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I /Vl00l00Ik) V UO. David = Hair --2 + David Tallent is a math teacher from England who met his true love while teaching in the Middle East. Now the two live in Issa- quah, where David takes care of their three-month- old daughter between tutor- ing jobs and his wife Julie works as a secretary. 'Tve been too poor to get a haircut," protested David as Studio 185's Cisco Car- rigan tsk-tsked about the unruly state of his wavy brown locks. "It's only been about three months." great clothes heavy and glob together." After the treatment was added, Cisco wrapped a plastic bag over David's hair and sat him under a dryer for 15 minutes to get the treatment working. David killed time by read- ing Consumer Reports and humming, "Ground control to master Tom... put your plastic helmet on..." After the cut, it was off to the Village Men's Shop to try on some new clothes. He raved about everything ('% rugby shirt! I have to wear it!") and when the ses- sion ws over, he'd ordered $150 worth of clothes. His favorite outfit includ- ed a sweater vest in an argyle pattern of muted blues, grays, burgundy and beige (Stanley Blacker, $40), gray wool slacks (Asher, $50) a pinpoint ox- ford cloth shirt in pale blue (on sale for $34) and a red silk tie with a blue print (Briar $18.50). "It's wonderful! It all feels so good!" he ex- claimed. "1 have a tie like this already, but I've got to have this one too. Just save it for the first of the month, when I've got some money." "'He's going to lose about half his hair today," ex- plained Cisco, running the long curls through his fingers. "He's got kind of a receding hairline, so I'm go- ing to leave it full up there. Also, look what happens when he's got no hair over his forehead -- it makes his nose look so big." David shot him a wither- ing look, but submitted with good grace as Cisco washed his hair and added a special protein treatment to get the "residue" out of his hair. "His hair is dull from not rinsing properly and I think he's been putting something in it like balsam. It makes it %1 guess I still see myself as the hassled college stu- dent," sighed lsabelle Snyder as she peered into a mirror at Studio 185. "1 want to change my image. I want to look like a young professional woman." Isabelle, 31, has been out of college for three years, working as a bookkeeper for various businesses in Issaquah and Bellevue. She figured it was about time to clean up her image and Studio 185 obliged with more than six hours of snip- ping, scrubbing, filing, curl- ing and brushing. After another hour of trying on new clothes at The Calico Cat, she was literally a new person. Isabelle began her make- over with a complete facial. Studio 185's Pat Wressell explained that Isabelle has sensitive, acne-prone skin. She applied a sluffing cream to take off a layer of Above, David Tallent's before and after look. From far left: David kills time while having his hair conditioned under the dryer; Cisco Carrigan layers David's hair; the before and after clothes. All makeover photos by Rodi Shemeta Ludlum. For the "After" Look see us at Gilman Village Issaquah 392-9190 The Mason Clinic is pleased to THE announce the opening of.......... MASON CLINIC EAST A New Health Care Center for the Eastside Providing Family-Centered Services and Specialty Care D. Robert Webb, M.D. Internal Medicine and Allergy Gary S. Kaplan, M.D. , Internal Medicine Delbert D. Morris, M.D. Family Practice David S. Paplow, M.D. Family Practice i I __%-L ! Location: 13014 120th N.E. Kirldand, WA 98033 12hin8 0O 4 Office Hours: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 Saturday dead skin cells and then another lotion to stimulate the skin and remove the rest of the dead skin layer from her face and throat. Fifteen minutes of steaming ac- tivated the lotion which was then removed and replaced with a mask. Last of all, she applied a protective cream containing vitamins A and D. "'You can get sun damage even in the winter,'" said Pat who also admonished Isa- belle to prevent chapped lips by wearing lip gloss. "'Not Chapstik[ That's nothing but wax!" The facial delighted Isabelle, who noted, "My skin is actually pink! It usually look so gray." Next Pat removed stray eyebrow hairs and waxed Isabelle's upper lip to get rid of hair growth there. Isabelle's shoulder-length Continued on Page 8 Top left and right: before and after look for Isabelle Snyder. Above, her face is steamed; middle, her hair rolled for a perm; right, lipstick is added. 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