August 28 2014

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Miss USA Ends Its Court Battle, Men Who Moisturize, And More…


Former Miss California Carrie Prejean and the Miss USA organization have finally settled their vicious lawsuit. Now back to more important matters of swimsuits and evening gowns. [E! Online]

More news on the growing demographic of “men who care.” Below-the-neck moisturizers are joining body spray, shower gel, and facial scrubs as acceptable modes of daily maintenance. Who’s macho now? [NYT]

Sephora has opened a flagship in Singapore. At 13,330 square feet, it’s the company’s largest store in Southeast Asia, and its latest step toward total global domination. [WWD]

Need to make a quick buck in these trying economic times? Sign your ridiculously (or moderately) good-looking children up for modeling. [WSJ]

With women turning to lower-priced mass chains for more of their beauty-buying needs, Wal-Mart plans on upping its holiday sales by taking its prestige offerings out of locked display cases. You know, so women can actually touch that bottle of Britney Spears’ Fantasy before they decide to buy. [Reuters]

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