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Mariacarla Spills Her Makeup Bag; Kate Middleton: Hair Extension Devotee?; And More…

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Mariacarla Boscono shares her beauty secrets, all of which are unsurprisingly excellent. The Givenchy muse and the face of Riccardo Tisci’s Dahlia Noir travels with five bags of skincare products so she can keep her complexion calm no matter what part of the world her work takes her to. Her star products include Givenchy Peel Me Perfectly, an at-home scrub, Avène hydrating cream, and a pure vitamin C from Filorga, a French brand. As for as her raven-hued hair, that takes maintenance too. “It’s very many years I’ve colored my hair, but always with natural stuff; I hate the chemical things.” [Elle]

Barbra Streisand looks far younger than her 69 years, and she has a reliance on SPF 45, hand-blended Senna cosmetics, Gale Hayman Night Cream, and, apparently, character to thank for it. “When you fall under the spell of her beautiful voice you’re not thinking of her nose or makeup, just a magnificent character,” says makeup artist Laura Mercier. [Daily Mail]

Emma Watson parts ways with her pixie cut in My Week With Marilyn, a new flick in which the Harry Potter actress stars as a brunette with fifities-era curls and manicured bangs alongside Michelle Williams’ bombshell Monroe. [MTV.com]

In other hair transformation news, the rumor mill has been churning with allegations that Kate Middleton gets her enviable chestnut locks with hair extensions. But rest assured, the palace has confirmed that the paparazzi was simply confused by a scar on the Duchess’ head, which they mistook for the line of extensions. Phew. [Ok!]

Photo: Luca Cannonieri / GoRunway.com

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  1. specifix says:

    I totally understand why Barbra uses Gale Hayman Night Cream. I have used it for almost a year and its fantastic. I started getting complements before I finished the first jar.

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