Rihanna’s New Hairdo; Beauty Ads Are Artificially Enhanced, Shockingly

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Left: New look at the Kids' Choice Awards. Right: The bowl cut she had earlier this month. Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images, Florian Seefried/Getty Images

HAIR
• Rihanna debuted her new hairstyle at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards last night: Instead of a bowl cut she has a side bang. [In Style UK]

MAKEUP
• Apparently 28 percent of cosmetics ads in magazines are artificially enhanced. Shampoo companies might use hair extensions, but about 58 percent of mascara ads use fake lashes, making them the worst offenders. [Sun UK]

• Charlize Theron rimmed her eyes in metallic copper shadow, and didn't really pull it off. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• The 25th annual Garmisch-Partenkirchen Beard Championship took place over the weekend in Germany. Willi Chevalier and his three-tiered white beard took first place. Brad Pitt did not compete. [Independent UK]

NAILS
• Celebrity manicurist Kimmie Kyees did Katy Perry's nails for the Kids' Choice Awards: heart-shaped rhinestones over purple metallic paint. [All Lacquered Up]

SKIN
LiveScience reports: "A large schnoz in relation to the rest of the face is often a sign of an older person." Tragic! The solution: "Using a contour brush to shrink your beak will likely have a bigger impact on your appearance than a hundred-dollar wrinkle cream." [LiveScience via Jezebel]