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Dove's Real Beauty campaign just got a makeover. This time around, the company hired sketch artists to depict women as they described themselves, then put the drawings next to pictures of the women in order to highlight the difference between how they look and how they see themselves. The campaign is already a viral hit. [Dove]
An analysis of women on magazine covers shows that the industry's response to complaints about Photoshopping is to permit exactly three wrinkles: no more, no less. The Cut breaks down cover images of Drew Barrymore, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow, and more to prove their point. [The Cut]
A poll of women in the UK found that Anne Hathaway's super-short cut in 'One Day' is the most influential movie haircut, which is weird because nobody actually saw that movie. Second and third places were Jennifer Aniston in 'Along Came Polly' and Audrey Hepburn in 'Charade.' [Vogue UK]
Move over, BB cream. Paris-based Kusmi Tea, a favorite with models and stylists, has created a "BB detox tea" that does for your skin on the inside what actual BB cream does on the outside. How long before we can drink concealer? [Elle]
What does 'Girls' star Allison Williams keep in her beauty closet? The actress says she swears by Jouer lip gloss, Tarte mascara, Urban Decay primer, and plenty of skincare products from Simple, which she totally coincidentally happens to be the face of. [WWW]