August 22 2014

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The One Thing Gwyneth Would Go Under The Knife For; Indoor Tanning, Now Officially An Addiction; And More…


Gwyneth Paltrow is anti-plastic surgery that’s “out of pure vanity,” but apparently post-nursing breast lifts do not fall under this category. “There’s actually nothing else to restore the original condition,” Paltrow says. [Cleo]

A new study reports that brain changes in people actively using tanning booths are “consistent with that of other things that are considered rewarding such as money, food, or drugs.” The term tanaholic has new meaning. [U.S. News & World Report]

Curious about the buzz-word skincare ingredients of tomorrow? Try “Monk’s pepper” berries and “Chinese gromwell” herbs on for size. [BellaSugar]

Celebrities’ new adventures with hair dye continue to dominate the blogospshere today with Glee‘s Dianna Agron the latest star to jump aboard the neon-streaks bandwagon. Her hue of choice? Pink, à la Katy Perry and Sienna Miller. [Grazia]

Fluorescent strands and other similar feats of hairdressing will be explored with even more detail in the second season of Oxygen’s Hair Battle Spectacular, which debuts tonight. In the premiere, contestants are asked to create a hair homage to their “celebrity crush.” Color us excited. [NPR]

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