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MAC Teases Rihanna's Upcoming Collab With a Red Lipstick

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Dying to see what comes of Rihanna's collab with MAC? It's not out until later this summer, but the brand released a teaser product, a red lipstick called Riri Woo, to get you in the mood. It will be available only at a special MAC popup shop at New York's Barclay's Center next month—to coincide with the Rihanna concert there, duh. [SheFinds]

Amanda Seyfried is on the cover of Allure's naked issue, even though she doesn't get naked in it. She says she only washes her hair once every three or four days and that she takes a break from exercising by knitting. Also, this quote is pretty great: "My concealer stick from Clé de Peau. I'm always protected; it's not greasy. I mean, it's Clé de Peau. I'm the spokesperson; I'd be an idiot not to use it." [Allure]

British brand Boots No 7 is expanding the range of products they offer in the US to include a skin illuminator, matte foundation, eyelash serum, and "stay-perfect primer." You can get the goodies at most Target locations or on Boots' US website. [Boots]

The International Beauty Show was in NYC this week. While that meant plenty of celebrities and new product launches, it also meant models wearing insane body paint, walking around on stilts, and/or covering themselves in crystals. [Fashionista]

Apparently, short haircuts used to "belong" to women of a certain age, but after Anne Hathaway chopped her locks, all the older ladies are growing their hair out or going into their salons andor demanding another look. First she steals an Oscar, now this? [The Cut]

According to a new study, the average woman spends $15,000 on makeup in her lifetime. The biggest chunk of that, about $3,770, goes to mascara. This doesn't include paying for beauty treatments like mani-pedis or waxing. [InStyle]