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Sarah Jessica Parker Still Really Famous; Canada Does Hair Awards

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• Sarah Jessica Parker was afraid no one would show up to her fragrance-signing event at Sephora in Paris. We hope she was able to get some beauty rest beneath that rock she’s been living under. (Obviously, hordes of people showed up.) [WWD]

• French brand Etat Libre d’Orange is partnering with Henri Bendel to release a fragrance this June called … wait for it … Bendelirious. We hope you didn’t slap your knee too hard on that one. [WWD]

• A luxury trend that will cost you: bespoke fragrances. Cartier and Guerlain charge $45,000 to $90,000 to create custom fragrances, while Francis Kurkdjian (the man behind Jean Paul Gaultier scents) charges only $12,000. If you want one, you’ll have to get on the waiting list, which is just a year and a half long. In the meantime, we’re pretty sure the Body Shop does something like that for $15. [Newsweek]

• Our neighbors to the north get so excited about hair that they have an annual Best Canadian Celebrity Hair Awards. This year’s winners include Sandra Oh, Scott Speedman, Avril Lavigne, Trish Stratus, and curly mane Seth Rogan. [Stylebell]

• All those fancy headbands Leighton Meester wore on Gossip Girl are designed by Jennifer Behr and cost $150 to $200. [Off the Rack/People]

• Makeup companies that specialize in products for makeup artists are creating special products for high-definition television since that extra zoom is not skin’s best friend. One of those companies is Make Up For Ever, which makes HD High Definition Powder. Non-TV personalities can use it too — it makes skin look great under all lights. [Daily Beauty Reporter/Allure]

Sarah Jessica Parker Still Really Famous; Canada Does Hair Awards