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Emma Stone Goes Blonde; Wet ’n’ Wild Expands

• Emma Stone dyed her dark red hair a bright blonde hue for her role as Gwen Stacy in Spiderman. [InStyle]

• Marion Cotillard fluffed up her normally sleek hair in a fluffy, frizzy style for an event last week. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./]

• Hairstylist Didier Malige would rather work on a photo shoot than in a salon. “I think first of all it’s easier to do hair on someone who is 18 or 20 years old and beautiful, than doing it on someone who is 50 years old and not so fresh anymore! And in a salon there is always the politics — a client moves from one hairdresser to another and it becomes very tense. I’m not so interested in those politics.” [Into the Gloss]

• Wet ’n’ Wild is adding some new products to its makeup line, including quick-dry nail polishes and super-pigmented eye shadows. [WWD]

• Anna Dello Russo tricked out her nails with Santa, reindeer, gingerbread houses, elves, and other sparkly, miniaturized Christmas paraphernalia. [Anna Dello Russo]

• Bond No. 9 has released a limited-edition flacon called Chandelier Dreaming. The hourglass-shaped bottle, which is draped with Baccarat crystals and comes filled with your choice of scents, costs about $2,500. [T Magazine/NYT]

Emma Stone Goes Blonde; Wet ’n’ Wild Expands