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"STUDY YOUR HOSE IN EVERY POSE"
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By Billie Burke.
"Why, she can never be pretty,"
said"a man to whom I was expatiat
ing on the beauty of a girl at the
next table at Sherry's. "Her nose is
not pretty, and the nose is the most
important feature of the face."
"From where I sit her nose is beau
tiful," I answered. "It is 'tip tilted
like a flower' and gives her a most
The man was curious enough to
come over to my side of the table to
get my point of view. He looked a
moment and then said, "I guess you
are" right. "When you look & the girl
from here, her nose is only piquant
ly retrousse, but from where I- sat
it was just a plain snub."
I do not think women take enough i
thought about the shape of their
noses. They are apt to think that
the nose is the one feature that can
not be changed materially. While
ypu cannot change. the shape of your
nose -without an operation, you CAN
comb your hair, pick out your hats,
and wear your neck dressed in such
a manner that it will look as the an
cients named it the ornament of the;
face. Never wear a hat that sets
back on your head if your nose is the
slightest bit snubbed -and be very