Chanel to Launch Temporary Tattoos; Edible Beauty Products Gaining Popularity

Chanel's temporary tattoos at the spring 2010 show.

Chanel is launching transfer tattoos inspired by the fake ink seen on the shoulders, legs, and calves of models during the spring 2010 runway show in Paris. The transfers arrive at Chanel boutiques on March 1. [Elle UK]

• Dermatologists and cosmetic chemists say edible beauty products, such as collagen-infused coffee and anti-aging water that promise to improve skin, are becoming more popular in Japan and the United States. They achieve the same results for your skin as a healthy diet and vitamins. [NYT]

• M.A.C. created a line inspired by Liberty of London channeling the store's signature prints. The blue-gray nail polish, Blue India, launches in the United States on March 11. [British Beauty Blogger]

• If you absolutely must wear makeup while exercising, make sure it has a moisturizer in it, because when you sweat your skin loses water. [StyleList]

• Fragrances created specifically for your hair are becoming increasingly popular. The only problem is that your hair and your fragrance could have two scents that compete and conflict with each other. [NYT]

• Minx Nails released its new range of overlays named the Teaser Collection, the first set since last year. Teaser features ten iridescent colors, which are meant to be used as primer when 30 new designs come out later this year. [Beauty Counter/]