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July 22 2014

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Demi Moore For Helena Rubinstein—Or Is It?; Courteney Cox On Aging In Hollywood; And More…

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Demi Moore is the latest victim of an overly airbrushed celebrity-fronted beauty campaign. The European cosmetics brand Helena Rubinstein has made Moore look nearly unrecognizable in its latest ads. [Daily Mail]

Every time Courteney Cox appears in a promo for her TV series Cougar Town, it is abundantly clear that she takes a pro stance on Botox. But the former Friends star is also plenty happy to verbalize her reliance on antiaging wonder drugs: “Getting older isn’t easy for anybody. Especially here in Los Angeles. So let’s be clear: looking youthful is something I do a lot of research on…If someone says, ‘You should try apple stem cells,’ guess who’ll be putting them on her face the next day?” [Telegraph]

Forget the lipstick index. Hair salon visits are now being used as an economic indicator, as a rise in appointments over the last year seems to be signaling an upturn in the nation’s financial forecast. [L.A. Times]

The long-held belief that brains trump beauty in the workplace has a received a big setback as new research claims that physical attractiveness provides a huge boost in the job application process. When a photograph accompanies a job application, attractive job candidates get called back 36 percent more often than unattractive ones, the study finds. [WSJ]

Jaime King is the latest actress to embrace dip-dyeing, the hair color trend that just won’t die. The typically blonde actress has gone a shade of ombré blue. [Us]

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