September 2 2014

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Diet Coke X Minx; Cameron Gets Real About Nutrition; And More…


To fête the unveiling of Diet Coke’s new “corset” bottle designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, the brand enlisted the help of Minx to create matching nail designs at the event. Swedish nail stylist Frida Selkirk applied custom-made, black fishnet-embellished Minx to the crowd—you know, so their nails could match their beverages. [Minx]

“Everyone needs to find a purpose, and I think mine is to help other people,” says Cameron Diaz, who plans on doing her do-gooding as a nutrition educator. “This project is only in the blueprint stages, but I’m creating a space where I can teach healthy habits that girls can build on. I see women struggling with their bodies because they don’t know how they work on basic levels, starting with nutrition. The more I talk about this with people , the more I realize how much it’s needed. I’m really throwing all of my energy into it.” [Just Jared]

After getting some flack for promoting excessive exercising and poor eating habits, Lady Gaga has taken her workouts private—by purchasing not one but two Soul Cycle spin bikes from the studio. [NYP]

YouTube beauty tutorials are nothing new, but self-taught Nepalese makeup artist Promise Tamang Phan may have found a niche for herself. The Internet’s newest sensation has an uncanny ability to transform herself into an impressive number of celebrities—from Adriana Lima and Scarlett Johansson to Michael Jackson—with the simple swipe of a lipstick bullet. How big has Phan’s strange brand of face-painting become? About 96 million page views big. [Telegraph]

Photo: Courtesy of Minx

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