Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 31, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 31, 1964
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8 - Tues., March 31, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts OHLSEN $225.00 Also to $1650 Wedding Ring 75.00 The center diamond of EVERY Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed PERFECT, or replacement assured. We invite you to ins pect and use our shop service developed through years of experience. 118 The quolily required with the economy desired E. Statt Phone 793.4806 Custom Quality Ironing SHIRTS cnly.. ..40c eoch WITH DRY CLEANING ORDER ...35e each WITH DRY CLEANING AND FLUFF DRY FAMILY BUNDLE ..30c each Ask About Our free Gift Certifkate Offer Dutch Girl Laundry & Dry Cleaning Service 1123 Orange St. Redlands 792-3630 Mayonnaise Is "Heady" Stuff Over the years, the things women have done to build up assets Nature gave them have made men's heads swim. But the supposedly illogical use of whatever was handy — mud, vinegar, etc. — for beauty treatments has proved scientifi' cally logical. Take the hair. One basic problem to maintain healthy hair is balancing the acid ahd aka- line content. Those handed down through generations include sugar wa ter, or beer for setting hair and eggs for shampoo. Others used were olive oil and castor oil for pre-shampoo treatments and rinses of vinegar or lemon. For those with scalp infections kerosene seemed to do the trick, and also was used sparingly to add luster. (It is much safer to rub a piece of linen over your hair to bring out luster than to use kerosene.) Latest adaptation of a household item for beauty purposes sounds like one of the messiest But a beauty salon owner in Great Neck, Long Island, N.Y. has a rush business because he uses mayonnaise as a hair conditioner. According to Monte Daniel, he mixes mayonnaise with a per* manent waving lotion and works this into the hair. It makes an an excellent hair conditioner, he says, and has proved especially effective in reconditioning bleached hair. The mayonnaise adds protein to hair stripped of this neces sary balancer. If you wan to try this at home, take a ta blespoon of mayonnaise and rub it in after shampooing and towel-drying your hair. Let it remain for at least an hour and shampoo again. SaJket O'Seautu offers YOU Hairstyles with Spring Radiance Sfy/isfs;- CHARLES • KATHY • KAREN • LOUISE • BLANCHE fo serve you. DOT • IVY GENEVA & EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT dial — 793-5585 Saiket 0' Seautif (Marktt Btskit Shopping Center) 1154 Brookside Ave., Redlands Fragrance Can Prompt Mood It's official, girls: by usini the right kind of fragrance, you can put a man into almost any mood you desire this Spring. This is the word from Leon looking mto — youll find alliHardy, an authority on fragran- Survival Tips For World's Fair Visitors There's a new kind of survi-| val kit around and it's worth Fewer calories and more exercise mean mucb to physical and mental ontlook of the mature women. The same time each day Oeft) checJc weight-loss progress, remembering that it takes a few weeks for a significant loss to show. Meanwhile (inset), boost spirits with feminine brocade robe and a hairdo touch-ap under a home hair dryer. Hen step out without hesitation (right) with weU-groomed poise and grace. Mature women today can take steps to avoid that demoralizing label, the "older woman." Are you one of them? A few years ago on a sunny day at the beach or lakes, the older woman was spotted easily. She was the one sitting under the umbrella in a dressmaker suit that never got wet. In winter, her clothes shouted 'matronly." Her figure was settled and so was her outlook. To avoid this unattractive state, put your particular prob lems of maturing in perspective. As summer nears, the first step is to combat overweight so you can wear a flattering bath ing suit or summer dress without bulging. Shedding a few pounds takes time, and you'll probably waste a month overcoming that "I'll start tomorrow" attitude. Meanwhile, if you've let your grooming slip, set up a new program, one that calls for fidelity to diet, to exercise and beauty aids. With your doctor's approval, set up a daily exerci.>:e program to check flabbiness. The mus cle toning and better circulation resulting from some form of ex­ ercise will make you feel bet ter. Many mature women find exercises a bore but have turned to golf, swimming, danc ing or walking to keep them active and trim. Follow any exercisuig with relaxing bath. This soothes muscles, unaccustomed to exercise and is essential to reducing be cause it washes away pore waste as tissues break down. While getting your figure in shape, don't neglect your hair and skin. Between salon visits set your hair on rollers. If your hair is a natural gray or white shampoo it often. Your skin also needs much attention because the natural oils lessen with each year. Your skin loses some elasticity. Massage your face and neck gently, stroking upward at least once a day as you wash with soap and water. Pat on an astringent Who of course I read 'Beauty Notes' every Tuesday — so do all my girl friends MULTIPLE DEAL HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Shelley Fabares, long a member of television's "Donna Reed" series, has signed a multiple picture deal with Columbia Studios and will make her screen debut in "Surfing Wild." and follow this with a moisturizing cream. You'll find that sticking to the daily beauty routine pays dividends in compliments from the family and friends. New Formula Makes Home Facial Simple ffetfU ffomefoirif Newspaper Our Patrons are always "Party Pretty" with our New Hairstyles EVENINGS & SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Dial 792-2893 BROOKSIDE BEAUTY SALON 1263C Brookside Ave. Redlands Welcome bulletin from beauty science brains tells us it's now possible to enjoy the multiple benefits of a totally new concept in fine facials —at home! This creamy-white and lovely lotion that promises to reaffirm your own youthful bloom is an exclusive blend of gentle astringents and rich emollients. It's said to work more completely than any single preparation to smooth crepy lines, tighten and firm facil contours, leave complexions glowing with a younger, more beautiful look.' Formulated by a leading cosmetic house, world renowned for exquisite complexion care, this superb contour facial is never greasy or masque-like but melts swiftly into the skin. Absorbed, left on overnight, it "accomplishes" while you sleep. Be prepared for a definite stimulating sensation on application. . . part of the beneficial toning you'll be aware of. You know how important proper hand movements are to mas sage, so Dorothy Gray specialists have detailed a brief, easy routine to follow for maximum effectiveness. And best news of all — re suits are said to be most ap parent after only 15 treatments! With mothers looking younger all the Ume — and glamorous ladies boasting grandchildren — one must admire modem lovelies who juggle several "hats" in a many-faceted life. The intelligent ones who just seem to 'keep young* know a continuing program of complex ion care, however simple, is one key to maintaining a youthful appearance. thti equipment necessary to keep you at your best tbnm^ a fuU day at the fair. The kit has a do-it-yburself attraction since you begin with your own roomy pocketbook and add the items that make for your own brand of beauty. April Mademoiselle leads the ; I packing suggestions with a three-rule preface: organizatioa, miniaturization, and, where possible, combination. Working! in reverse order that might mean a combined comb and brush, a miniature vial of hair spray, a fiUng system of smaller bags and purses. Important to remember here is that each item must count—! no crowding your handbag with old letters, souvenir menus, mom en toes from the last World's Fair. Now is the time to separate the essentials from the space fillers. You need lipstick, comb and brush, powder, tissue, wallet, and eye makeup. You should have blusher, fragrance, nail file, small scissors, sunglass case, and plastic rain hat. You must add all the utensils necessary to apply your cos-; metics. Surviving at the Fair simply takes a little know-how. If the combination of heat and hamburgers proves too much, try a fountain drink with slightly more syrup than carbonation, or some tea with lemon and sug ar. If your hairdo's suffering from humidity, sprinkle cologne on cotton impaled on a brush and give your hair a vigorous workout. Then tease the front and crown for body and pull it up and back with a ribbon or headband. These are some of the "during" solutions — "before" and after" a day at the Fair com- ces and the psychological impacts they can have. Mr. Hardy is with Firmenich Incorporated, one of the world's most distinguished creators of fragrances and flavors, and has devoted his life to what he describes as "investigations into pleasurable states of c o n- sciousness induced by odors." Odors play an important part in our lives," he says. "The aroma of frying ham and perking coffee puts a man into a very pleasant mood. And the effect of blooming honeysuckle on young lovers is legend. It is a rare women who does not make herself more attractive by a subtle brush of fragrant perfume. The most important scents used in perfiimes are ambergris, musk and civet, the "love fragrances." BIG BUILD-UP Things have been hush - hush for a few weeks on the national lipstick front. However, a major manufacturer does not deny that it is coming out with paisley patterned lipstick. In essence, you won't have mottled lips when you use Product X, as it is now called. When applied, the many tones in the hpstick blend and the build-up of color produces a vibrant overtone. Thus far Dubarry, the manufacturer, will market it in nine colors be^nning early this month. pletes the story in Mademoiselle's April issue. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused fuminire or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. iltake VACATION PLANS No Sarvic* Charge CLEM UiltjlMCL SERVICE CIEM UU LAURA CREATURA 298 E. CITRUS Phone 793-2555 REDUMDS A Word to the Wise-^ don't delay In buying a Hearing Aid ... if poor hearing is your problem. Every day means added loss of enjoyment and increased loss of hearing. MODERN AIDS ARE WONDERFULLY EFFICIENT. HAROLD L. PAHL —' Certified Hearing Aid Audiotogist l6-7fhSf. Redlands 793-5646 HEW AT WINN'S Our new, modem, more eonven- lent Greetiiig Card Department is now readjr to give iaster, beKer senriee and a inder selection of Qwsm eMETMSCMO* also Party Goods, Invitations, Matching N^ildns, Coasters, TaUe Cloths £ Center Pieces for ALL Occasions. WINN'S DRUG STORE Cor. Celtoii & Orange 7f3.2804 • FKE PANciNG • FUE GIFT WHAP • S. t H. GKEN STAMPS DaUy 8-9 Sunday 9-5 PRESCRIPTK3N DQIVERY FREE IN REDUNDS AREA ;

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