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"EXPRESSION7 MAKES70R MARS BEAUTY OF
J BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
Copyright, 1914, by Irene Hough
It is not the size, the shape, npf the
coloring that makes an eye beautiful.
Of course, all these play" their parts
in the makeup of beautiful eyes. But
it is expression which one-must cul
tivate if one wishes the "windows of
her soul" to be of such transparency
that one can see each -fle'eting
thought, each sympathetic' emotion.
Miss Irene Estelle Hough, yfho.has
been- acclaimed the most beautiful
telephone girl in America has -eyes
of a peculiar grayish green. "There
is nothing particularly remarkable
about their color, but they "are. most
expressive. They are the' wfdenpen
innocent eyes of a child.
I believe it was Arnold Berinet'wfio'
said that is was the characteristic
of all American women's eyes -and" I"
have never seen-orbs ofbeauty-that
haven't had more or less of this ex
pression. Miss Houeh savs that she is iust
as particular to wash4ier eyes as to
brush her teeth. To do this she uses
an eye-cup filled with a solution made
of 20 drops of tiheturated boracic
acid, one drop of camphor and two
drops of- hamamelis and two tea
.spoonfuls of distilled water.
Use this night and morning just as
religiously as you brush your teeth
and, say your-prayers, if you would
have beautiful eyes and healthy eye
lids. Above all, let me whisper a word:
The' smiling eye is the eye which the
Irish- calf "The come hither eye." The
.tearful eye may sound well in a poem
but. it, never looks well in any girl's
.Most of the. cats in Liberia are of a
pbright-red tint. - -
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