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Jessica Biel Restages Revlon Ad From 1952; Nivea Ads Banned in the U.K.

• In a new ad campaign for Revlon’s Fire & Ice collection, Jessica Biel reenacted the brand’s 1952 ad for a collection by the same name, which starred Dorian Leigh. The line has been rereleased as three lip and nail colors. [T/NYT]

• A film crew blew fake snow all over the street in Soho yesterday to shoot a L’Oréal ad, which featured an unidentified blonde woman walking through the flakes. [Racked NY]

• J.Crew has teamed up with L’Occitane for the holidays. Tubes of the brand’s Shea hand cream are now sold at 214 J.Crew store locations, and they will also be featured in J.Crew’s holiday catalogue. [Beauty Counter/Style]

• A Nivea advertisement has been banned in the U.K. for making misleading statements about the effects of an anti-wrinkle lotion. The ad stated, “Nivea Visage Anti-Wrinkle Q10 Plus helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles … so it’s no surprise that 37 percent of women feel more attractive now than they did ten years ago.” The Advertising Standards Authority said it wasn’t clear that the 37 percent was in fact referring to a survey that was unrelated to Nivea product usage. [Daily Mail UK]

• Amanda Seyfried wears a red bobbed wig with bangs for her new movie, Now. Her co-star, Justin Timberlake, had to shave his head for his role. [Daily Mail UK]

• Kate Walsh’s new fragrance collection, Boyfriend, drops on QVC this week, and she’s been making a series of promotional films about it. [Beauty Reporter/Allure]

• Celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves made a video about five tips for healthy hair. [BellaSugar]

Jessica Biel Restages Revlon Ad From 1952; Nivea Ads Banned in the U.K.