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Aniston's Stylist Was Stoned When He Created 'The Rachel'

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The Internet is exploding after Jennifer Aniston's hairstylist Chris McMillan confessed that he was stoned when he created "The Rachel" 'do, which basically ruled the '90s. McMillan has been "on a break" with herbal remedies for 14 years, so he said he now feels "safe enough to say that [he smoked back then]." Mr. and Mrs. Green remain unavailable for comment. [Stylebistro]

· Anne Taylor is releasing a nail polish trio this month with 50 percent of proceeds benefitting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Building off the iconic pink ribbon, the set includes a coral, a ballerina pink and a rose hue and is available now for $20 at their stores nation wide. [InStyle]

· According to research conducted by the UK's, the average British woman spends an insane $24,443 to replace lost makeup in her lifetime – with one in three women citing public transportation as the place most of the goodies get lost. [Jezebel]

· Dove gave their viral "Real Beauty Sketches" video a Mother's Day twist, inviting three Canadian mothers to see their own beauty through their daughter's eyes. Each mother daughter pair was separately asked to describe their mother for a forensic artist and the results are amazing. [Herald]

· Giving women one more thing to worry about, cognitive researchers Dr. Kang Lee and Dr. Pam Pallett found some updates to their 2010 study determining how we perceive attractiveness in females claiming that the ideal facial ratio is an eye to mouth distance measuring "36 percent of the length of your whole face" and when the distance between eyes measures "about 46 percent of your face's width." [HuffingtonPost] —Alyssa Carroll