Britney Spears Spritzes to Stake Her Claim; A Reason Male Journalists Should Stick to Reporting the News; and More
Britney Spears’ latest music video for “Perfume” premiered this afternoon. Apparently, she likes to “mark her territory” (i.e., her man) with her best-selling scent, Fantasy. Classy. Looks like that billion-dollar fragrance franchise is about to get yet another boost.
Today, General Motors appointed Mary Barra as its new CEO—cementing her as the first female to run an American car company. And in the Philippines, Pantene created a commercial that encourages women around the world to follow in Barra’s footsteps, sending a singular message: “Don’t let labels hold you back.” (And always enter a boardroom with shiny hair.) [Time]
And in other news from Time, the publication’s male staffers worked out with Michael Olajide Jr., who trains many of the Victoria’s Secret Angels for the notoriously half-naked runway show (airing tonight). Judging by their pathetic attempts at push-ups, we suggest these guys stick to writing. [Refinery29]
Old-Hollywood screen siren Constance Bennett shared her beauty secrets in this video. You’ll just need a “stimulating cream,” a few extra hours in the morning, and a maid. Other helpful tips she offered up: Don’t slack on applying blush. “Lots of women think that cream rouge is difficult to use, but maybe they’re just lazy,” she said. [Daily Mail]