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Whitney Port Now Selling Acne-Removal Devices; Buy a Lock of Farrah Fawcett’s Hair

• An Arizona student tested drugstore nail polishes to see which one resisted chips the best over the course of ten days. Surprisingly, the winner was Wet ‘n’ Wild. We’re not normally into science, but this is definitely an experiment we would try ourselves. [BellaSugar]

• Canadian brand Sula launched a peelable nail polish, eliminating the need for nail-polish remover. The formula also includes nutrients to help strengthen nails and dries in ten minutes. However, it’s not for long wear — the product only lasts three to five days. [Stylelist]

The City’s Whitney Port is the new face of Hot Spot, an over-the-counter thermal acne-clearing device. Commercials featuring the reality star will start airing next month on MTV, VH1, and TeenNick. [WWD]

• Drugstore hair-care brand Sunsilk hired editorial hairstylist Teddy Charles to help update their spring product line. They plan to revamp both formulas and packaging, with the latter featuring the stylist’s head shot. [Beauty Counter/]

• Actresses have been embracing their natural curls on the red carpet more often. Not only do we love the look, but it’s so much healthier for your hair. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• Someone is selling a lock of Farrah Fawcett’s hair. It can be yours for just $1,000. [Pop Bitch]

• Hanae Mori plans to launch a new scent this spring called Hanae Mori No. 1, the first in a new line called Eaux de Collection. The fragrance is reportedly made using “renewable energy resources,” and 5 percent of proceeds from its sale will be donated to Clean Air Cool Planet. [Now Smell This]

Whitney Port Now Selling Acne-Removal Devices; Buy a Lock of Farrah Fawcett’s Hair