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DON'T READ THIS IE YOITHAYE A STUB NOSE
By Maybelle Mortimer.
Chignons, puffs, -braids and
curls may come and go, but the
IL. psyche knot goes on forever.
J For the girl with regular fea
tures there is- no prettier way of
dressing thchair, bur, oh, maiden
fair, if your nose turns wpthe
least little bit, never; never .wear
a psyche knot!
The girl in the picture has add
ed to the effect of a Vrbsimple
coiffeur by using aJjarid-oLpearl
beads" laced with gold cord. The
.knot "of hair at the back is larger
and softer than the old psyche.
" Of cburse you've noticed we're
cutting put front hair short again
and teearing it straight or curly
bangs'all about our faces'. We try
to caver up evenbitof our ears ex
cept die lpbe, from which almost
always dangler long drop earrings.
WithJa band .of pearl beads
about ypur.head, long pearl ear-
dEopjs.'and, two .or. three strands of
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