There’s a New Line of Ladurée Makeup; Scarlett Johansson Suggests a Honey Facial

Josefien Rodermans.

MAKEUP

• Ladurée — yes, the macaron makers — will debut a makeup collection in Europe in February. The line, "Les Merveilleuses de Ladurée," includes blushes, foundations, and lip colors, and will eventually be distributed in the U.S. and Asia as well. [WWD]

• Here's a tip from Giorgio Armani makeup artist Tim Quinn for applying holiday-party-worthy red lipstick: "use concealer along the lip line as a cleanup and also as a way to highlight the lip. A touch at the cupid's bow (the little indentation above your upper lip) adds extra dimension." [Fashionista]

• More blue lipstick! This time in an editorial from Numéro's December–January issue. [Design Scene]

SKIN

• Scarlett Johansson uses Manuka honey as a facial mask, saying "it really adds an amazing glow and your skin is so soft afterwards." [Beauty Counter Blog]

• Clearasil named singer JoJo as the new face of their PerfectaWash cleansing products. [Hollywood Life]

FRAGRANCE

• Emily Blunt continues to be all bashful and British when discussing her new campaign for YSL's Opium fragrance. On why she was picked for the ads: "I don’t know. I’ve no idea ... There was no one else? They made a mistake, a terrible mistake." [Telegraph UK]

HAIR

WWD reporter Alessandra Codinha claims to be a hoarder of courtesy shampoo bottles from hotels — she particularly favors Bulgari products. [Into The Gloss]

Here's an editorial from Taiwanese Vogue featuring model Josefien Rodermans's hair filled with multicolored streaks. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

NAILS

• A new range of five shades of Manic Panic hair dyes come with matching nail polishes and eye shadows. [Glamour/Girls in the Beauty Dept.