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Arizona Muse Named Face of Estée Lauder; See Emma Stone’s Latest Revlon Ads

Emma Stone for Revlon.
Emma Stone for Revlon. Photo: Revlon


Liu Wen covers the June issue of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore with a head full of cropped blue hair. [Fashion Copious]

A lawsuit filed by consumers claiming that L’Oréal failed to properly label its Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum as flammable will move forward. [WWD]

• Cosmetic company mark is launching a five-piece hair-care collection next month. [Elle]

• Sales of home hair color increased during the recession to hit $1.9 billion last year — up 3.1 percent from the previous year. As a result, companies are trying to find ways to make boxed color kits easier to use. [WSJ]


• Deborah Lippmann made a Snow White and the Huntsman nail-polish set that plays on the idea of good versus evil. [SheFinds]


• After giving up on trying to buy Avon, Coty, Inc. is preparing to go public. [WWD]

• Here’s a look at Emma Stone’s latest Revlon ads for the brand’s Grow Luscious Plumping Mascara and Just Bitten Kissable Balms. [Beauty High]

Arizona Muse is the new face of Estée Lauder. [Vogue]

Arizona Muse Face of Estée Lauder; Emma Stone