's facial features. Prescription: Accentuate her eyes and cheekbones, shape her eyebrows and lengthen her upper-lip line, which tends to curve down. The primary step". "Start with an absolutely clean face." Skin freshener was applied to remove traces of oil or grime, then a light moisturizer to replenish the skin. (Dianne's skin tends to be normal-to- oily. For dry skin, a cream would be applied instead.) Because Dianne's skin is evenly textured, no makeup base was needed. Her eyebrows, a bit too thick, were plucked and given more of an arch. (A dp: Eyebrows should only be plucked from under the brow, never above, or the natural guideline is lost. The result could be a mismatched set.) To keep Dianne's Beauty prescription for Dianne's eyes: pearl -lMige shade close to lasli and swirts of mascara. total look very natural, her lips were first covered with a brown-shaded lip- suck, then highlighted with a peach color. Her upper-lip line was extended to balance her fuller bottom lip. To bring out her cheekbones, a tawny cream rouge was blended in a circular motion out toward her hairline. An apricot eyeshadow was used on her eyelids; a medium-brown was applied in the crease to add depth, and a soft white highlighter was used on the brow bone. No dark liner was used, but Dianne's eyelids were polished oflf with a pearl-beige cream applied close to the upper lash line, to give sparkle. Upper and lower lashes were treated with a coat of mascara. A Californian in P^is Gay Dixon "tjefore" and "after" her beauty make-over at famed Carlta of Paris. Gay Dixon of Lakewood. Calif., who was the winner of the Breck hairstyling competition as judged by a panel of prominent Londoners, had her beauty make-over in the chic French capital—where the smartest heads are sporting short hair and smoky, mysterious eyes. Gay's hairdo was changed to reflect a more sophisticated look and frame her face flatteringly. One side was parted, the other combed in a thirties-like wave caught t? • FAMILY WEEKLY, September 9, 1973 up with a barrette. (Her hair, naturally curly, has to be straightened every three months.) Gay's cosmetic change was twofold: Her eyes, which have a distinctly round contour, had dark- blue liner applied at the base of the upper and lower lashes and extending slightly at the edge of eyes, to create an almond shape. Gay's full lips were de-emphasized by redrawing a thinner lip line with a coloring pencil, then filled in with tinted lip gloss, Continued

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