Paris Hilton: ‘Everyone Should Get the Chance to Be Me’

She's not ever going away. Sigh. Photo: WireImage

HAIR
• Paris Hilton just launched the Website for the $70-a-box hair-extensions line she's doing with Sally Beauty. The tagline: “Everyone should get the chance to be me.” Aren't you just sold? [BellaSugar]

• Matrix’s Biolage Oil Control Treatment sprays on to degrease flat, oily locks. [Beauty Snob]

MAKEUP
• Ecofriendly brand Korres reformatted all their labels so the ingredients list no longer looks like a bunch of mumbo jumbo. It’s easier to read and useful since it's good to know what you're slathering all over your face. [Beauty and the Blog/Sephora]

• “Daring” is the title of Prescriptives’ fall line of makeup. It features thirteen products from eye shadow to blush to mascara, and the shades look perfect for hazel eyes and olive skin. [BellaSugar]

• Makeup artist Julie Hewett mixed shimmery bronzes and pinks for her new Ursula Palette, containing blush, gloss, shadow, and shimmer. She named it after Ursula Andress, the new Bond Girl. [Teen Vogue]

• Clinique’s Quick Eyes cream eye shadows are made to stay on all day, so you can go to the beach with makeup and not end up looking like a clown. [British Vogue]

NAILS
• Try the “watercoloring” technique for nail polish by combining a dark and light color for a marble effect. It's different, it's bold, we like it. [Casual Lavish]

PLASTIC SURGERY
• The most important question you will ponder all day: Are Marisa Miller’s boobs fake?! [Awful Plastic Surgery]

SKIN
• Well, this is gross: One type of tattoo features fake boobs. Like, they're drawn on and injected with silicone. So it's like having little boobs sticking out of your leg. [Kiss and Makeup]

• One blogger tried the 30 day raw-foods challenge, and she said it made her skin look quite radiant. [Jack and Hill]

• With three soap scents of vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate, the $10 Neapolitan Soapsicle makes you smell like ice cream. And sudsing up is calorie-free. [Outblush]

• This columnist is frustrated with the negative perceptions of pale skin in the summer. We agree — being pasty is just fine. [London Paper]