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BLASE BROADWAY DYES HAIR OR POWDERS
DANCES IN MAD SEARCH FOR PLEASURE
ey mixola Greeley-Smith.
New YorR", March 2. Two bliz
zards struck New York simultan
eously a short time ago a blizzard
of snow which has already melted or
been carted away and a blizzard of
powder which has fallen upon the
hair of New York women.
. The dyed wigs are here, of course,
and department stores are offering
them at $16 each for the more usual
shades of scarlet, midnight blue,
green and purple, or are dying wigs
your costume I fe v " fet ;V$ '
specially to match
But New York women don't like
the colored wigs, or else they are
afraid to wear them, because prac
tically no scarlet or purple. coiffures
have made their appearance in pub
It is far otherwise with the rival
fad for powdered hair, -which is al
most universally becoming.
Broadway has taken to hair pow
der and at the most successful pub
lic ball-given a short time ago by An
dre and Jacques Biistonoby each
guest was requested to wear a white
wig, or to appear with powdered hair.
The pflblic fancy dress ball intro
duced here a year ago by the French
dandy and exquisite, Andre de Fou
quieres, has caught New York.. No
week passes without its restaurant
Dancers Wear Powdered Hair ana6
y Colonial Costumes. '
costume. ball. A few weeks ago when
the oriental craze was at its 'height,