Rimmel Introduces 25-Hour Foundation; Conair Introduces Hairdryer Made With Ferrari Parts

• Jenne Lombardo, M.A.C ’s executive director of Global Fashion, Talent and Special Events, is leaving the company to work on other projects, although she’ll stay on in a consulting role. Lombardo picked Lady Gaga as the face of Viva Glam, and she was also instrumental in creating the M.A.C. & Milk Fashion Week venue. [Daily Front Row]

• Rimmel just launched a new foundation that promises to stay put for 25 hours, which seems like an awfully long time to go without washing your face. [Nylon]

• Estée Lauder is adding Age-Correcting Creme, Age-Correcting Serum, and Eye Crème to it popular Re-Nutriv franchise. [WWD]

• Model Charlotte Van Damme rocks giant hair, exaggerated eye makeup, and tinfoil accessories in this beauty editorial shot by Koen Vernimmen. [Design Scene]

• Harrods is revamping its beauty department by opening a men’s barbershop and grooming area dubbed “the Gentlemen’s Lounge.” The section will also offer a bar and big-screen TVs, to macho it up a bit. [WWD]

• Conair's new BaByliss Pro Vonar model hair dryer is made with Ferrari parts, and costs $400. [BellaSugar]

• Steal Marissa Miller’s metallic eye-shadow look. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]