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Beyoncé’s Banned Fragrance Ad; Kim Kardashian’s Hair Chains

• Beyoncé’s commercial for her new fragrance, Heat, has been banned from British daytime television for being “too sexually provocative.” [Daily Mail]

• Kim Kardashian went out recently wearing gold chains draped over her ponytail. [People Style Watch]

• Black Up, the French makeup brand for women of color, will be available in the U.S. starting December 1 via a new website called [WWD]

• Georgina Hofmann, the founder of new nail-polish brand LAQA and Co., commissioned young designers from around the world to create exclusive artwork for the line’s nail-polish pens. [Refinery 29]

• American Apparel recently added twelve new shades to its nail-polish line. The colors are inspired by store locations: “Echo Park, a new shade of concrete gray, and MacArthur Park, a muted mossy yellow, both reference neighborhoods where the company first opened stores and where many of its employees live.” [Nitrolicious]

• Beauty blogger LesleyKat demonstrates how to give yourself a gold manicure with glittery tips for the holidays. [Bella Sugar]

Beyoncé’s Banned Fragrance Ad; Kim Kardashian’s Hair Chains