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think about herself sometimes and
subdue a little the red-haired temper
ament. A girl .with red hair usually has a
colorful temperament; she wants
splashy gowns and she forgets that if
she herself is a splash" of color and
she should make her"gowns and her
hats a background for her beautiful
If you have the red hair of Mrs.
Leslie Carter, burnished copper that
reflects lights "that were never on
sea or land," wear soft dove gray.
I think that half of Mrs. Carter's
popularity in her first great success
was because she made her appear-
ance in a dove gray gown which
made her hair and red-brown eyes
points of brilliancy that almost
Billie Burke, with her golden-red
rebellious locks, often makes the mis
take of wearing American beauty or
cerise. Billie loves pink in all shades
and, although it blends with her ex
quisite Dresden-China complexion, it
is not the most becoming color she
can wear with her hair.
Dull green, black, white, mole gray,
blue and pale yellow are Billie
The Leslie Carter colors would be
bright green, red, brown, black, white
and dove gray.
Mrs. Fiske has still another tint
of red hair. It is the kind that looks
best in leaf browns. She cannot wear
black at all. but she is perhaps at her
best in white. She was stunning in
the plain leaf-brown dress of Hedder
Mrs. Fiske is notoriously a bad
dresser and consequently she never
Mrs. Minnie Fiske.
gets the credit for being the beautiful
woman she is.
Maude Adams dresses her person
ality perfectly in soft drabs, dull
greens and mouse grays. She seldom
wears either white or black and never
loads herself down with glittering
From these women, a part of
whose profession is that of beauty,
the red-haired girl can learn much.
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