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April 19 2014

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Lanvin Goes Triple Platinum for Spring, Brits Are Bulking Up Their Brows, and More

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Lanvin’s Spring 2014 campaign featuring Julia Nobis, Sasha Luss, and Irene Hiemstra makes yet another case for going platinum. [FashionGoneRogue.com]

Hair transplants are on the rise, but not just for men hoping to hide bald spots. According to a British plastic surgery group, inquiries about eyebrow transplants are up 45 percent since 2010. The average caller is 30 years old and 70 percent of potential clients are women who suffer from over-zealous plucking (a souvenir from the nineties). Inspired by Cara Delevingne, ladies are lining up across the pond for the $2,500 procedure that leaves them with bigger, bushier arches. [Daily Mail]

3D printing is raising the bar (along with the designs) on nail wraps. A company called Laser Girls is creating high-tech tips comprised of nylon plastic. [Refinery29]

No need to pack your hairdryer—at least not if you’re staying at the Loews Regency Hotel Park Avenue. Along with a $100 million renovation, each room in the New York City spot features bathroom amenities and a high-powered blowdryer created by salon owner Julien Farel.

Photo: Courtesy of Lanvin

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