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from girlhood -into young ladyhood
some of them are so eager to put
aside their little-girl fashions and
some are so timid about assuming
To Miss Sixteen. we'-djTecommend
the Borohet style of7hate;dressingas
a happy compromise between' the
1 draw her hair softly back about her
head, part it at each side just back
of the ear,, rojl each strand .into a flat
little "wheel" just above the ear at
a becoming distance from the fore
head, The -strand at the back may
he made into a-third little "wheel" or
twisted, into a figure eight
. -To make the coronet the hair
skould be divided into two strands
and each. made into a braids It
should be fluffed out softly around
the face, the braids crossed at the
nape, of the necjs,. brought around
ike head and crossed smoothly on.
the 'top, great care being taken to
tuck in the ends so that the coronet
will look like a smooth circlet of hair.
A.barette will hold the braids firmly
Jh place at the back of the. neck, and
two shell hairpins-1-not the ornamen
tal, jeweled kind t will give the
braids firmness at the. sides. Of
course, several small 'hairpins will be,
I needed to' Tiold the. coronet in place.
isut miss sixteen ig aerae:too a
to wear her hltfr in brai&t especially
if she tucks tnem. up as. shown m the
upper left picture andvuses"4 pretty
barette to hold them, in plae Jn. the
back. This same style is very? good
for the girl of 14, but better still, for.
the younger girl is th6 single hraid '
tied 'ynXh. a bow of .ribbon prt 'With'"
those convenient little shell clasps
thaf jare, sold in almost every depart-,
meat store for a dime, ' -
To arrange the hair as it is shown
in the upper picture, part it in.
the middle, divide it in. three
strands, puff out the two side strands
so that they make a soft frame for
tbec-face, draw them back and fold
the end to the back strand and then
braid the three in a loose but firm
braid, tuck the "pigtail" up and
fasten it with a barette or three or
fashions of a little girl and a big girl. four small hairpins: . A comb or. bar-,
The1 coronet is more womanly than ette, however, will add to the attrac
brakls and it is almost always becom-; tiveness of the braid.
Ing. The only girl who must not 00
twht'e her braids about her head is ( Russian cotton mills, in 1913 con
the;irl with the long thin face and ( sunied 1,700,000 bales of cotton, half -(he
rather long nose. She should 1 of which, was grown, in Russia,