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Dolce & Gabbana Launches Makeup Next Month; Coco Rocha Now a Redhead

• Model Coco Rocha is up to something funky with her hair: Last week she was caught wearing a wig, she wore a head scarf to the CFDA Fashion Fund dinner, and recently she said Vogue has the rights to her hair until next month’s issue (huh? Cryptic!). She was hiding her mane until yesterday, when she showed up to the Rootstein Gallery in a dyed fire-red hue, much different than her traditional brunette locks. But why the secrecy? Hope she’s okay. [Fashionologie]

• Salon professionals say that clients are choosing to conquer their hair DIY style, and the impact from the economic situation has caught them “off-guard.” Clearly, they’ve been living under a rock for the past few months. [WWD]

Dolce & Gabbana will launch a makeup line at the end of January, and a Hollywood actress is rumored to be the face of the campaign. Jessica Alba recently wore a creation by the duo, so maybe it’s her. Or not. Who knows. [Spektra Beauty News]

• Too Faced Cosmetics isn’t going to let M.A.C be the only one with a cartoon collaboration — this month, the cosmetics brand launches the Smurfette Collection, a five-item range of colors for the face, from eye shadow to lip gloss. [WWD]

WWD awards Calvin Klein’s Obsession fragrance advertisements as the most innovative of the year. Yes, a naked Eva Mendes holding a phallic-looking bottle is extremely innovative. [WWD]

Dolce & Gabbana Launches Makeup Next Month; Coco Rocha Now a Redhead