Women Don’t Like Beards; Adam Levine Will Make a Fragrance

Sigrid Agren for Rouge Coco Chanel. Photo: null/Chanel/Chanel

HAIR

• Models Frida Gustavsson, Caroline Trentini, Karlie Kloss, and others, have beehive hair in an editorial for Vogue. [Vogue]

• A new study found that women don't find beards attractive. That is, all women except Ke$ha. [HuffPo]

• Since you or someone you know might now want to get rid of that beard, join the Dollar Shave Club — a California-based start-up that will ship five razors to your home each month for just three dollars. [HuffPo]

Andrej Pejic says the best trick he's picked up from all the hairstylists he's worked with is how to blow-dry his hair into a bouncy blowout. "I used to use a curling iron before, but now it’s all about blow dryer and a big round barrel brush!" he says. [Fashionista]

MAKEUP

• Starting Monday, customers can vote on which discontinued products M.A.C. should bring back on the brand's Facebook page. [Beauty High]

• Sephora's collaboration with Pantone Universe, a line of Tangerine Tango-colored cosmetics (the Color of the Year, guys), dropped today. [SheFinds]

Sigrid Agren is the new face of Rouge Coco Chanel lipstick. [Design Scene]

NAILS

• Alpha Nail, a nail polish line made specifically for men, claims that wearing nail polish is like peacocking, meaning the bright colors attract female attention. Founder Chris Aubrey Marcus says, "The more noticeable the male [is] within a positive context, the more he humps." [HuffPo]

FRAGRANCE

• Adam Levine is launching men's and women's fragrances, called "222 by Adam Levine." [WWD]

• Swarovski is bringing its fragrance, "Aura," to the U.S. next month. [Style]