Beauty-Feud History, How ‘Angels’ Hide Cellulite, and Red Lips Are In

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Marisa Miller loves her some self-tanner. Photo: Getty Images

Skin
• Victoria's Secret Angel Marisa Miller hides cellulite with self-tanner. Maybe Lindsay is onto something? [Fox News]

Makeup
• Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubenstein may have founded their companies at the same time and lived in the same hood, but they never met. The fierce business rivalry is explored tonight in The Powder & the Glory, airing on PBS. (Check local listings for airtime.) Beauty catfight! [WSJ]

• Red lips are in! Are they ever not? See how to wear them. [Beauty Reporter/Allure]

• Clarins is revamping its U.S. image in hopes of making it sexier and reaching the Hispanic market. We can't remember the last time we bought Clarins, so this is probably wise. [WSJ]

Hair
• Does anyone know why Fergie's scalp is … orange? This blogger can't figure it out. Glaze? Radioactive makeup? [Beauty Department/Glamour]

Nails
• Revlon is releasing a line of polishes that smell addictively fruity. This really won't help nail biters one bit. [Fashionista]

Plastic Surgery
• Icky blind item: An unnamed fashion editor apparently had too much fat pumped into her lips, earning her the name, "Hamster." We don't know what's worse: That this happened or that it's a blind item. [NYP]