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Plus, Givenchy's new makeup collection is inspired by Bollywood.
• Before Daisy Fuentes was a model, she wanted to be a hairstylist. And this month she's launching her own all-natural hair-care line called Daisy Fuentes Style Pro. Dreams really do come true. [WWD]
• Iman is "addicted" to tri-color bronzer. But that's probably because it's part of her own makeup line. [Allure/Daily Beauty Reporter]
• Barbie's 50th-anniversary celebration now includes makeup collaborations — Mattel enlisted Stila Cosmetics to do a line inspired by the doll. Out with the natural, in with the plastic. [WWD]
• Givenchy's new makeup collection is inspired by Bollywood, which means lots of golden glow and orange blush. [Style.com/Beauty Counter]
• The new Lady Dior face palette by Christian Dior looks like a mini-handbag. It's adorable and less than $100. [Teen Vogue]
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