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April 19 2014

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Cuckoo For Coco, Extreme Beauty, Say Goodbye To Cleavage Wrinkles, And More

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Good news for all the diehard Coco Rocha fans out there: With quite a bit of help from her husband, the model (here, on the catwalk at Mugler) launched a personal Web site yesterday that archives her seven-year-long modeling career, including all runway looks, editorials, and magazine covers. Taking into account her Twitter and Tumblr presence, it’s safe to say Rocha has self-promo down to a science. [CocoRocha.com]

Experimental makeup artist Alex Box is taking face painting to a higher level with a performance called “The Evolution of Surface.” Teaming up with MAC, Box creates fantastical looks using “motion-control technology to virtually paint on a 3-D face shown on a screen.” She’s at the New Museum at New York tonight and Milk Studios in L.A. on Friday. [WWD]

What’s up with the attention “cleavage wrinkles” have been getting? Yesterday, we brushed aside a post about a bra specially designed to keep your décolleté crease-free, and today Glamour spoke with a dermatologist about sag prevention. If you’re worried about cleavkles, try wearing sunscreen on your chest and avoiding sleeping on your side. [Glamour]

Another addition to your maintenance routine: nose waxing. That’s right, apparently it’s popular at Bliss and a must for close-ups. [Allure]

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