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Whitney Port to Promote Acne Fighter; Miu Miu’s Orange and Purple Eyes

• The beauty look at Miu Miu featured a burst of color, from the orange and purple eye makeup by Pat McGrath to the orange, magenta, and platinum ponytail extensions by Guido Palau. It provided a nice contrast to the overall minimalis, makeup-less trend of the fall runways. [Beauty Counter/]

• Whitney Port landed herself a gig as the official spokesperson for Zeno Hotspot, a $40 acne-fighting device that uses heat to stop pimples and breakouts from happening. [StyleWatch/People]

• Blemish balms, or “BB creams,” are gaining popularity in Japan. While it sounds like a new product, it’s really just another name for tinted moisturizer. [Independent UK]

• L’Oréal Professionnel’s introduction of INOA, its new ammonia-free permanent hair dye, marks a new point in the hair-dye industry. Though it’s not the first ammonia-free hair dye, it’s poised to become the most popular and most sought-after product simply because of logistics: It will be distributed nationally in May. [NYT]

• Perfect ponytails showed up on the Louis Vuitton runway yesterday. To get the look yourself, it requires a blow-dry, hair rollers, elastics, and hair serum. It may be a ponytail, but it’s not easy. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• Kate Gosselin chopped her hair to a short bob again. Ted Gibson’s hair extensions (and twenty-hour process) really didn’t pan out well for this woman. [E!]

Whitney Port to Promote Acne Fighter; Miu Miu’s Orange and Purple Eyes