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August 29 2014

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3 posts tagged "Andrej Pejic"

Breaking the Cover Girl Mold; DIY Perfumery: A How-To; And More…

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Andrej Pejic: international cover star. The gender-bending beauty and Jean Paul Gaultier muse graces the front of the new issue of Elle Serbia, the first-ever transgender model to do so. [Daily Mail]

Ever wonder how to create your own eau de toilette at home? It’s shockingly simple, according to this handy guide. [Wired U.K.]

If you’re in the market for a good diet book to satisfy those 2013 resolutions, look no further than your local librarian: They’ve got the hot tips on the best weight-loss reads. [Huff Po]

Is wearing makeup ultimately damaging to a woman’s self-esteem, or uplifting? Join the debate here. [NYT]

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Obama Gets Into The Politics Of Polish; JPG Defines The Andrej Pejic Appeal; and More…

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Barack Obama’s re-election committee reportedly has a special incentive for prospective campaign donors: nail polish. The Obama campaign is reviving a product initiative it started last month and is selling a custom, three-piece collection of Le Métier de Beauté lacquers at $40 a pop. Sure, they’re receiving a little bit of flack for shelling out to the tune of $10,000 to create the varnishes, but, like, polish for politics is kind of an awesome idea. Mark us down for a set. [Politico]

As per yesterday’s news roundup, Hunger Games hairstylist Linda Flowers confirmed that Elizabeth Banks’ character’s hair in the movie required the most work. But Jennifer Lawrence’s on-screen tresses may have required the most money. Lawrence apparently refused to play guinea pig when Flowers was experimenting to find Katniss Everdeen’s perfect shade of brunette, so the coiffing star bought five $6,000 wigs to arrive at the right color before actually dyeing Lawrence’s blond strands. [Daily Mail]

Why did Jean Paul Gaultier enlist gender-bending model Andrej Pejic to be the face of his forthcoming Le Male fragrance campaign? Because he’s the “modern woman-boy of today,” according to the designer—obviously. [Grazia]

Apparently, the awkward skin issues of your teenage years may not necessarily be over and done with. According to a new study, adult acne is becoming increasingly common in women well into their 40s and even 50s. [Huff Po]

First came the beauty contract, now comes the book. Revlon brand ambassador Jessica Alba has confirmed that her first book will be released in early 2013 and will include some of her favorite beauty tips and guidelines to living an honest, healthy lifestyle. [She Knows]

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And the Oscar for Best Makeup Goes To…; Nicki Minaj’s Doll Parts; And More…

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The votes are in. The Academy Award nominees for best makeup have finally been announced and include nods for Albert Nobbs, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, and The Iron Lady. May the best face painter win. [Washington Post]

Marvel’s comic book movie extravaganza The Avengers might not be in theaters until the summer, but cross-promotional marketing plans have already begun. At the top of that list? A collection of Avengers-inspired perfumes, obviously. [IFC]

Nicki Minaj is no stranger to wacky hair and makeup looks, but she’s taken things one step further with the music video for her new single, in which she looks like a Bratz doll—pastel yellow lipstick, circle lenses, pink hair, and all. [Daily Mail]

The rumor mill is churning with news that following a turn on Jean Paul Gaultier’s men’s runway last week in Paris, gender-neutral model Andrej Pejic is about to ink a big fragrance campaign. Stay tuned. [Fashionista]

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