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Rihanna and Xtina Land on 'Worst Hair of the 2000s' List

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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.

A British hair care company surveyed 1,000 women and asked them to name the worst hair look of the last 13 years. The "winner"? Rihanna's buzzed-underneath look, which is also known as "the Skrillex." Other honorable mentions go to Christina Aguilera's Medusa braids and Justin Timberlake's blond curls. [Grazia]

Cate Blanchett already fronts skincare line SK-II, and now she's adding a fragrance to the mix. Blanchett will reportedly front a new scent from Giorgio Armani, and she'll be getting paid a cool $10 million for doing it. Some girls have all the luck (and style). [NYP]

Nail Art Society is a company that will deliver the latest crazy Japanese nail art trends to the US - specifically, to your apartment. Every month, you'll get a kit that provides all the materials for a jealousy-inducing mani with everything from rhinestones to spikes to stickers. and there's an emphasis on 3-D styles. [Racked Inbox]

Georgia May Jagger is fronting the new Just Cavalli fragrance, and she talks about her beauty inspirations. Among the things she loves: red lipstick, a coconut oil stick, Kate Moss' line for Rimmel London, and of course, her mom, Jerry Hall. [Vogue UK]

Is the golden age of perfume officially over? AdAge remembers when silver screen stars might inspire fragrances and skips ahead to the present, where everyone from Fergie to Justin Bieber has their own scent offering, even if they're not involved with choosing the top notes or designing the bottles. The harshest burn is at the top of the page: "Ivanka Trump is no Audrey Hepburn." [AdAge]