Lancôme to Appeal eBay Ruling; Tyra Banks Sports Crimped Hair

Mmmm … crimpy! Photo: FilmMagic

• In Belgium, Lancôme (owned by L'Oréal) sued eBay for selling counterfeit products. The ruling came back yesterday and eBay won. Lancôme plans to appeal. [WWD]

• Clinique's new Superfit makeup foundation features "Aerogel technology." We have no idea what that means, but it sounds sporty, we guess. [British Vogue]

• Crimped hair is making a comeback. That is, if you call Tyra Banks a trendsetter. She had a serious case of crimps during a recent taping of her talk show. [Off the Rack/People]

• The models on the Just for Men's Touch of Gray boxes look like George Clooney. [Beauty Snob]

• Pevonia Botanica revealed their new caviar face mask yesterday to a group of beauty editors. They say caviar and natural collagen contain the same amino acids that lead to a youthful look. Sounds fishy. [Moment/NYT]

• Nylon says yellow nails are here to stay, but a commenter is pissed because the picture features chipped long nails and calls it "tacky." Nails are serious business, okay? [Nylon]