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Carey Mulligan Goes Blonde; Victoria Beckham’s Robot Makeup

• Oscar contender Carey Mulligan debuted blonde locks at the Academy Awards Nominee luncheon this weekend. What do you think of her new hue? [StyleWatch/People]

• Julia Stiles wore her hair in natural, pretty curls to the Tracy Reese show. Her secret to keeping them un-frizzy? Products from DevaCurl, a company she calls “miraculous.” [StyleList]

• Want to copy the buns the models were rocking at Donna Karan? Slick your hair back into a ponytail, roll it under itself, and secure with bobby pins. Use hairspray and a simple headband to keep back flyaways. [Beauty Reporter/Allure]

Derek Lam lead makeup artist Tom Pecheux made the models’ skin glow by massaging layers of Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair and Re-Nutriv Ultimate Youth Cream into their faces. He swears a few minutes’ worth of massage makes the tiredness and stress melt off their faces. This is one routine we’d definitely be willing to try. [BellaSugar]

• The makeup inspiration at Victoria Beckham was “beautiful robots.” Makeup artists used Lancôme’s Ageless Minerale Foundation on the models’ faces because of its light-reflecting formula and then spread silver, shiny-ivory, and light-pewter eye shadows on their lids. Very Posh indeed. [Beauty Counter/]

• Martin Scorsese directed the campaign for Chanel’s newest scent for men. The ads were shot in New York and feature French actor Gaspard Ulliel, the face of the fragrance. Details about the scent, including its name, have not been released. The ads will debut globally in September. [WWD]

• Kate Moss will release a new perfume in March, called Wild Meadow. The scent, which was inspired by “the beauty of the English landscape at sunrise,” has notes of pink grapefruit, peach, honeysuckle, amber, and apple blossom. [Now Smell This]

Carey Mulligan Goes Blonde; Victoria Beckham’s Robot Makeup