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Reggie Bush Wants to Get Rid of Razor Burn (No, That's Not a Kim Kardashian Joke)

Reggie Bush, via Getty
Reggie Bush, via Getty

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SKIN—Football player Reggie Bush, best known for winning a Heisman Trophy and for dating Kim Kardashian, is getting into the beauty game. Bush has become a part owner and spokesperson for Barc Skincare, a shaving-centered brand aimed just at guys. Right now they only have three products: Bump Down (which eases razor burn), Cutting Up (shave cream), and a travel set. "I'm a huge fan of Barc's skincare line and I'm looking forward to helping men discover how easy it is to experience smooth skin every day," Bush said in a statement. But seriously, though: how long before we get this guy on Dancing with the Stars? [Racked Inbox]

EYES—Sephora's brand Tokidoki has released an adorable new Love from London palette that's made in the shape of an iconic red telephone booth. The colors have London-inspired names like Carnaby Street (royal blue), Savile Row (brown), and Sloane Square (pale pink), but there's one problem: actual Brits can't get the products. The Sephora locations in the UK closed because of high rents, and the US Sephora site doesn't ship to Britain. (Sephora.fr will, but it's super expensive.) Looks like patriotic, beauty-loving Brits will have to get their fix elsewhere. [BBB]