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Perfume Bans, Avon’s Green Movement, And More

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Following a 2008 lawsuit by an employee who claimed a colleague’s perfume distracted her, Detroit asks city workers to stick to their natural eau while on the job. [MSNBC]

Avon embarks on a major environmental initiative, beginning with a hefty $1 million donation to the Nature Conservancy to replant trees in South America. [WWD]

Miss England 2009 winner Katrina Hodge convinced pageant officials to replace the oh-so-tired swimsuit competition with a sports challenge. We predict less double-sided tape and more Band-Aids. [Telegraph]

A new, clearly unauthorized biography claims Angelina Jolie’s famous lips are real, but her nose is not. [New York Post]

And in more pucker news, researchers in Florida think lips would look so much better with a bit of neck in them—surgeons there have begun to use neck muscles for lip augmentations. Gross. [BBC]

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