September 3 2014

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“The Netflix Of Nail Polish” Has Arrived; Oprah: The Organic Beauty Line?; And More…


The nail industry is still booming. Need proof? Meet Lacquerous: the Netflix of nail polish. For $18 a month, the membership-only service will allow you to rent three different varnishes in over 70 different shades from a myriad of brands for 30 days. Then you just pop them into a box with a prepaid mailing label, send them off, and expect a new shipment a few days later. Also worth noting: In this beauty-centric adaptation of the mail-in movie model, the word “queue” has been replaced by the term “lust list.” [Time]

Demi Moore’s first fragrance foray with Helena Rubinstein circa 2009 is currently discontinued, but that hasn’t stopped the 50-year-old from giving it another go. The former Mrs. Kutcher has apparently just launched the ylang-ylang, jasmine sambac, and sandalwood eau, More by Demi, with Swedish cosmetics giant Oriflame. [The Scented Salamander]

Watch out, green beauty industry. Oprah Winfrey has apparently filed a few different applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to launch a series of organic goods under the name “Oprah’s Organics,” “Oprah’s Farm,” or “Oprah’s Harvest”—soaps, bath oils, and skincare and hair-care products included. [Forbes]

In the latest episode of “as the celebrity hair-color wheel turns,” Dakota Fanning made her first big red-carpet appearance with her newly dyed brunette locks, and Snooki has gone a shade of fire-engine red. Ah, the intrigue. [Just Jared and Us]

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