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Bobbi Brown To Un-Discontinue Carolina Herrera's Fave Lipstick

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What happens when your favorite lipstick disappears? Most of us would obsessively scour eBay, but Carolina Herrera just called up Bobbi Brown and asked her not to kill her favorite shade. Now, the "deep rosy plum" lipstick is not only off the endangered species list, it has been re-named Carolina Sheer Lip Color. It obviously pays to hail from one of America's most influential families. [InStyle]

Drybar's next phase of domination has just kicked off with a new line of at-home hair care products designed to lengthen the life of your blowout. The products—including a dry shampoo, a smoothing cream, and a heat protector/frizz fighter—have cutesy booze-inspired names like Hot Toddy, The Chaser, and 100 Proof. [Drybar]

Why go out and compete in a beauty pageant when you can do it from your house? The Daily Mail reports on the new trend of people posting selfies on Instagram and tagging them with hashtags like #amipretty in order to solicit comments from strangers. Because this is the internet we're talking about, we are expecting #catpageant to become a thing any minute now. [Refinery29]

Butter London's new summer collection was inspired by tanning. The nail polish range includes colors with names like Sun Baker, Champer, and Bit Faker (that's British for "person who gets their tan from a can"). Well, that's one way to cope with the cancellation of Jersey Shore. [SheFinds]

Not only do first classers get free drinks, they get really good beauty samples. A new roundup of the best sample-size beauty swag in the first-class cabins of airlines reveals that first-class flyers get Bulgari goodies on Emirates Air, Malin + Goetz on Qantas, and Kiehl's on Singapore Airlines. [CNN]