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Robert Pattinson Finally Uses Gel in His Hair; Nick Arrojo Lands His Own Reality Show

• Robert Pattinson ditched his messy, scruffy hairstyle last night when he attended the Orange British Academy Film Awards in London; he wore his locks slicked down and parted down the side. [Just Jared]

• NBC’s Peacock Productions announced that it signed hairstylist Nick Arrojo for an upcoming reality series about his New York City salon and staff. He’s no stranger to reality TV — he formerly starred on TLC’s What Not to Wear. [Beauty Xpose]

• Prell signed Alexa Ray Joel as the new spokesperson for the shampoo and hair products. The 24-year-old will star in a campaign and provide the music for the commercials. She follows in the footsteps of her mother, Christie Brinkley, who was a Prell spokesperson more than 25 years ago. [Page Six/NYP]

• Jane Birkin on cutting her own hair: “I never trust a hairdresser to cut hair — they make it look too neat, too like you’re 60. Hair ‘done’ looks ghastly, but if you sleep on it, it looks fine.” And on going under the knife: “I wouldn’t have plastic surgery in case they fuck it up.” [Times UK]

• Jane Fonda made a pact ten years ago to never get plastic surgery again. She broke that promise to herself this year and got more work done. “This year I got tired of not looking like how I feel,” she says. Fonda is also working on a book about aging. [StyleList]

• So far, London’s runway shows introduced some new takes on nail polish. Henry Holland’s show featured matte black polish with white block letters that spelled out acronyms, while at PPQ, the manicurist reinterpreted the French manicure to make the tips gold instead of white. [Beauty Counter/]

• Maybelline started shooting its 2011 calendar last week. Some of the models booked include Erin Wasson, Julia Stegner, and Emily DiDonato, as well as Sean Lennon’s girlfriend, Charlotte Kemp Muhl. [Page Six/NYP]

• The latest trend in spa services right now is to cater to kids who come with their parents. [Independent UK]

• Chopard will launch a new scent named Brilliant Wish next month, a follow-up to the company’s Wish fragrance that came out in 1997. [Now Smell This]

Robert Pattinson Finally Uses Gel in His Hair; Nick Arrojo Lands His Own Reality Show