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OPI Teams Up With Spider-Man; Nars to Create Andy Warhol Collection

Georgia May Jagger for <em>Harper’s Bazaar Russia</em>
Georgia May Jagger for Harper’s Bazaar Russia


Georgia May Jagger covers the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar Russia with bold turquoise eyeliner. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

• Nars Cosmetics is creating an Andy Warhol collection, to debut this fall. [WWD]


• U.K. nail polish brand Ciaté (coming soon to a Sephora near you!) is making “caviar mani” kits, or three-dimensional manicures using seed beads. [Fashionista]

• OPI and Spider-Man are teaming up for a collection to celebrate the Amazing Spider-Man, which comes out this summer. Colors will include “My Boyfriend Scales Walls” and “Your Web or Mine?” [ONTD]


• A new study found that attractive job candidates get called back 36 percent more often than unattractive ones. It’s good to know we’re not living in a superficial world. [WSJ]

• Jennifer Aniston is refuting rumors that her beauty regimen costs $8,000 a month. “By my tally, this month I’m in for about two hundred bucks,” she says. [PeopleStyleWatch]


• Wig designer (or “crown” designer, as she prefers) to the stars Hadiiya Barbel says her goal is to bring fake hair to the masses. “Like Versace for H&M,” she says. [NYT]

• Hair salon visits have been dubbed the newest economic indicator. According to industry experts, visits to beauty salons decline during downturns, as customers stretch out the periods between appointments and grow once the economic outlook improves. [LAT]

• Emma Stone has once again dyed her signature red hair blonde. [BellaSugar]

• The hairstylist for The Hunger Games bought $30,000 worth of hair to test dyes on before taking Jennifer Lawrence from blonde to brunette. [BellaSugar]

OPI’s Spider-Man Line; Nars and Andy Wathol