September 1 2014

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Acne Problems? There’s An App For That; Jennifer’s Body Double; And More…


Another iPhone app that claims to help you with your beauty needs is in the works. This one features a special light that allegedly kills acne-causing bacteria and promotes collagen growth while you talk on the phone. Multitasking at its best! [The Sun]

The Jolie-Pitts and the Holmes-Cruises were out in full force at last night’s Super Bowl—as was one Kim Kardashian, who used Minx nail overlays to show her support for boyfriend, Saints running back Reggie Bush. The gold and black designs spelled “Bush” on both of her hands, with his number, 25, on her thumbs. If only custom-made Minx were available to the non-celeb set. We could’ve done better. [Access Hollywood]

Speaking of the Super Bowl, how ’bout that big Dove for Men spot celebrating what is being hailed as a “postmodern type of masculinity,” i.e., men who are comfortable enough in their skin to use moisturizer without shame. Hey, it beat the rest of the ads, which were heavy on the misogynistic references to nagging wives and girlfriends. In 2010? Really? [Denver Post]

And one more SB note for you. Megan Fox is at the center of a “body double” debate. No, no—those sexy calves sticking out of the bathtub during that Motorola ad were all hers, but the hand caressing the phone in the close-up reportedly belonged to someone else. Scan-da-lous. [Daily Mail]



  1. StephanieClaudia says:

    Both me and my friend noticed a theme among a bunch of different commercials about “being manly.” It didnt really bother me or anything but we didnt really get it.

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