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BEAUTIFUL MODELS GIVE BEAUTY SECRETS
"SMILING CAN BE MADE A HABIT"
'"It Is necessary to snile
If one would have a reputation for beauty. '
f BY IDflH McGLONE GIBSON.
"Many a girl has become a popular
model on the strength of her smile
alone," said Miss Irene Warfield, who
poses for many of the best dry goods
-- I wonder if all the girls who long
so anxiously for beauty- know the
wonderful appeal that is made by a'
smile. ' '
"Look pleasant," says the photog
rapher, because he knows"that when
you see yourself as others see you
you will be much disappointed if you
find the down-drawn mouth, the sad
dened eyes and general doleful ex
pression with which you faced "the
Smiling can be -made a -habit and
it is necessary to smile if one would
have the reputation to beauty.
The most-talked-of picture in the
yorld the one that has held the at
tention of every beauty and art lover
of civilization, is the picture of a
smile; the .subtle, fascinating, in
scrutible smile of the Mona Lisa.
. The would-be attractive girl of to
day cultivates a franker smile than
the one in the de Vince masterpiece.
If you would have a captivating smile
you must be very careful of the shape
of your mouth. You can change the
shape of your mouth and in a short
time curve your lips upward or down
ward as you win.
Ne7er go to sleep with your lips
shut ' tightly.' Try to- always thinlt
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