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Foot Injections Are on the Rise; Real Men Use Moisturizer

Daria Strokous for <em>Vogue</em> Japan.
Daria Strokous for Vogue Japan.


Daria Strokous covers Vogue Japan’s beauty issue. [Design Scene]

• M.A.C. made three-piece “Fashion Sets,” which include lipstick, lip gloss, and nail polish, in seven of its most popular shades. [Beauty High]


• Olivia Wilde on her favorite scent: “I’m so into fragrance. Believe it or not, I’m a big fan of patchouli oil. I know it’s not a universally liked fragrance. I usually combine it with other essential oils — I have many mixtures I like.” [T Magazine]

• You may now purchase Kate Middleton’s wedding day fragrance, Illuminum White Gardenia Petals by Michael Boadi and carried exclusively by British department store Fortnum & Mason, for $112. [Racked]


• A new poll found that only 13 percent of women consider themselves attractive, and one in four claimed that they couldn’t remember the last time a compliment made them feel beautiful. [Telegraph UK]

• Male skin care is one of the beauty industry’s fastest-growing sectors — about 25 percent of men now use some sort of facial skin-care product. [WSJ]


• Vogue made a handy guide to having bangs, from the best salon treatment to the right hair products. [Vogue]


• More and more women are getting artificial padding injected into the toes, heels, and balls of their feet to handle the pain of wearing high heels. [Daily Mail]

Foot Injections on the Rise; Men Use Moisturizer