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" The hair, either bright black, or brown, not thin, but full and waving; and if it falls in moderate curls, the better. The black is particularly useful for setting off the whitenem of the neck and skin. "
Crito; or a Dialogue on beauty, by Sir Harry Beaumont, i.e. the Rev. Joseph ... - Page 15
by Robert Dodsley - 1761
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Crito: Or, A Dialogue on Beauty

Joseph Spence - Aesthetics - 1752 - 61 pages
...more PleaTure tohimfelf, in the fineft Pifturea and Statues ; and I am forced to have recourfe to them The Hair either bright, black or brown ; not thin,...the Whitenefs of the Neck and Skin. The Eyes black, chefnur, or blue ; clear, bright, and lively ; and rather large in Proportion than final!. The Eyebrows,...
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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects, Volume 1

William Hay - 1761
...Proportion than large, it with more Pleafure to himfelf, in the fineft Pictures and Statues; and lam forced to have recouife to The Hair, either bright,...it falls in moderate Curls, the better. The Black ii particularly ufeful for letting off the Whitenefs of the Neck and Skin. The Eyts, black, chefnut,...
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Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects: By Several Authors. ... Containing I ...

1765
...with more Pleafure to himfelf, in the fineft Pi&ures and Statues ; and I am forced to have Recourfe to The Hair, either bright, black, or brown ; not...Curls, the better. The black is particularly ufeful for letting off the Whitnefs of the Neck and Skin. The Eyes, black, chefnut, or blue i clear, bright, and...
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The Boston magazine

...flat nor prominent, but like the head, well rounded ; and rather, fmall in proportion than large. I\M hair, either bright black, or brown; not thin, but...moderate curls, the better. The black is particularly ufrful for fetting off the whitenefs of the neck and (kin. The eyes black, chefnut or blue! clear,...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 3, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797
...neither flat nor prominent, but like the head, well rounded ; and rather fmall in proportion than hrge. The hair, either bright, black, or brown ; not thin,...moderate curls the better. The black is particularly ufcful for felting off the whitenefs of the neck and fl<in. The eyes, black, chefnut, or blue ; clear,...
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The Pleasures of Human Life, Examined and Enumerated: With an Entertaining ...

John Platts - Conduct of life - 1822 - 764 pages
...flat nor prominent, but, like the head, well rounded ; and rather small, in proportion, than large. The hair, either bright black, or brown, not thin,...moderate curls, the better. The black is particularly useful for setting off the whitenem of the neck and skin. The eyes black, chesnut, or blue; clear,...
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The Lady's magazine (and museum). Improved ser., enlarged

1837
...neither flat nor prominent, but like the head well rounded, and rather small in proportion than large. The hair either bright black or brown ; not thin but full and waving ; and if it fall in moderate curls the better. The black is particularly useful for setting off the whiteness of...
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The Arts of Beauty: Or, Secrets of a Lady's Toilet

Lola Montez - Beauty, Personal - 1858 - 132 pages
...rounded, aud rather small in proportion than large. " The hair either black, bright brown, or auburn, not thin, but full and waving, and if it falls in moderate curls, the better—the black is particularly useful in setting off the whiteness of the neck and skin. " The...
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The arts of beauty. By Lola Montez

Maria Dolores E.R. Gilbert - 1860
...rounded, and rather small in proportion than large. " The hair either black, bright brown, or auburn ; not thin, but full and waving, and if it falls in...moderate curls, the better. The black is particularly useful in setting off" the whiteness of the neck and skin. " The eyes black, chestnut, or blue ; clear,...
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Crito, Or, A Dialogue on Beauty

Joseph Spence - Aesthetics - 1885 - 67 pages
...neither flat nor prominent, but like the Head, well-rounded; and rather small in Proportion than large. The Hair, either bright, black, or brown ; not thin,...moderate Curls, the better. The Black is particularly useful for setting off the Whiteness of the Neck and Skin. The Eyes, black, chesnut, or blue ; clear,...
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