At no time is the arrangement of the hair so noticeable as in the summer, when the average healthy American girl goes hatless. At about sixteen or seventeen years the hair is generally worn up on the head, and if the present modes are followed, and the hair arranged deep over the brow and ears and low in the back, the youthful grace and charm will not be sacrificed.
Girls of fourteen and fifteen may wear their hair parted in the center or on either side, or combed back in a soft pompadour with the ends of the hair fastened with a barrette as shown below. For straight hair the plaited mode at the bottom of this page is very pretty. A flat bow is suitable for daywear, or a satin band for parties.