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Jennifer Aniston Named Her Fragrance Lola V; L’Occitane to Launch Makeup

• Jennifer Aniston decided to name her fragrance Lola V. Why? Well, does she need a reason? She says she’s been working on the scent for a year. “I don’t think they really expected me to be [so] picky. But you’ve got to have it smell right.” [Life & Style]

• Celine Dion announced that she will release her eighth fragrance, Pure Brilliance, with Coty in September. [WWD]

• L’Occitane’s first line of makeup launches in the U.K. this month and worldwide in May. The collection is inspired by peonies, and the label hired peony expert Jean-Luc Rivière to help develop the products. [WWD]

• CoverGirl’s new smoky-eye kits cost $16.50 onlineand are a cheap way to experiment with the look. They hit stores in May. [Allure]

• Kelly Osbourne is the spokesperson for self-tanning company St. Tropez’s new Self Esteem campaign. Her complexion is naturally quite pale, but she became a fan of spray tans after getting them for Dancing With the Stars. [Elle UK]

• Lauren Conrad uses a different shampoo every day. Excessive? [Glamour]

• Hairstylist Allen Edwards believes that blow-dry-only shops are hurting the salon business. He thinks that by offering cheap services, they make customers less likely to go to full-service salons for a quick blow-dry. [Talking Makeup]

• Victoria Hunter, owner of the West Village salon Whittemore House, said models and “bohemian types” have been asking for gray highlights for six months. [On the Runway/NYT]

Jennifer Aniston Named Her Fragrance Lola V; L’Occitane to Launch Makeup