Miranda Gets The Brush-Off, Latisse Your Way To Thicker Hair, And More…

On Friday, April 8th, 2011


Aside from famously swearing by Tahitian noni juice, yoga, and her own Kora Organics skincare line, expectant mother Miranda Kerr’s other beauty indulgences include makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift’s RMS Beauty line and body brushing. “[It] stimulates blood flow and exfoliates the skin,” she says. It sure does, as anyone who saw Kerr’s exquisite nude portrait in the December issue of W is well aware. [Vogue Australia]

Pantene has a new celebrity spokesperson for its Nature Fusion line in the form of Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell. Please join us when we say, “Pretty Little what?” and “Shay who?” [Just Jared]

In something of an obvious move, Allergan, the makers of Botox and Latisse, is in the process of beginning clinical trials, for—you guessed it—a hair-growth treatment based on the active ingredient its life-changing eyelash serum. Bye-bye, baldness! [Modern Medicine]

A new study contends that indoor tanning abuse is more common among women whose first experiences with the Bed came at the suggestion and with the support of their mothers. We’re all for mother-daughter bonding, but… [MSNBC]

Those of you with plans to watch the People’s Choice Awards tonight, listen closely: The show’s host, Queen Latifah, will be announcing CVS’ Beauty Club—an opt-in extension to the drugstore chain’s existing ExtraCare loyalty program—live, on TV. Spoiler Alert: There’ll be an online sweepstakes, too. [WWD]

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