A New Website Lets Readers Compare Moles; Clive Owen Pouts for Bulgari

Photo: Sølve Sundsbø/Muse

MAKEUP
Angela Lindvall’s entire face was painted with leopard spots for a Muse editorial shot by Solve Sundsbo. [HuffPo]

NAILS
• OPI’s holiday collection, Swiss, hits shelves in October. It includes a dark-green shade, named Cuckoo for This Color, a sparkly gold shade called Glitzerland, and a bright-reddish-pink hue dubbed Diva of Geneva. [WWD]

SKIN
• Sunscreen regulations date back to 1978, when scientists had far less knowledge about the dangers of UV rays. Most U.S. sunscreens nowadays block B rays, which lead to sunburns, but not cancer-causing and wrinkle-making A rays. Turns out, groups have been complaining about this to the FDA for years. Our advice: Invest in a cute summer hat. [NYT]

• A new website called SkinofMine.com helps people with acne determine whether or not their skin treatments are working. Users upload before and after images to the site, and SkinofMine.com scans the photos for changes in texture and tone. The website also tracks changes in moles. [Bella Sugar]

HAIR
Heidi Klum lightened up her dark-blonde bob and added some choppy layers. [InStyle UK]

• Baxter of California is opening its first barbershop. The L.A. space has four chairs, and a shave and a haircut cost $75. [InStyle UK]

FRAGRANCE
•Clive Owen pouts on a white bed in these behind-the-scenes shots of his campaign for Bulgari Man fragrance. [People Style Watch]