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If you can't beat'em, join'em.
A month ago the beauty above had no-color brown hair. She had the same eyes, nose, mouth, but they didn't come off the same. We mixed Clairol Creme Toner blonde colors, 9A Towhead and White Beige, for her pre-lightened hair to arrive at the color you see here, which is far more beautiful on her than no-color brown. (And now she wears Clairol lip color and make-up for blondes.)
Only Clairol Creme Toner has 32 pale delicate blonde shades. That's why, with a hairdresser or on their own, the Creme Toner blondes have always been the great blondes. Still they're a very democratic group. Absolutely anyone can join them.
The 32 Clairol Creme Toner Blondes

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A lady from Detroit said she thinks Larks taste funny. We say that's good!
When you've got a filter that cuts down on different things in cigarette smoke, you're bound to have something different in flavor. And Lark does have a filter that's something different. Make no mistake about that!
Our 3-piece filter (U.S. Patent No. 3,251,365) uses activated, fortified charcoal granules. They give one Lark more surface-filtering area than a whole pack of anyone else's conventional filter cigarettes. So, without cutting down on richness, they reduce certain harsh-tasting things in the smoke stream. Things ordinary filters simply cannot reduce.
We're glad the lady from Detroit noticed the difference. It's what Lark's all about.
See if you don't enjoy the "funny" taste of Lark.

[[image - box of cigarettes with the following text: LARK. Lark contains two modern outer filters plus an inner filter of charcoal granules-a basic material science uses to purify air. These granules, not only activated but specially fortified, filter smoke selectively to give Lark a taste of its own.]]

You ought to turn to charcoal.
You ought to turn to Lark.
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