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Neon Nail Polish Is Illegal; Snail Slime Is the Next Big Thing in Skin Care

Olivia Palermo for Rochas.
Olivia Palermo for Rochas.


• Korean skin-care brands say that snail slime is the next big breakthrough in skin care because it’s rich in protein, glycolic acid, and elastin. [Refinery29]


• Yasmin Sewell on how to achieve her effortlessly chic aesthetic: “Honestly I think it all starts with the hair. If you understand what hair suits you then the rest will come together. I look ridiculous with long curly hair — crazy — but if my hair is cut sharp then somehow my look is balanced. If a woman knows what hairstyle truly suits her then the rest will come.” [Sydney Morning Herald]


Saskia de Brauw translates some of Coco Chanel’s most famous quotes into sign language to show off the latest collection of Chanel nail polish. [T Magazine]

• This just in: Neon nail polish is illegal to produce in the U.S. —  if you see a neon shade in the store, it’s imported — or your polish is actually just really bright, not a true neon. [SheFinds]


• Kiehl’s will enter the fragrance market in July with its new “Aromatic Blends” line. [WWD]

• Olivia Palermo is the face of the new Rochas fragrance, Les Cascades de Rochas, out next month. [WWD]

• RealBeauty asked ten stylish moms, including Josie Maran, Sonia Kashuk, and Rebecca Minkoff, to share their Mother’s Day wish lists. [RealBeauty]


• Alicia Silverstone and ec0friendly brand Juice Beauty partnered on a five-piece collection of skin care and makeup products. [WWD]

Neon Polish Is Illegal; Snail-Slime Skin Care