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CLEANSING THE HAIR.

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CLEANSING THE HAIR. Constant washing is a wearisome remedy and does not materially mend matters, says the Tatler A good cleansing lotion may, however, be used daily with advantage, and there is no better method of application than with a small brush several sizes larger than a tooth brush. If the condition of the hair should be so dank as to make draseing it a matter of difficulty a little powdered orris root and toilet powder should be sprinkled on the centre parting and vigor- ously and thoroughly brushed out again. The tame simple and efficacious form of dry shampoo may be also resorted to when the hair has become very greasy and an ordinary bhampoo is for the time being impracticable. If the former method is carefully carried out the resulting effects will be most beneficial to the hair. The best way of cleaning black cashmere is to place the dress or goods in strong borax water, made lukewarm; let it remain in soak all night, then take out and hang on a line to dry, and, when dry, press off. Do not rinse or wring.

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