Link Me: Kate's Anti-Surgery League, Tooth Tattoos, Hair Donuts, and More!
Out with the old, in with the new. Here's your mid-month dose of season-changing beauty trends and celeb skincare news.
Kate Winslet, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Thompson are taking on Hollywood's over-injected faces by starting the "British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League." More words and less action, when pressed, the actresses are simply committed to aging naturally (Bravo!). [US Magazine]
Feeling flat? The editors at Refinery 29 put together these tips on how to use hair donuts (aka updo fillers) to create pretty, voluminous ballerina buns. [Refinery 29]
First, nail decals. Now, tooth tattoos?![Yahoo! Shine]
How long could you go without looking in a mirror? One woman found out. [Jezebel]
The editors at Fashionista went behind the scenes at niche fragrance mecca, the Elements Showcase, to get the scoop on emerging scent trends. [Fashionista]
Need help navigating beauty labels? Here are ten new ingredients to look out for. [Bella Sugar]
Perhaps inspired by our story on single-use products (but likely not), the New York Times agrees it's time to revisit wipes and towelettes if you want to simplify your primping routine. [New York Times]
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