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Kate Middleton Might Use a Bee Venom–Based Beauty Treatment; Zooey Deschanel’s New Rimmel Ad Is Out

Masha Tyelna.
Masha Tyelna.


• Based on a recommendation from Camilla Parker-Bowles, Kate Middleton’s latest skin-care secret might be that she’s using products made from bee venom. [Daily Mail UK]

• The U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority banned a series of deodorant ads due to their apparent objectification of a pin-up model. Of course, complaints and hand-wringing over the campaign only give the company in question more press. [Styleite]

• On the cover of Vogue Turkey’s new issue, Jacquelyn Jablonski has a pearly complexion. [Design Scene]


• Mitt Romney’s hair is the center of intense political debate — a “cosmetological Rorschach test on the campaign trail,” even. The Times interviewed his barber. [NYT]

• And more perfectly coiffed hair: Here’s model Masha Tyelna in an editorial from Singapore Harper’s Bazaar. The shoot’s title is “The Heiress,” and the bouffant is as high as you’d expect. [Design Scene]

• After suffering an allergic reaction to L’Oréal hair dye, a British woman has been comatose for a month now. [Styleite]

• Rachel Weisz got bangs. [Style]


• Zooey Deschanel’s latest commercial for Rimmel London’s new mascara is out. [Just Jared]

• Stacey Bendet says Alice + Olivia might have to expand into beauty one day because “now [she] can only find Shu Uemura feather eyelashes in Asia.” [Racked]


• Kate Gosselin says she’s never had a face lift, but she has gotten Botox. [Us]

Kate Middleton’s Venom; Zooey’s New Rimmel Ad