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JJILLIE BURKE TALKS ABOUT FALSE HAIR
By Billie Burke.
The First Word One of the
beauties that men. love most in a;
woman is beautiful hair.
Some ppet has .rhapsodized over
his sweteheart's hair, declaring
that she might draw Jiim to her
with a .single strand. He was
probably taking, some poetical li
cense, but the fact remains that
alf literature is lulL of references
to the hair of women.
An. actress has to be particular
ly careful of her hair, as the pow
der that gets into it and the many
ways she must often wear it, often
in a single evening, are very hard'
on it. But the actresses with fine
hair are always very-proud of it.
i There is nothing s good for
the hair as massage, and I ant
going to tell you how I massage
mine. Before dressing the hair
and when taking it down at night,"
loosen it by giving the ends two
or three light shakes; place the
tips of the fingers of both hands
a't the juncture of the hair and the
forehead and then work them
with a circular motion gently but
firmly toward an 'imaginary cen
ter at the top of the head. At'
each turn of the fingers, let them
work lightly otf the surface, and
then deeply, the first motion is for
the hair follicles themselves, the
next for moving the sealp on the
head so as to make it soft, yield
ing and flexible.
5econd Movement Place the