Ulta’s Makeup Campaign Fails to Feature Makeup; Donna Karan Uses Ugandan Vanilla for Fragrance


Access Hollywood correspondent Nancy O'Dell signed on as the new spokesperson for Rusk and BaByliss Pro hairstyling products. To the right you see an image posted on her personal website of her hair with the styling products, since she says that she's been using them for years. Which makes us wonder, why does her hair look so bad when she's being paid to make it look good? At least now we know where Snooki's pouf went. [StyleList]

• Ulta released a new campaign to sell its line of cosmetics, and it's a different approach. The model in the ads isn't wearing any makeup, but Ulta offers tutorials and product suggestions online to educate interested customers about how to wear makeup properly. [WWD]

Giorgio Armani's new spring makeup collection features nude colors with just a touch of pastel in either blue (for cool hues) or pink (for warm hues). [Product Girl]

Donna Karan announced plans to launch a new fragrance named PureDKNY this July. It's a global affair — the label worked to get vanilla from Uganda, which is used as the scent's central note. Angela Lindvall stars in the campaign. [WWD]

Stella McCartney will release a limited-edition fragrance necklace that features a silver locket with a rose, peony, and amber scent inside. The item hits Sephora next week for $49. [Beauty Counter/Style.com]

Anna Sui will release Rock Me! Summer of Love, a follow-up fragrance to her scent from last year, Rock Me! Agyness Deyn stars in the campaign cradling a blue and purple pastel guitar. [Now Smell This]