Shu Uemura to Be Available Online Only; Kelis in Trouble Over $5,000 Weave


• Yesterday L’Oréal USA announced that it will no longer sell Shu Uemura products in the United States, but U.S. residents will still be able to buy their products online. [WWD]

• Bronze is big every summer, and this season, Guerlain will release a Terracotta eye-shadow pen for $35. [Makeup Bag]

• A hairstylist at a Santa Monica salon pressed charges against Kelis for a $5,000 weave she got in May 2009 but allegedly didn't pay for. The stylist went to the trial this week, but Kelis didn't, leading the judge to order her to pay the full amount. [Sound Off/BET]

• To raise state revenue, politicians in Michigan proposed a tax on 100 different kinds of services, including haircuts, tanning, and manicures. [BellaSugar]

• Jennifer Lopez will release a new fragrance this week named Blue Glow by JLo, the fourth scent in her Glow portfolio. It will be available on for $27.50 to $59.50. [StyleList]

• Roll-on products have become more popular for reducing eye wrinkles. Clinique's new All About Eyes roll-on serum is free of fragrances and, according to one tester, just as good as more expensive brands (it's $25.50). [Beauty Snob]

• Have you tried a reverse half-moon manicure yet? Dita Von Teese loves the look. [Beauty Counter/]