August 20 2014

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Pat Picks Dolce; Ashley Judd Sounds Off On Her “Puffy Face”; And More…


Pat McGrath created a good many of Fall’s most memorable makeup moments, but the famed face painter did have a favorite. “I love each and every look in a different way,” she insists, although Dolce & Gabbana’s ode to natural Sicilian beauty, left, ranks at the top of her list. [Vogue U.K.]

Ashley Judd’s recently lambasted face isn’t puffy because she’s had work done; it’s puffy because the media says it is—and that’s a way bigger problem than any potential blow to her self-esteem, according to the actress. “The assault on our body image, the hypersexualization of girls and women and subsequent degradation of our sexuality as we walk through the decades, and the general incessant objectification is what this conversation allegedly about my face is really about,” Judd says in a particularly great—and rare—essay on the sexism and ageism that runs rampant in our celebrity-hungry, youth-obsessed culture. Preach! [The Daily Beast]

After a year of hype that included a Facebook contest in which fans got to help Selena Gomez pick the notes in her first fragrance, the teen queen’s signature scent will finally make its debut next month, exclusively at Macy’s. The orange, pineapple, peach, freesia, chocolate, and coconut eau comes in a bottle shaped like a draped purple gown. [WWD]

Underwear models and competitive swimmers aren’t the only men getting waxed these days. Apparently, the “Brozilian,” as bikini waxes for boys have come to be known, has transitioned into the mainstream. [NYT]

Photo: / Luca Cannonieri

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