August 30 2014

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Lindsay Goes Blonde, Marc Talks Vuitton Fragrance, And More…


Lindsay Lohan is back to blonde. Looks like that alcohol-monitoring-bracelet-induced boredom sent her straight to the salon. [People]

In other hair color news, Marc Jacobs sported a brown hue to the opening of Bond Street’s new Louis Vuitton outpost last night instead of his signature inky black color—the result of some new hair plugs he’s just gotten that cannot be dyed right away, the designer divulged. A particularly forthcoming Jacobs also revealed that he hopes to one day collaborate on an LV fragrance, territory on which the 156-year-old luxury brand has shockingly never tread. Hopefully, he’ll pose nude and greased down for those ad visuals, too. [Telegraph]

Even if there were a Vuitton fragrance, you couldn’t wear it in Vegas today, as Sin City has declared its boundaries fragrance-free in honor of Indoor Air Quality Awareness Day. What is Vegas without the obnoxious wafts of designer (and designer imitation) eaux, we ask you?! [NYT]

While it has long been known that vitamin A and sun exposure don’t mix, a new study claims that some retinols can actually speed up the growth of cancer cells in skin. What’s really troubling, though, is the fact that vitamin A is in 41 percent of all sunscreens; protecting yourself from UV rays can actually be doing more harm than good. Fingers crossed those domed cities of sci-fi fame will one day become be a reality so we can forget about our burgeoning case of agoraphobia. [Stylelist]

Until then, a new accessory has hit the market that lets you know when your preferably vitamin A-free sunscreen has reached its UV-protection limit. The wristband designed by a nuclear physicist starts out orange and turns purple when it’s time to reapply. We happen to look good in both of those colors, so…bonus. [Stylelist]

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