Kimberly Stewart Resurfaces for Nail Polish; Marc Jacobs Scent Confuses

Stewart and her red nail polish Photo: Getty Images

• We've missed her so much (kidding!), but Kimberly Stewart returns to the limelight as the new face of nail-polish line Ciaté Paint Pots. [Kiss and Makeup]

Marc Jacobs's Daisy fragrance — “floral without flowers, sweet without sugar” — makes no scents, er sense, to fragrance connoisseurs. Because fashion people have never used language like this before. [Moment/NYT]

• Mode Cosmetics released a new $8 mineral-powder foundation containing cocoa. Admit it — you want everyone to want to lick your face. [BellaSugar]

Diane Von Furstenberg and Narciso Rodriguez showed blue eyeliner on models in their fall collections. But if you're liner-challenged, there’s always blue mascara. It makes eyes look “whiter and brighter.” [Sugar Shock Beauty]

• This recipe for a hair rinse includes apple-cider vinegar and promises to make hair super shiny. That salad scent is sexy, ya know. [Stylebell]

• Lancôme's new Soleil DNA Shimmering Body Oil is a sunscreen that sprays on as a "non-sticky, light mist." It must be good because the company supposedly spent 25 years researching the formula. [British Vogue]