Emma Watson’s Pixie Cut Wasn’t Thanks to ‘A Britney Moment’; Breast Cancer Charity Perfume Found to Contain Carcinogen

Edita Vilkeviciute Photo: Courtesy of Vogue Japan

HAIR
• In the interview that accompanies her new cover of British Elle, Emma Watson explains the decision she made to cut her hair short, saying "it certainly wasn't my Britney Spears moment." [FashionEtc]

• High-end British department store Harrods is offering a blow dry at an in-store salon that costs over $500 — because the shampoo and conditioner used contain diamond dust. But! The treatment also comes with a hot stone cranial massage. [Kiss and Makeup]

FRAGRANCE
• A perfume that had been sold by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer charity contained an ingredient that has been shown in clinical studies as a factor that can contribute in the development of breast cancer. So, it's been discontinued. [Beauty High]

• Katy Perry has a second perfume in the works, as a companion scent to her already released "Purr." So it'll probably be called "Meow." [WWD]

• Kirsten Dunst says the lion that co-starred with her in a recent Bulgari fragrance campaign was also in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe film. (Though she also shot with a stuffed toy lion.) [Style File/Style]

COSMETIC SURGERY
• A man in the Philippines has, over the past 15 years, been getting plastic surgery treatments to look more and more like Superman. Of course, the perfect single-curled hair he's rocking just requires lots of hair gel. [Gawker]