Scarlett Johansson Debuts Tousled Bob; City Tanning Salons Fail to Follow Teen-Protection Laws

• Scarlett Johansson revealed a new tousled bob at San Diego’s Comic-Con convention. [InStyle UK]

• London hairstylist Michael Van Clarke is rolling out a line of products called 3 More Inches. Despite the name, the system doesn’t actually claim to make hair grow faster, but it does promise to improve moisture and repair styling damage. [StyleList]

• At the premiere of Sucker Punch, Vanessa Hudgens painted her nails robin’s egg blue, except her ring fingers, which she slicked with gold polish to match her pedicure. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]

• Updos can be intimidating, which is why BellaSugar has laid out instructions on how to create the heat-friendly style using only eight bobby pins. [BellaSugar]

• Beauty blogger Cee Me offers tips on how to master the D.I.Y. gradient manicure. [Cee Me]

• Under New York State law, tanning-booth users under 18 must present a signed Health Department parental permission form. Yet when the Post sent a 14-year-old to test the enforcement of this policy, she was able to breeze right through most of the tanning salons she visited. [NYP]