August 22 2014

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2 posts tagged "Rouge In Love"

Olympia Le-Tan X Lancôme; Eau De Pizza Hut; And More…


The ultimate fashion-beauty collaboration has arrived: Olympia Le-Tan has teamed up with Lancôme to release a limited-edition, Rouge in Love-themed minaudière just in time for Valentine’s Day. Mark your calendars. [WWD]

Remember when Burger King launched Flame four years ago, the fragrance that smelled like meat? No? Well, that happened—and now it looks like Pizza Hut is following suit with a signature scent of its own. [Huff Po]

Anne Hathaway’s nails made headlines last month when the Les Mis actress paired white accent fingers with a red manicure, and she’s got tongues wagging again after debuting sparkly gray gels with crystal details this morning at a photo call for the film. [My Daily]

Dark-on-top, light-on-the-bottom ombré hair is slowly starting to wear out its welcome, and one Georgia salon is crowning the new trend in highlighting “sombre,” a softer-ombré that has a more of a natural look throughout strands. That’s sombre, not somber—just so there’s no confusion. [Dyer & Posta]

Photo: Courtesy of Lancome

Rouge In Love—And On YouTube; Gwyneth Will “Take [Her] Wrinkles”‘ And More…


As if snagging brand ambassador Emma Watson as the face of its new Rouge in Love makeup collection wasn’t enough, Lancôme has enlisted the French band the Brigittes to create an exclusive video for its new longwear lipstick. [YouTube]

Gwyneth Paltrow has never been afraid to speak honestly about her fitness and beauty routines, so it comes as no surprise that the actress would be just as candid about her thoughts on aging. In the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar, Paltrow admits, “I’ll take my wrinkles. I don’t like the Botox thing.” [People]

The newest target for beauty manufacturers is the “tween” category, apparently—that’s girls aged 8 to 14 who are looking to stock up on lip gloss and blush all their own. [NYT]

L’Oréal Paris has caused quiet a stir in the U.K. with a new campaign for its Revitalift Clinical Repair, starring Rachel Weisz. The ASA has banned the ad, insisting that its claims are misleading due to the “heavily retouched” images. [E!]

It looks like human growth hormone (HGH) is not just for baseball players and aging action stars anymore. A host of female celebrities are now using it to stave off wrinkles and gray hairs. [Page Six]

Photo: Courtesy of YouTube