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    Ways To Star In His Eyes!

     

    Nellie Manley designed this coif for Susan Hart. Miss Manley brushed Susan’s hair well after the setting to bring out natural highlights. The back was coiled into a French roll, the sides blended in, the top hair backcombed and smoothed high into a coronet of ringlets.



    For pretty Brenda Scott, Carmen Dirego designed this swirl-topped hairdo. He is used a protein shampoo to I add body to Brenda’s dark I hair; then he set it on graduated rollers, pin-curls high up the back. The comb-out: plenty of brushing to shape side waves, a high crown.



    After setting Laurel Goodwin’s long blond locks, stylist Virginia Darcy brushed thoroughly. Then she divided the back into three sections and twisted them into a high coronet. Thick bangs brushed forward create a lovely setting for her sparkling Deb Star tiara.



    Lana Wood’s side-tilted hairdo began with a side-tilted setting. (Her light blond hair is about four inches long.) The comb-out: stylist Barbara Lampson used a brush to tease for height and fullness. Then she carefully smoothed the hair from right to left, front and back.



    Stylist Leonora Weaver loves the look of this towering hairdo on Sandra Descher. Miss Weaver parted the back into two sections, swept both upwards and secured them near the roots with rubber bands. Crepe wool padding adds more height to the crown.



    To Karyn Kupcinet’s coffee-colored hair, Eve Ewing added highlights with an enriched shampoo. The setting: large rollers for body, brushing for gloss. The back was swirled into a low French roll, the front teased for fullness. Kiss curls completed the feminine look.



    Sheila James’ sparkling ginger hair was styled by Helena King. First, it was set on large rollers with pincurls at the back to add body. Then, after lots of brushing, the back was coiled into a high French roll, the front softly curled and blended over the crown.



    Lovely Joan Freeman’s high-do was styled by Ray Forman. After setting her blond hair on small rollers, he parted it into two sections. The back was rolled into a smooth French twist, the top. back combed. Final touch: a circlet of hair swirled up from the crown.



    For Lori Martin—a high crown of ringlets and a sweep of bangs became the base for her Deb Star tiara. Stylist Hedy Mjorud set her hair on large rollers, then brushed it thoroughly. The back is sleeked into a French roll, the sides pulled smooth and softly rounded.



    Patty McCormack likes to wear her long hair down, and here’s how Naomi Cavin did it: after a rich shampoo and creme rinse, she set it on graduated rollers. Then Miss Cavin brushed soft waves downward, lifted bangs, teased the crown to round out the silhouette.



    Roberta Shore’s ash blond hair was styled by Edith Westmore. She parted off four sections at the back in the shape of a low cross. Then she contoured waves at the sides, back-combed the crown, twirled two curls high for a rounded look and finished all with hairspray.



    Stand-up pincurls gave extra body and bounce to Mimsy Farmer’s lovely style. First her hair was brushed, then spiraled high into a roll at the crown. The front and sides were molded into waves. To add luster to Mimsy’s hair, stylist Jean Burt used a protein rinse.



    For brunette Sandra Bettin, Jane Gordon created this charming coif. She used both rollers and pincurls to give Sandra’s long hair extra body. Then she coiled the back into a French twist that extends up over the crown and toward the front. Miss Gordon coaxed soft waves across the crown and blended them into the high chignon to secure her tiara.



    Sharon Lyn Hillyer’s coif is softly rounded and so flattering. Stylist Kay Reed began by setting Sharon’s dark hair on rollers and brushing it thoroughly to add sheen. (A dab of hairdressing on the ends helped, too.) Then she parted off the back and made a French roll. The finishing touch: a halo of smooth waves about Sharon’s face.



     

    It is a quote. PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE FEBRUARY 1963

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