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Get Ready for Benefit Cosmetics, the Movie; Lanvin to Release ‘Couture’ Fragrance

Jennifer Lawrence for <em>Gioia</em>.
Jennifer Lawrence for Gioia. Photo: Gioia


• See Avengers–themed eye shadow art, inspired by the Hulk, Iron Man, and Captain America. [Jangsara via Refinery 29]

• A new film called Glamouriety follows the lives of twin sisters Jean and Jane Ford, who founded Benefit Cosmetics. It debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival, and you’ll be able to watch it on Benefit’s website later this year. [Racked]

• Jennifer Lawrence wears thick, red lipstick on the cover of Italy’s Gioia magazine. [ONTD]

• A mommy blogger who wrote about putting makeup on her 4-year-old daughter has people arguing over how young is too young for girls to take an interest in cosmetics. [Good Morning America]


• Bethenny Frankel on how motherhood has affected her beauty routine: “It’s become more of a ritual. I put the baby down and apply serum, toner, and moisturize. It’s my own private time in the bathroom.” [Real Beauty]


• Here’s Selena Gomez’s first fragrance ad. [StyleWatch/People]

Lanvin is launching a “Couture” version of its “Jeanne Lanvin” fragrance. [WWD]


• And now, a message from Jersey Shore’s Sammi Sweetheart: “My New Year’s resolution was to try and do my hair differently more often. So hopefully this summer I’ll do that because my hair is naturally wavy, not straight. But I really do love straight hair. I don’t use any products, I just use a good flat iron. Hair is really my thing.” [Elle]

Benefit Movie; Lanvin’s Couture Fragrance