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Golden Globes: The Beauty Prep; Gaga Feels The Burn; And More…


Getting glam for the Golden Globes takes a lot more than just 24 hours of preparation. Charlize Theron will apparently get a 50-minute Power Peel with microdermabrasion at Ole Henriksen five days before Sunday’s show, while Kate Winslet will be popping in for a last-minute electrocurrent Red Carpet Facial with Tracie Martyn before she breaks for L.A. [Us]

After creating a one-of-a-kind bald Barbie for a 4-year-old undergoing chemotherapy treatment last year, Mattel is being lobbied by a growing number of Facebook fans to mass-produce the doll for all girls—and women—suffering from hair loss. [Huff Po]

Women, like, say, Lady Gaga. After admitting last year that she was going partially bald following years of chemical hair treatments, the pop diva took to Twitter yesterday to say that she’d suffered some scalp burns after a late-afternoon bleaching session. Ouch. [Twitter]

All talk right now may be about the resurrection of Louis Vuitton’s fragrance business, but what about its once booming cosmetics business? Vintage lacquer duos from the brand have resurfaced online and they’re not cheap; a red and ivory varnish set will cost you a cool $595. [Racked]

There is a spoof commercial circulating the Internet today about the “the next revolution in beauty,” a.k.a, Fotoshop by Adobé. The idea of bottling Photoshop is funny enough, but the fake ad masters the tone of a classic beauty commercial, which adds just a little more hilarity to the equation. [Fashionista]

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Ole Henriksen Goes Corporate; Marissa Miller Gets Armless, And More…


Scandinavian skincare favorite Ole Henriksen is now under new ownership. The brand’s namesake founder has sold his popular brand to LVMH but will remain in charge of product innovation. [WWD]

Gisele Bündchen has never shied away from speaking her mind, as Bridget Moynahan knows all too well. The supermodel’s most recent gaffe came last week when we reported her comments about a general distaste for sunscreen, which she publicly referred to as “poison.” Needless to say, the dermatology community is none too pleased. [Huff Po]

The latest news in the ever controversial world of retouching comes from Victoria’s Secret, where, in an effort to slim down angel Marissa Miller’s arm (which, for the record, needs no such slimming), air-brushers erased her left limb completely. We bet the company’s art department would give an arm and a leg (but mostly an arm) to have that one back. [Daily Mail]

Let it be known that new Lancôme spokesperson Julia Restoin-Roitfeld is all for aging gracefully. “Wrinkles can be beautiful,” she has said. “They’re part of who you are, your charm and your history. And I’m not for plastic surgery—I’d feel like I was cheating on myself.” We’re going to take that to mean she’ll be fronting skincare ads after her tenure as the face of the French brand’s Ultra Lavande makeup collection is up.  [The Frisky]