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HAIR OF ALL COLORS EXCEPT ORANGE, TO BE
WORN NEXT SPRING MAYBE!
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Paris, Jan. 28. Orange hair will
not be in fashion this spring. It
doesn't harmonize with the new
dress-shade of the season sealing
wax red. Green or bright blue tints
of hair are much to be preferred and
are being generally adopted by ladies
of fashion, though yellow, ashes-of-roses,
salmon pink, and violet wigs
are also being worn, depending upon
the color of the gown.
This is a verbatim version of the
PALX PINK AND
BLUE 5TR1PE3 TO.
THr .DEBUTANTE..' -
veritably vertiginous fashional inver
sions that are taking place in this
city. Complexions colored to har
monize with the gown have been ac- '
cepted 'facts. Now milady, in addi
tion, is to wear a wig to match the ,
color ensemble which she has thus
constructed with such . painstaking
art. The exclusive coiffures of the
Rue de la Paix are showing attractive
wigs of heliotrope and emerald.
The purple peruke is also consid
ered especially engaging by those