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Georgia May Jagger on Jerry Hall's Makeup Tips: 'More Is More'

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

Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger via Into the Gloss
Jerry Hall and daughter Georgia May Jagger talked red lips, expensive skin care, and bringing a laptop into the bathroom with Into the Gloss. Just like most mothers would do given the opportunity, Jerry shared her opinion on at least one style decision that she wished her daughter hadn't made: Piercing her ears with safety pins. Georgia May's response was naturally, "You won't let that go!" What they did agree on was the importance of steam and a washcloth to their skin care routine and that Georgia May's decision not to get braces was a good one. [Into the Gloss]

· Turkish Airlines has banned red lipstick and red nail polish, telling flight attendants to be "artless and well groomed, with makeup in pastel tones." The company claimed lipstick and nail polish in red "impairs visual integrity." In addition to implications for women in Turkey, the decree raises concerns as to why anyone is encouraging the use of pastel makeup outside of an '80s-themed dance party. [The Guardian]

· You may have been barely legal the last time Estée Lauder launched a fragrance, but for the first time in a decade the brand will be "reasserting themselves as a fragrance powerhouse" with the launch of Modern Muse in September. Arizona Muse stars in the campaign for the scent and it aims to evoke Estée Lauder's legacy of empowering women to be independent and confident in their own sense of self and style. Apparently, the empowered woman smells of "cool woods, mandarin, big white flowers including tuberose, lily and two types of jasmine." Noted. [Telegraph]

· It was a no brainer when Jennifer Aniston became the co-owner and spokesperson of Living Proof, the hair care line backed by MIT scientists. Aniston will star in Living Proof's web series Good Hair Day which features women on the street discussing their hair woes and Aniston empathizing that "our hair means something to us. It just does." The teaser for the series launching May 9 hints at a contest where viewers could win a meeting with Aniston. [People]

· At the launch of "No. 5 Culture Chanel" exhibit in Paris, the origin of one of the world's most iconic fragrances was celebrated with the ghosts of Chanel campaigns past. In case you've forgotten just how interesting Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel's life was, the exhibit includes photographs of her first love, esoteric books, stained glass from the church she lived in as an orphan, and tarot cards collected at the height of her fetish with the number five. [WWD]

· Blogger and InStyle columnist Gabi Gregg, aka GabiFresh brings her frank discussions on body image and style from the fashion realm to beauty with the launch of her new blog, Following the news last week that she is designing a plus-size bikini line, the beauty blog was announced via her Twitter this morning for "people who suck at life" and the first post is focused on "getting your shit together" via a skin care routine. [Twitter] —Heather Walczuk