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Where'd you get your eyeliner, Duchess? via Getty
Kate Moss might sell a ton of beauty products, but—surprise—Kate Middleton is still number one in the hearts and beauty budgets of British women. According to a recent survey conducted by FeelUnique.com, an online beauty boutique in the UK, women are three times more likely to buy products preferred by the DoC than by Moss. We're guessing Rimmel, St. Tropez, and Kerastase just signed the super model because Middleton was busy nurturing the future of the English monarchy in her womb and whatnot. [DailyMail]
· After performing with the Rolling Stones in Chicago, Taylor Swift is revealing images from her new fragrance campaign for Taylor by Taylor Swift. In typical Swift fashion, the ads will include swings, gauzy dresses and pretty much anything that's ever been referred to as cute or whimsical.
· Taking the whole no pain no gain thing pretty far, there's a new trend of Venezuelan women sewing patches to their tongues to prevent themselves from eating solid foods. One dieter explained that "at the start you can't even move your tongue for the pain?It's a huge inconvenience, but I'm doing it to feel better about myself." "Diet" and "exercise" are suddenly looking pretty easy.
· In case you missed all the looks from this year's CFDA Awards, BellaSugar has rounded up all the red carpets look from Mara Rooney's pink pout to Karlie Kloss's wet-looking bob.
· Revealing her surprising preference for drugstore brand cosmetics, people are loving Paris Jackson's new YouTube beauty tutorial. Talking about how to achieve her favorite smoky eye and the "shock" of showing her makeup-free face, she sounds like any other teenager joking "yes, I'm pink in the face; yes, I have acne."
· Alexa Chung got her follower's excited Instagramming a sneak peek of her upcoming campaign for L'Oréal Professionnel INOA colour." Though the filter gave the illusion of newly red hair, her colorist Jose Quijano said he actually "applied four different INOA shades to Alexa's hair—two from the new UltraBlond collection and a cooler and warm blonde form the existing range," plus highlights.
[GlamourUK] – —Alyssa Carroll