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Surgery for Bushier Brows; Blagojevich’s Prison Hair Will Be Under Control

Daphne Groeneveld for <em>Vogue Korea</em>
Daphne Groeneveld for Vogue Korea


• Daphne Groeneveld covers Vogue Korea’s April issue with babydoll hair and deep red lips. [Fashion Spot]

• Claire Boucher, a.k.a. Grimes, reveals her must-have beauty product during SXSW: “Water. I stopped using anything else on my face and it made my skin better, so now I just use water.” [Refinery29]

• A new survey found that more than two thirds of women would be too scared to go to work without makeup on, and most women would be more stressed out leaving the house barefaced than speaking in public, or going on a job interview or first date. [Daily Mail UK]


• Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich sought out the advice of his barber before making the trip to Colorado where he’ll serve a fourteen-year sentence. “I taught him how to do the do haircut,” said Peter Vodovoz, who has cut Blagojevich’s hair for 21 years. “Hopefully, he’ll be okay in prison. Otherwise, I don’t know what will happen to him.” [ABC]

• A new surgery promises bushier eyebrows by transplanting hundreds of individual hairs from the nape of the neck — a process that can take up to four hours. [Elle]


• Thanks to Downton Abbey and the royal wedding, more British fragrances and beauty brands are showing up Stateside. [NYT]


• China’s State Food and Drug Administration has drafted a proposal that would approve the use of alternatives to animal testing for cosmetics, marking the first time it has seriously considered changing its regulations. [WWD]

Surgery for Bushier Brows; Blagojevich’s Hair