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July 31 2014

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Elvis fanatics, rejoice. The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s famous onyx coif, which was shaved off when he joined the Army in 1958, will be auctioned in Chicago on October 18. Where one could tastefully display such a keepsake is a mystery to us, but happy bidding nonetheless. [Digital Spy]

After two back-to-back Miss Universe wins, Venezuela—where “beauty pageants are a national sport”—is garnering a lot of attention. The country’s success doesn’t simply stem from something in the water, as it turns out. “God created these beautiful women—but he also created plastic surgeons,” says the director of the Miss Venezuela School, a boot camp for would-be contestants. And the plot thickens. [ABC News]

In other beauty pageant news, Rush Limbaugh is slated to be on the judges panel at the Miss America 2010 competition. If it goes anything like this year’s Miss USA broadcast, Limbaugh’s point-distribution during the Q&A portion should be a doozy. [Huff Po]

File this under beauty innovations we weren’t expecting. British beauty brand 2 Love My Lips has just launched a line of glosses with packaging that includes a card for detecting GHB and ketamine, drugs that are popular with would-be drink-spikers. We’ve found that not leaving your tartini unattended also works wonders, but it’s always good to have a backup plan. [Bella Sugar]

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  1. andreverde says:

    Miss Venezuela… I’m Venezuelan and can honestly say Osmel Sousa has never hidden the fact that plastic surgery goes all around this pageant… and maybe the last 99% natural miss venezuela was back in 1997…
    so there you go! you don’t need to do research! there’s beauty over there, yes! but most of their beauty contestants are 50% natural 50% plastic…
    you be the judge!

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