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Girls Just Want To Be Women, Models Without Makeup, And More…

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Cosmetics use among tweens is reportedly on the rise, and it’s the parents—and aggressive makeup marketing campaigns aimed at the young-girl demographic—that are to blame. Ah, they grow up so fast—or at least they look like they do when they’re covered in bronzer, lipstick, and mascara. [NYT]

More updates from People‘s Most Beautiful issue. Heidi Klum has chosen to pose for the magazine’s annual issue sans maquillage. She looks different without the help of foundation and airbrushing—in a good way, though. [Huff Po]

In other supermodels-without-makeup news, barefaced images of the more than 50 curvaceous ladies who walked in Louis Vuitton’s Fall-Winter 2010 show are now available for your viewing pleasure. Perhaps not surprisingly, Lara Stone, Adriana Lima, and co. still look dead sexy. [Huff Po]

A new study shows that fair-skinned, freckle-faced redheads are the most common tanning-bed offenders. At least they have a role model in Lindsay Lohan and her UV ray-safe Sevin Nyne self-tanner. (No, we never thought we’d be using the words “role model” to describe LiLo, either.) [Daily Mail]

The woman who beat out Sarah Palin for the Miss Alaska title in 1984 is apparently out to best her again by getting in on the politics game. Former beauty queen Maryline Blackburn is running for a Republican seat in the Georgia House of Representatives. Unlike Palin, however, Blackburn voted for Obama in 2008. And the plot thickens… [MSNBC]

Photo: Greg Kessler

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