Gisele Explains the Name of Her Skin-Care Line; Filmmakers Shun Surgically Enhanced Stars

Amanda Seyfried's high hair.

Gisele Bündchen on why she chose the name Sejaa for her line of natural skin-care products: "I chose it for the vibration of the word. As in yoga, for example, there is ommmm, in Sejaa there is the vibration that sounds as a feeling of relief to me.” [Just Jared]

• Prince Charles's charity the Prince’s Trust, which supports youth programs in the United Kingdom, originally supported Kelly Osbourne’s St. Tropez self-tanner ad campaign because she talked about boosting her self esteem. However, the charity withdrew its support over the weekend, claiming Osbourne endorsed fake tans to feel confident and slimmer. The Trust said it was a mixed message. [Times UK]

• Amanda Seyfried attended the premiere of Letters to Juliet with a teased French twist. She added a headband, which is a great variation to the towering-updo styles we saw on the fall runways. [Bella Sugar]

Uncle Jesse John Stamos stepped out recently sporting a scruffy goatee. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• Filmmakers and casting directors say that they are beginning to turn away from surgically enhanced stars in favor of more natural-looking actors. [NYT]