Marc Jacobs Inducted Into Fragrance Hall of Fame; How to Use Beer on Your Hair

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Carla Bruni-Sarkozy. Photo: Getty Images

SKIN
• The secret to Carla Bruni-Sarkozy's flawless complexion? Biooster Grog. The combination of oranges and herbs is supposed to have a detoxifying effect on the skin. [Editor's Blog/W]

FRAGRANCE
• Last night, the Fragrance Foundation held its annual Fifi Awards, which honor the best in perfumes. Marc Jacobs was inducted into the foundation's hall of fame. Other winners included Harajuku Lovers by Gwen Stefani (women's luxe), I Am King by Sean John (men's luxe), Beloved by American Beauty (women's popular), and McGraw by Tim McGraw (men's popular). [WWD]

• The cosmetics brand BeneFit will launch its first fragrance collection, named Crescent Row — a group of three playful, flirty scents — in July. Co-founder Jean Ford's two daughters concocted the idea after joining the company last year, seeking to expand the brand beyond cosmetics. [Fashionista]

HAIR
• Australian hairstylist Joh Bailey recommends using beer as a setting lotion in your hair. His trick: Pour a can into a spritz bottle and mist it in your hair with a few sprays before a blow-dry. Though we'd rather not smell like a bar, so we may just use actual hair products. [Beauty Fool]

MAKEUP
• The debate over lead in lipsticks continues. Apparently, the redder the color, the more toxic the product. [NYT]