Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fake Face Tattoos; 27 Percent of Women Primp While Driving

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Iris at Jean Paul Gaultier. Photo: Imaxtree

MAKEUP
• Temporary tattoos decorated arms, necks, and chests at the Jean Paul Gaultier show, and Iris Strubegger even wore her name on her face. Would you wear this look out of the house? [Beauty Counter/Style.com]

• A new British survey concluded that 27 percent of women apply makeup while driving, and overall 3 percent of women have caused a car crash while primping. [StyleList]

HAIR
• Rihanna, with the little hair that she has, managed to wear her locks in four different styles in one week. [BellaSugar]

• Take inspiration from Stella McCartney's spring 2010 minimal runway look and skip the comb. Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman just blew hot air on the hair and ran his fingers through — no irons, combs, or anything else. [WWD]

FRAGRANCE
• Regarding Daphne Guinness's perfume: "Hordes of perfume enthusiasts will detest Daphne. Its sweet thickness might drive comparisons to marshmallow fluff and talcum powder … But if your dream home is something you saw once in a 1930s fashion magazine, and your mantel is loaded with your nephew’s parrot sculpture, a chalkware lamp shaped like a Turkish boy, and a mishmash of flowers in varying stages of decline in a variety of flea market vases, step right up." [Now Smell This]