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Stella Tennant’s Ice-Blue Hair for i-D; Salma Hayek Launches a Beauty Line

• A new collection of Nars's bronzers are inspired by the beauty company's founder Francois Nars's private island near Bora Bora. As the island rents for $230,000 per week, we'll just have to take his word that the products accurately represent the place. [Fashionista]

• Nars has also launched a new website, called [WWD]

• Salma Hayek says she took a three-year break from her acting career to develop her line of makeup and beauty products. Called Nuance Salma Hayek, the line will debut in CVS stores in August. [WWD]

• A fun fact: Urukum, the special ingredient in a line of Aveda makeup, is otherwise known as annatto, the food coloring used in Kraft's macaroni and cheese. [WSJ]

• On one of two new covers of i-D magazine, Stella Tennant has very pale blue-gray hair, acid-wash style. [Design Scene]

• Here is a photo of Peaches Geldof with a lot of flowers in her hair. The beauty bloggers at Glamour are not convinced it's a good look. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]

• Bulgari launched a collection of seven Jewel Charms, fragrances bottled in "miniature objets d’art." Each scent's bottle is a different color. [Beauty Counter Blog]

• The latest subject of an exhaustive rundown of beauty and skin-care products at Into the Gloss is with Leandra Medine, the blogger behind the Man Repeller. [Into the Gloss]

Photo: Courtesy of i-D

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