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April 20 2014

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Body By Mila (Not You); Lizzie Jagger For Wrangler Denim Spa; And More…

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If you’re hoping to get a svelte body like Mila Kunis’, the likelihood is you won’t be able to with a single body salve alone, even if it is Rodial’s Body Sculpture Cream—which is why the UK has banned ads for the product featuring the Black Swan star in the buff, citing “deceptive” marketing techniques. [E! ]

Wrangler is indeed serious about its new line of jeans that moisturize your legs while you wear them—so serious, they’ve hired a spokesmodel for the Denim Spa range: Lizzie Jagger. [Contact Music]

Jessica Alba’s secret to baby-soft skin? Beauty products for babies from the organic brand Weleda, of course. [InStyle U.K.]

Live! With Kelly and Michael star Kelly Ripa has revealed that she gets Botox injections every seven months so her eyelid skin rests on her eyelashes. “I feel like [Botox] makes my makeup artist’s life easier, and it makes my eyes look a little more open on TV, which is where I happen to work right now,” she explains. [Hollywood Life]

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Martha Tweets Marc; Emma Lives For Le Labo; And More…

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Just in case you’ve forgotten, Martha Stewart wanted to remind you—last night, live from a WWD event, via Twitter—that Marc Jacobs is launching a makeup line with Sephora this fall, and that he “loved his supportive grandmother.” Her feed; her 140 characters. [Glamour]

Katie Holmes’ debut ads as the first-ever global brand ambassador for Bobbi Brown cosmetics are making the rounds this week. In them she wears a rosy cheek, nude lip, and subtly smoky eye. “I really like her philosophy that makeup makes you feel beautiful,” Holmes says of Brown. “You’re already beautiful, but it makes you feel stronger and better.” [Us]

Botox, meet the stem-cell facial. The treatment, which takes stem cells from your own fat and injects them into your face, is touted as a permanent alternative to the popular toxin. [Huff Po]

News flash: Emma Roberts is “really obsessed” with Le Labo Santal 33 right now. That is all. [E!]

For the statistics nuts out there, here’s a look at Kate Middleton’s hair by the numbers: The Duchess goes for a glossy “Chelsea blow dry” 73.4 percent of the time, a chic half-up, half-down 13.6 percent of the time, and wears her strands either loose, curly, or in a ponytail 6.5 percent of the time. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Courtesy of Le Labo

Herbal Essences Revives The “Totally Organic Experience;” Botox: Better Than Anti-Depressants?; And More…

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Retro beauty fiends, prepare yourselves for a doozy. In February, Herbal Essences will reintroduce two of its classic lines—the Smooth Collection and the Shine Collection—in their original, nineties-era packaging. [WWD]

Following his own beauty ambitions that produced a second signature scent this year, Donald Trump has just inked a perfume deal for his Miss Universe pageant. [WWD]

First, MObama’s nail polish made the rounds on the blogosphere, and now it’s a fluorescent yellow pedicure that the first lady wore in Hawaii on Christmas that has sent the Web abuzz. [Hollywood Life]

Botox your way to a better attitude? New research suggests it’s possible and that the miracle toxin trusted for wrinkle reduction can also actually treat chronic depression. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Courtesy of Clairol

Jessica Simpson’s Post-Baby Diet Plans Put On Hold; How To Eat Like An Angel; And More…

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Jessica Simpson confirmed via Twitter yesterday that she is in fact pregnant with her second child a cool seven months after giving birth to her first. So, what does that mean for the multi-million dollar deal she signed with Weight Watchers, which was hoping to benefit on what would have been a very public post-baby slim down? There will be “no changes,” says the dieting brand, which will use footage of Simpson’s weight loss after giving birth to baby Maxwell in May in a new advertising campaign. Simpson “will not be following the program” during her second pregnancy. [USA Today]

In other dieting news, Victoria’s Secret Angel and former Leonardo DiCaprio flame Erin Heatherton admits that while working out is essential to maintaining her Angel-caliber body, so is eating. “It’s important to be fit, but you shouldn’t get too skinny. You need to have curves,” says the blond bombshell, who works out twice a day but also makes sure to keep her calorie intake high, so there’s something to “build on. If you’re not eating enough, all the work-outs are doing, it’s not going to show.” [Daily Mail]

Beware of bootleg Botox. According to a letter the FDA sent to 350 medical practices last month that was just made public, counterfeit and potentially dangerous forms of the wrinkle-reducing toxin have been purchased from Canadian pharmaceutical companies and are currently circulating stateside. [Jezebel]

Turkey’s beauty tourism business is booming, but it’s not the country’s signature hammams that are bringing in the big bucks. Nope, that honor goes to an uptick in visitors to the country seeking beard and mustache implants! [Guardian]

Celebrity fragrances were big sellers at the retail counter this holiday season, with Lady Gaga’s Fame topping out as the number one perfume in the U.K., while sets from Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber were big sellers at home. [Starpulse and Glamour]

Photo: Randy Brooke/WireImage

January Goes Dark; Botox For Bluffing; And More…

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After dabbling with pink streaks and a full-on red dye job, January Jones has gone brunette. [People]

Despite that Pantene contract, Zooey Deschanel is better known for her serious nail art obsession. But she’s been partial to bare tips recently, until next month, that is. “I save it for special occasions. I’m looking forward to the Christmas holiday,” the New Girl star told Jimmy Fallon last night of her favorite finger-painting pastime before revealing that last holiday season, she brushed on a Christmas sweater montage one week and the font from the Beatles Help! record another. Clever girl. [Stylelite]

Botox can hide a world of facial ills—including “tells” that may lose a poker champion a mess of winnings. But not if Dr. Jack Berdy has anything to say about it. The New York-based dermatologist has just christened “Pokertox,” a customizable mix of fillers and Botox that help professional gamblers keep their cards to themselves. [Huff Po]

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