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Miss Piggy Will Front a Line of MAC Cosmetics; Kate Hudson’s Gone Brunette

Beauty in Vogue.

• "Icon. Actress. Supermodel. Chanteuse. Muse. Frog-o-phile. Cinema and television superstar nonpareil." This is M.A.C.'s description of their new face, Miss Piggy. [Racked]

• Oh dear, the models — and even the camera lens — in the cover editorial from Italian Vogue's new beauty supplement are all wet. []

• To the surprise of many of her fellow models, Coco Rocha says she wears makeup every day: It’s funny when I see other models that I’ve worked with on the street and they say, ‘Were you working? Why do you have makeup on?’ almost like, ‘Why would a girl ever wear makeup?’ And I don’t understand, because every other girl does, at least something, but models don’t wear anything. I mean, they will not even wear cover-up. I just don’t understand because you learn everything … you learn all the tricks of the trade, why not use it on yourself?" [Into The Gloss]

• For a new film role, Kate Hudson dyed her hair a dark brown. [Hollywood Life]

• Steelers safety Troy Polamalu hasn't cut, or even trimmed, his infamous long hair in over ten years. This means it takes almost an hour to have it styled before photo shoots and events. [Daily Beauty Reporter/Allure]

• Salma Hayek says the idea of Botox gives her the heebie-jeebies: "So I'd rather put on my creams. It's fun, it smells good and it's relaxing. Am I opposed to doing it later? I don't know. I want to see how far I can go." [Us Magazine]

• An interactive perfume exhibition, "Sensorium," opened yesterday in New York's meatpacking district. The Times describes it as a "nerdy ... peculiar experience." [NYT]

• Also in the meatpacking district, there's a new site-specific installation at Sephora. Artist E.V. Day has taken a flamenco dress and transformed it into "a twisting cyclone that represents the force of feminine movement." It'll be on display through the holiday season. [Examiner]

• Here's some nail polish that changes color thanks to the UV rays in sunlight, which could actually be annoying if you're trying to match it with an outfit. [Beauty High]

Photo: Courtesy of Italian Vogue

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