Modern Living: Put On a Colorful Face

With her bright red lips, flashing fire-engine fingernails and dramatically mascaraed eyes, the woman of '71 looks like Marilyn Monroe of the '50s, Rita Hayworth of the '40s, Marlene Dietrich of the '30s or even Theda Bara of the '20s. Anybody, that is, but the so-called natural-looking woman of the '60s. The cosmetics makers and the fashion magazines have passed the word: the natural, no-makeup look is a bore. Flashy cosmetic colors are back.

Deep Colors. The experts do not phrase it precisely that way. "I would use the words deeper and more vibrant to...

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