Papurau Newydd Cymru

Chwiliwch 15 miliwn o erthyglau papurau newydd Cymru

Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

10 erthygl ar y dudalen hon


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I FASHION OF THE WEEK. I TWO BECOMING COIFFURES. It is & platitude to say that nothing iaot greater importance in the general effect of a woman's appearance than the skilful and becoming arrangement of her hair: but, none the less, it is a platitude that is very frequently neglected. How often does one see a new gown of the smartest, the cor- rectest of shoes, stockings and gloves, and a coiffure that is careless, ugly, unbecoming, or that betrays ill-cared-for hair! The whole efPect of the loveliest and smartest of toilettes is thus spoilt hopelessly-and all for the lack of a little time and attention paid to such a very important detail. But the secret of really good hairdreasing lies not only in the actual arrangement of the hair itself, but in the constant and un- remittuig attention to the daily toilette of the hair. Thus, you may be quite sure that when you see hair that is soft, unbroken, glossy and abundant, and with a certain lus- trous sheen, its owner pays the most careful attention to daily brushing, massage with the lingers, and scrupulous cleanliness of scalp, brushes and combs, and that she re. trains from tight curling-ping or unduly hot waving-irons. Of course, the actual arrangement of the hair is of the greatest importance, but it is of little value if the hair itself is not care- fully and constantly looked after. Every woman should study the shape of her fa<;e and head, her hejght, and her general ap- pearance, and then should choose from the various modish styles of hairdressing the one that wil! suit her best, not hesitating to modifying any style. if by so doing she can make it more ? becoming Our sketch shows two of the newest toiffures, both very smart and becoming. The upper, which is equally suitable for lay or evening wear. is quite simple. The hair is nrst waved all over the head in wide, natural-looking' waves. It is then drawn back Loosely from the face—over a light frame, if the hair is not too thick—leaving little soft locks on the forehead and cheeks, Mtd taken to the crown of the head, where it is arranged in a double roll that stands out from the head. A prettily-shaped slide is placed between the rot! to help to hold it in position. The second coiffure is essentially one fot evening, and will be found particularly use- ful by those whose bobbed hair is j.ust be- ginning to grow again. Here, some of th< side locks are curled, drawn loosely from the face, and arranged over each ear in a bunch of curls. A band of hair, or a ecarf of net or chinbn, is carried round the head above the curls, and the hair on the crown of the head is arranged in charming curls and puFa.

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