Courtney Love Flattered by Face-Lift Rumors; Kérastase’s Products for Balding Men Arrive in the U.S.

Just good genes, folks. Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

PLASTIC SURGERY
• Courtney Love was flattered by a rumor that she had gotten a face-lift. "I have been getting a lot of praise for looking good lately …I liked it when they thought I had had a facelift," she said. Her smooth skin is actually due to genetics: "My family, they tend to get fat, but they just don't wrinkle." [NYDN]

• A Canadian woman almost got a DUI when she was unable to pucker her freshly Botoxed mouth for a breathalyzer test. [BellaSugar]

HAIR
• Kérastase’s hair-care line for thinning hair, titled Capital Force, is coming to the U.S. The six-item men’s line ranges in price from $30 to $34. [WWD]

• Check out this nifty gadget, the “updo donut,” that makes your bun look thick and Princess Leia–like. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]

SKIN
• LEAP Organics, the makers of ecoconscious organic soaps, are launching a natural skin-care line. [Beauty Counter/Style]

NAILS
• Creative Nail Design’s Shellac nail gels, which don’t chip and last up to a month, will be available in twelve more polish colors starting in March. [BellaSugar]

HOW-TO
• Ashlee Simpson’s eyes looked extra doe-sized the other night because she highlighted them with shimmer just past the outer edges. Here’s how to try it for yourself. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]