Audrey Hepburn, the late actress and humanitarian had this to say when asked about her “beauty tips”. For attractive lips… Speak with words of kindness.
For lovely eyes… Seek out the good in people.
For a slim figure… Share your food with the hungry.
For beautiful hair… Let a child run his gets through it once a day.
For poise… Walk with the knowledge you’ll never walk alone or her fin-
People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed… Never throw out anybody.
The Commonest Sign of Middle Age
“T BELIEVE that the commonest sign of middle I age, and the most destructive of beauty, is the lost youthful contour of the face,” says Madame Rubinstein. “The line going from the point of the chin up to the ear is almost an infallible index to a woman’s age. In youth, it is a lovely curve. Then it gets a little heavier; it droops more and more, as the cheek muscles sag; and finally, it develops pronounced pockets at either side of the chin. “Some women remedy this by having a small section of skin removed under the hair above the ears, and the edges then sewed together. This lifts the sagging cheeks and restores the contour. But it would not be necessary if a woman would keep the facial muscles firm and healthy. “I think that American women are much more ready to resort to an operation in cases of this kind than women abroad; certainly they are more willing than French women are. The French dread operations, or any painful treatment. They are chiefly fond of putting various `beautifiers’ in their bath. But Americans are more inclined to resort to severe measures, to get it over as they say. The wise course is between these extremes.