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April 17 2014

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15 posts tagged "Selena Gomez"

Pop Tarts Try Out Conservative Crops; Shadow Play Gets Taken to New Levels; and More

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Miley Cyrus debuted a wig with bangs over the weekend that called to mind Marc Jacobs Spring 2014 bowl cut meets Anna Wintour. Strangely enough, she’s not the only 21-year-old sporting the conservative style: Selena Gomez wore an all-black version onstage at the Jingle Ball, in L.A. Who knew rebellion came in bob form?

Israeli artist Tal Peleg is taking face painting to new levels with her lid-topping creations. A lifelike rendering of sushi along the lash line, or a vignette of baby ducks, beats a smoky eye any day. [The Cut]

Cara Delevingne may have caused tweezer sales to plummet, but Marchesa’s new lattice-patterned version might help the tool get off the endangered-beauty-species list. Along with a corresponding compact mirror, matchstick-like emery boards, and mini makeup brushes, this scaled-down collection arrives just in time for the clutch-carrying holiday season. [Glamour]

WestHouse New York, a town-house-style boutique hotel, is set to open on December 23. In addition to a butler (available on request), amenities include a GHD professional performance hair drier and a 1-inch flatiron in each of the 173 rooms. So much better than the subpar hot tools we so often find ourselves stuck with on vacation. www.westhousehotelnewyork.com

Photos: Getty

Donatella Talks Beauty Maintenance; Caffeine Does A Body Good; And More…

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VFiles has just launched a new video series called Pretty Global, which follows top international models as they experience the wacky world of beauty treatments. First up is Style.com/Print Issue 4 star Xiao Wen Ju, who tries her hand—or should we say cheeks and jaw?—at a session of facial yoga. [V Files]

At Vogue U.K.’s Vogue Festival in London this weekend, Donatella Versace revealed a little insight into her beauty regimen. “I stopped working with a personal trainer, as he wouldn’t let me smoke,” the formidable Italian designer admitted, adding “I’m not like this genetically. I use tons of cream and take care of my hair and skin.” [Vogue U.K.]

First came the aloe-vera-infused jeans that claim to moisturize parched limbs as you wear them, and now comes word of caffeine-tinged shapewear designed to break down cellulite while creating a smoother silhouette. What will they think of next? [Daily Mail]

Celebrity beauty deals are starting to get ugly. As Katy Perry faces a legal battle with her hair care endorsement company, ghd, Selena Gomez is apparently being sued by her fragrance licensing company, Adrenalina, for pulling out of her contract unexpectedly and for what they allege to be “nonsensical reasons.” [Perez Hilton]

The “Rachel” has apparently beget the “Thatcher.” Since Margaret Thatcher’s death earlier this month, many a Briton has reportedly requested the former Prime Minister’s signature set at the hair salon. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Fillipo Fior / Gorunway.com

How The U.S. Beach Volleyball Team Gets Bikini-Ready; A Blow To The Movement Against Animal Testing; And More…

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Olympic beach-volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings is aware that wearing those skimpy bikinis, er, uniforms on international television requires a little pre-match maintenance—which is why she’s big into laser hair removal. “I hate getting waxed,” she admits. “Waxing makes me want to punch someone in the face.” [Daily Mail]

Selena Gomez is the latest celebrity to adopt Fall’s increasingly popular fringe. The cut is apparently for a new film role—and we’re assuming her heavily banged boyfriend, Justin Bieber, approves. [Daily Mail]

Appealing to Chinese consumers is big business these days, but success out East may be at odds with ethical policies in the West. China mandates animal testing in its cosmetic-safety approval process, which means certain brands—like L’Occitane, Yves Rocher, Caudalie, and Mary Kay—have been stripped of their anti-animal-cruelty “leaping bunny” logos as they reverse years of progress in this arena to turn a profit. [Independent]

A fragrance that makes you lose weight with every whiff? Believe it. [Fashion Etc]

Photo: BEImages / Rex USA

Versace Makes A Move For Men; Jon Bon For Avon; And More…

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The beauty biz is looking to woo a whole new crop of very interested male consumers, and Donatella Versace is aware of it. The designer is reportedly working on a men’s scent called Eros, to be released this fall. [WWD]

Avon is also getting on board the men’s beauty boom, announcing this morning that it has signed Jon Bon Jovi as the face of its Unplugged fragrance for men and women. [USA Today]

Gucci continues to invest in its women’s fragrance portfolio, signing Blake Lively to a new beauty contract as the face of the forthcoming scent Premiere. In the flacon’s just-released ad images, Lively plays a role she’s becoming plenty familiar with: screen siren. [Daily Mail]

With a new signature scent already under her belt, Selena Gomez is turning her branding ambition to the primping set’s other hot commodity: nail polish. The Disney star has inked a deal with Nicole by OPI to launch her own lacquer line. [Hollywood Life]

Photo: Yannis Vlamos / GoRunway.com

Anne Hathaway’s Catsuit Confession; The Hello Kitty Spa Cometh; And More…

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Anne Hathaway is having a bit of a body crisis. Between slimming down to play the curvaceous Catwoman in July’s much-anticipated The Dark Knight Rises and then the wan, starving Fantine in Les Misérables she’s ben on a crazy workout and dieting schedule. “[It was] a psychological terrorist,” she says, referring to her catsuit. “Thoughts of my suit, changing my life so I would fit into that suit…it dominated my year.I went into the gym for ten months and didn’t come out.” Anything for the art of cinema, right? [VH1]

Dubai has a reputation for being over the top and the latest addition to the city’s towering skyline—with indoor ski slopes et al—is a Hello Kitty beauty spa, the first of its kind. Designed by a Japanese architect, the pampering destination has a Parisian theme—and true to form, sounds totally and utterly over the top. [Daily Mail]

New fragrance, new opportunities for discussions on beauty. Selena Gomez has been doing a lot of talking about her regimen of late to promote her signature scent and today comes news that she doesn’t wear makeup in the summer, just sunscreen. “I’m not too big on cosmetics,” the teen star says adding that a makeup line is probably not in her future. “I never do anything that I’m not really passionate about.” [People]

January Jones has allegedly dyed her hair red and gotten long extensions to showcase the new color. But the paparazzi pictures that have surfaced don’t look much like her, if you ask us. Nevertheless, nothing stops the celebrity hair color wheel from turning. [People]

A skin cream more expensive than gold? At about $265 per gram, Cle de Peau’s limited-edition, crystal encased La Crème will claim that title when it launches in September. [Telegraph]

Photo: © 2011 Warner Bros / www.imdb.com.