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[[this advertisement covers both pages, so it has been treated as one page]]


[[image - color photograph of fashion model dressed in coat, hat, and boots sitting on large white star with blue background]]

Clothes: Lisandro Sarasola. Jewelry: Jay Feinberg. Fragrance: Charlie. [[Copyright symbol]] 1984 Revlon Inc.

The Toast of New York

Beverly Hills Burgundy

Hot Texas Chili

The All-Americans
When you see Revlon's new browns for fall, you won't think of saddles, loafers or Boston baked beans. Because these colors are a new breed of the classic American brown. They're more interesting. Polished. The very best dressed-up browns. They're Revlon's All-American colors. Made for the world, in the U.S.A. 
America's colors for eyes, lips, cheeks, and nails are at Revlon counters across the U.S.A.

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