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Daria and Elettra Star in Lancôme Campaign; Dita Von Teese Defends Her Beauty Routine

MAKEUP
• Kelis rocked rainbow-hued makeup this weekend. The singer lined her bottom eyelids in electric blue and her top ones in neon green, painted her lips a matte coral, and even dyed her eyebrows red to match her mane. [Beauty Counter/Style]

• Purple Lab’s "Huge Lips Skinny Hips" plumping lip gloss gets its name from its secret ingredient — Hoodia, an appetite suppressant. This seems gratuitous, considering most lip-puffing glosses make our mouths sting so much that eating is out of the question. [Elle]

Daria Werbowy and Elettra Wiedemann sport charcoal and plum makeup and flapper-esque bobbed hair in Lancome’s twenties-inspired ads. [StyleList]

HAIR
• Dita Von Teese in defense of her beauty routine: “I have a lot of friends that have a very natural look and it takes just as long. They straighten their hair, wear all that bronzer and beige lipstick and apply 50 coats of mascara to make themselves look natural. I'm doing the same thing just with different colors. I set my hair which is actually quicker than a blow dry. I get ready just as quick as any other woman I know.” [Vogue UK]

Kristen McMenamy’s hair steals the spotlight on the cover of Dazed and Confused’s August issue. [Design Scene]

HOW-TO
• Makeup artist Melanie Inglessis offers tips on how to re-create Glee star Lea Michelle’s red-carpet looks. [Fab Sugar UK]

NAILS
• Jennifer Love Hewitt is the latest celeb to try out the colored French manicure trend. She chose a bright canary yellow for her tips. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]

Photo: Courtesy of Lancôme

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