Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

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You don't need Aladdin's Lamp to make your dreams come true Because There's IN YOUR OWN TWO HANDS! SAVE MONEY ENROLL NOW! Before Mar. 31sr In |usf Q few short months, you con puf fhof "magic" touch to work for you in the field of professional beauty culture! No need to let your creative skill be stifled by the dull routine of on ordinoty job. In a few short months you con have the kind of career that will bring out the artist in you. WHAT DOES rT TAKE? It tokes odvonced training just as if does to be o lawyer, doctor, or nurse. But in less than a year and, at surprisingly little cost, you can be a skilled artist. You will be able to join the happy ranks of professional beauticians. You will be entering one of the most profitable of all professions. And professional beauticians are always in demand everywhere. Best of all you now hove the key to a business of your own! You, too, con enjoy independence ... the prestige, crA ihe profits that come to those who own a business. TRAINING IS ALL IT TAKES to open the door to a new life as a member of the proud and profitable beauty culture professioni 1 YLS, THERE'S A PLACE IN THE WORLD OF BEAUTY FOR YOU! The field is continually expanding. (Each year, many new shops are opened in every section of the country.) More and more industries are turning to this field for professional consultants — the movie and fashion industries, for example. Because so many beauticians leave the field eoch year to marry and raise o family, there is olways a demand for qualified, professional graduates to take their place. Clean It Always wash the top of a can before opening it. VfSiT OUR SCHOOL - See It In,Action Get a preview glimpse of just what it meons to BE a professional beauticionl * Use actual professional beauty equipment. * Do plenty of live demonstrations on models] * Use products from famous beauty-aids manufocturers like Helene Curtis to leornl This may prove to be the most important personal visit you ever made in your whole life. It's the key to the success you've been waiting for right at your finger-tips! Why wait? Drop in at your earliest convenience—today, if you'd like— and discover for yourself how enjoyable life con be when you are a professional beautician! YOU MAY ENROLL AT ANY TIME! AND PAY AS YOU LEARN f 6 - Tues, March 10, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts OailgAiFacfs NOTES Conversation Pieea Possibly the most talked about shoe for wear with suntime styles will be this seasons soft, colorful sandal that features an instep strap laced through a T- strap that starts from a cutout at the top of he vamp. The closed in heel in cut low; the toe is most often slightly pointed. OGILVIE SHADES OFYOUTHSSB No drastic dye... no short­ lived rinse ... but a hair color treatment you can shampoo in. Ogilvie Shades of Youth does more than just revive your natural hair color. It conditions with vital oils . . . trrings back shine and body. Color lasts through six shampoos...and there's no dye line as hair grows in, no brassiness ia strong light. In 13 fashion shades, 2 applications (per package) $2. DOROTHY GRAY WINN'S DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Orange Daily 8 - 9 Sunday 9 - 5 Free Parking 793-2804 S. & H. GREEN STAMPS FREE GIFT WRAPPING • PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY (FREE IN REDUNOS) Special OGILVIE Home Permanent with Free Trial Size New Conditioning Shampoo a 5325 value $250 Ogilvie Home Permanent, with exclusive Pre-Perm Conditioner, lets you choose the type of wave you want New Conditioning Shampoo with Protein (reg. 6 oz. siie is $1.50) gives hair body, helps protect it from split ends and breakage. WINN'S DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Orange Daily 8 - 9 Sunday 9 - 5 Free Parking 793-2804 S. & H. GREEN STAMPS FREE GIFT WRAPPING » PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY (FREE IN REDLANDS) iHake VACATION PLANS 7lm! No Service Charge CLEM LAUIJIMA SERVICE CLEM LAU lAURA CREATURA 298 E. CITRUS Phone 793-2555 REDLAKDS ... guaranteed PERFECT center diamond, or replacement assured. Life- tinie trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake. We invite you to inspect and use our shop service developed through years of experience. Nail Biting Can Be Stopped, It Says Here Girls and women who bite their nails are unanimously and deeply sincere when they claim they'd like to break the habit —especially when they see their stubby nails against chic fash ions as are being shown this I Spring. But because nail biting is usually an unconscious reaction to stress, the biter is hardly aware that she's gnawing again — even if, five minutes before, she had sworn to never take another nip. It's not an easy habit to break. Putting an unpleasant tasting substance on the tips of the fingers is a classic ruse. And a truly dedicated nail-biter will work around this ploy by developing a taste for whatever bitter rue she happens to be wearing. However, psychiatrists have pomted out that it 's less painful to give up something if you're simultaneously compensated for your trouble. For instance, if your nails can he transformed from chewed stubs into jewel-like accents, the urge to eat them will diminish. Cute.\ has come up with a (number of hints on how it can be done. These are suggestions, . not guarantees. But don't be too j surprised if they work. Be very conscious of your nails — don't let them out of your sight. You can accomplish (his by tinting them with a dazzlingly bright red sail polish. In their stubby state they won't look too chic in this shade but you can live with it for a week. If. at the end of this time, you haven't been biting — you're I ready for stage two. Establish a regular beauty program for your flngcrnails. Become engrossed in it! Every night, for instance, ply a buffer about ten times across each nail to stimulate circulatipn and persuade them to grow. Follow this with an application of Cutex Nail Flex around the cuticle and into the skin down to the first knuckle where the root of the nail is bedded. NailFlex is a penetrating em oUicnt, specially formulated to replace oils that have been stripped from the nails by soaps and household detergents. Putting these oils back where they belong can help nails remain .stronger and smoother while [protecting them against undue chipping and breaking (when they groxv long enough to chip [and break). At least three times a week, give your cuticles the full treatment with Oily Cuticle Re mover. There is something inspiring about seeing a cuticle fade from view and noting how smoothly groomed the base of your nails appear — and it's frequently enough to spur you on to greater effort at thD tips'. How long before you have enough nail showing to file? Allow yourself two weeks. If you haven't been bitmg at them dur ing this time, you're well on your way toward breaking the habit. And your reward? Fingertips you're proud to dispay (they say hand-kissing is ia vogue on these shores this season) and justifi' cation for buying an entire ward robe of nail polish shades. Phyllis Adair's COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY 70 Orange St., Redlonds PHONE 793-2275 BOYD $175.00 Tilt quollty required with the economy deiired TT8 E. Statt Phone 793-4806 Rugby Look The rugby shirt. . . stolen from the backs of professional players, this shirt was origin ally available as a high - priced import. With its popularity sweeping the country, it is now available in adaptations priced to fit any budget. The rugby in fluence is being felt in the styling of sleepwear and swimwear too. Facial lines disappear after (his model uses a new protein lotion. An astringent action makes skin more taut and takes care of crow's feet, furrows in brow and Jjouth and cilia Unes for two to eight hours. To get wmHe-ctasing effect the user must not frown or laugh for 10 to ID nun- utes whfle lotion is working. Editor Takes Look At Woman Shopper By HELEN HENNESSY Newspaper Enterprise Women's Editor From what I've seen when I do my weekend shoppmg, the standard supermarket ensemble is pants, sloppy flats, a tired jacket and a kerchief big enough to go over hair rollers. And it puzzles me. Why this peculiar assortment of garments? Last week a woman sporting her version of the "uniform," had a firm grip on a shopping cart with one hand and on a toddler with the other. A cigarette was clamped in one side of her mouth. This vision of dainty femininity was loudly berating a man who hadn't held the door open for her. Men, as a rule, aren't rude to women —especially to attractive women. But we can't hope to be treated gallantly if wc dress to look like so many unmade beds and act as though wc could easily hold our own in a wrestling match. Shopping is a tiring chore. No one e.xpects us to don satin and lace to go forth for Sunday's chicken. But there's a world of difference between casual, comfortable attire and sloppy dress. Unfortunately some of us have overlooked this obvious fact. A woman who wants respect and admiration from the men she encounters must first develop some respect for herself. Certainly no one needs a cigarette so badly that she must puff away even when both bands are occupied. There's no valid excuse for leaving the house with a head full of hardware, tied up in a scarf. A simple skirt and sweater are more comfortable than tight pants and a lot more attractive. And broken-down flats should be replaced by good-looking walking shoes before they ruin your feet. Any woman can get decently dressed in 15 minutes. So lack of time can't be the reason for this awful get-up that has become the shopper's uniform. It may be a man's world, but we don't have to dress like Rosie the Riveter to hold our place in. it. Wax Remover To remove a candle was stain place the stain between clean white blotters or several layers of facial tissues and press with a warm iron. Then sponge with a grease solvenL SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads your appointment NOW! DIAL 792-2893 JANET • ELAINE • JACIYN BROOKSrOE BEAUTY SALON 1263-C Broolcside Ave. Handbags Softer Ladylike tells the story of handbags for spring. They're softer and smaller. Not really small, but scaled don-n. The tote is the top shape, in every size, color and texture. It is available in giant size for toting to the resort, and in small sizes for after dark. Cnishable leathers and shirring or pleats create a soft look m bags for every purpose. Watch for the shoulder strap handbag this spring, too. Colonial Dames Hormone Cream You'll love the woy Colonial Dames helps to smooth away lines, crepiness ond other age signs . . . see thirsty dehydrated skin bloom with new rod- iance! 2 Jars, reg. $5 now $2.50* COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Not Connected with Any Society • Plui 10% Fed. U. Tox / no ONE • hearing aid I fits all! f We CUSTOM FIT with ' no extra charge to you! 1 1 Did 793-5646 HAROLD L PAHL ^ Certified Hearing Aid Audiologists ^< 16-7th St. Redlands with a lovely new Permanent Wave MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY! 5 Experienced Stylists to Serve You • THIS SALON GIVES PEDICURES Beauty Bank Salon 240 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands 792-2263 Sa^ket 0'^eautif says:-Get Your Easter Permanent Wave Early by an expert stylist: CHARLES • KATHY • DOT • IVY • KAREN • LOUISE • GENEVA or BLANCHE EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT did — 793-5585 SiUket 0' Seautif (Market Z»iM Shopping Center) 1154 Broolcside Ave.. Redlands

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