Body Shop to Launch Vending Machines; Tilda Swinton’s Fragrance Captures Her ‘Flamboyant’ Side

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Behind the scenes at the Burberry Sport campaign. Photo: Courtesy of Burberry

SKIN
• The Body Shop partnered with ZoomShops to launch a vending machine that will stock the company's line of skin-care products at airports, supermarkets, and chains like Stop & Shop. [WWD]

• Plastic surgeon Dr. Ivo Pitanguy, who has reportedly worked on Brigitte Bardot, Joan Crawford, and the King of Morocco, launched a new product named the Restoring Formula for his skin-care line PreVious. Just 1.7 ounces cost $300. [Moment/NYTM]

Liu Wen's beauty secret is to stop worrying: “For me, the best beauty regimen is to have good rest and drink a lot of water and eat vegetables and keep very happy with a smile. Worry is not good for the skin.” [WWD]

FRAGRANCE
• More details emerged about Tilda Swinton's fragrance, Like This by Etat Libre d'Orange: It lands in New York stores in June, the brand's marketing manager says the fragrance captures Swinton's "flamboyant side," and it contains notes of pumpkin, tangerine, and ginger. [WWD]

Burberry's Christopher Bailey launched new men's and women's fragrances this week named Burberry Sport. Check out a behind-the-scenes shot of the campaign above, which stars Lily Donaldson and Douglas Booth, where Lily's hair looks peculiarly alive. [Official site]

HAIR
• The Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City now offers a Jersey Shore package, which features a trip to the casino salon, where their stylist gives you a pouf. Are you tired of the pouf obsession yet? [Beauty Blogging Junkie]

• Pantene Pro-V is rebranding so it will look more attractive on drugstore shelves. Not that it's ugly now, though. [Butterfly Diary]

MAKEUP
• Glow like Jennifer Aniston by wearing a cream blush on your cheeks. But nowhere else. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• See the full lineup of products from M.A.C.'s new collaboration with Liberty of London. The lipsticks, eye shadows, and blushes are inspired by the retailer's classic prints. [Spoiled Pretty]