August 28 2014

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#DiorRob Goes Viral; Shalimar’s Evolution; The Inevitable Rise of DD Creams; and More…


Dior-Pattinson_sizedAfter months of eager anticipation, an image from Robert Pattinson’s forthcoming Dior Homme Parfum finally leaked over the weekend. The French fashion house released a steamy behind-the-scenes shot of RPatz grinning at a female model while draped over the side of a bathtub, tweeting, “A new story is about to start. #DiorRob.” That’s a hashtag we can get behind. [Dior Twitter]

Guerlain’s Shalimar became an instant classic upon its 1925 debut and still maintains a cult following. Lifestyle Mirror paid tribute to the iconic fragrance by charting its evolution—from its first print advertisement to Jade Jagger’s redesign of the bottle in 2010 and Natalia Vodianova’s recent campaigns.

Catching up on your Instagram and Facebook feeds in bed could be making you fat, according to researchers. Bright, high-contrast mobile screens can disturb circadian rhythms, making it more difficult to fall asleep and raising stress levels that can stoke appetites. The message: “Choose The Tonight Show over Twitter.”

With the rise of now-ubiquitous BB and CC creams, it was only a matter of time until DD (Daily Defense) creams hit the market. The new alphabetic product will reportedly offer increased antiaging properties to reduce fine lines and wrinkles over time—in addition to built-in color correcting, SPF, and skincare benefits.

The Kardashians Bottle Their Golden Glow; DD Creams Rising; And More…


First came the skincare line, then the (hotly contested) makeup line, and now the sisters Kardashian have announced plans to release a line of tanning products, called Kardashian Sun Kissed, with Ulta. Can’t stop, won’t stop. [WWD]

If you’re still trying to wrap your brain around the difference between BB and CC creams, you might want to sit down for this: DD creams are now on the horizon, too. [WWD]

Considering her knack for offering up all kinds of quick fixes when it comes to roasting a chicken, arranging flowers, and knitting a poncho, it should come as no surprise that Martha Stewart also has some great beauty tips up her sleeve. “I have a hand massage at least once a week, and it’s a serious massage,” Stewart admits. “It’s terribly important. I do not want my hands to get unnaturally bony-looking or wrinkly looking. And I do yoga hand exercises. They work.” [Allure via Huff Po]

After sending the Twitterverse into a flurry last year when she revealed a new-found love for Royal Apothic hand cream, Victoria Beckham has just dropped another beauty bomb. “The body cream I use is a really simple, inexpensive body moisturizer by Weleda,” the designer says of the German natural brand’s popular Skin Food. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images