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Liv Tyler Is Pantene’s New Face; There’s a Cheetah in Emily Blunt’s First Fragrance Ad for YSL

Liv Tyler.

HAIR
• Liv Tyler has been confirmed as the new face of Pantene's hair products. Entirely coincidentally, she says the brand's products are her favorites. [Grazia UK]

• Even though it seemed like she'd just cut it quite short, Florence Welch's hair was back to its regular length for her performance at the spring 2012 Chanel show this morning in Paris. [Nylon]

• And in her new video, which will debut in full on Thursday, Beyoncé has a pretty severe bowl cut. She looks happy enough about it though. [Hollywood Life]

MAKEUP
• Skin-care and cosmetics conglomerate Procter & Gamble sponsored a research study at Harvard and an associated hospital that concluded women wearing makeup are seen as more competent, likable, and trustworthy than those not. [Jezebel]

FRAGRANCE
• There's a cheetah chasing Emily Blunt, the new face of YSL's Opium fragrance, in a teaser clip from her first commercial. [Catwalk Queen]

• Having teamed up with Keith Urban, People is running a competition — and the prize is a spot in the commercial for his first fragrance, Phoenix. But to win, fans and out-of-work background actors wanting to enter first have to design the commercial themselves. [People StyleWatch]

• With her debut scent, Vanessa Bruno says she's trying to evoke a Hans Christian Andersen fairytale — The Snow Queen in particular. The blend includes rose, fir mist, and lily of the valley. [Beauty Counter Blog]

NAILS
• Whole garments in a spring 2012 fashion show from Charlie Le Mindu were constructed from fake nails painted in Minx polishes and patterns. Unrelated, but also notable, models in the show had unibrows. [Bellasugar]

COSMETIC SURGERY
• Marisa Berenson likens Botox to "putting poison in your face," but isn't ruling out less invasive, or risky, cosmetic treatments and advances that may be developed down the line. (Though she'd really like most of all to be able to grow old gracefully.) [Telegraph UK]

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