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Nicki Minaj Goes Smurf Blue for Vogue; Estée Lauder Teams Up With Mad Men

Nicki Minaj for <em>Vogue</em>
Nicki Minaj for Vogue


• Nicki Minaj gets the Smurf treatment to accompany a profile of her in Vogue magazine. [Vogue]

• A huge pink mansion that went on sale in Dallas, Texas, this week was once the home of the late cosmetics entrepreneur Mary Kay Ash. [Daily Mail UK]

• Estée Lauder worked with Mad Men on a capsule line of makeup products; the campaign for the collection stars Constance Jablonski. [Style]


• A cafe on West 84th Street that paid homage to Edgar Allen Poe will become a hair salon. [West Side Rag]

• Emma Watson on cutting off her hair: “I had journalists asking me if this meant I was coming out, if I was a lesbian now. That haircut did make me realize how subjective everyone’s opinion is. Some people were crazy for it and some people just thought I’d lost my shit. All I can do is follow my instincts, because I’ll never please everyone.” [Styleite]

• A new hair salon in Tribeca that markets itself as “Clean-Air” doesn’t use products like hairspray and nail polish that make breathing bothersome.  The salon actually has a sealed-off, ventilated “Fume Room” for occasions when those products are needed. [Racked]

• Drew Barrymore says she gets uncomfortable when her hairstyle stays the same for too long. [Us]

Smurfette Nicki Minaj in Vogue; Mad Men Makeup