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Hilary Clinton and Anna Wintour via CNN

If you, like us, were so taken with Anna Wintour's endorsement of Hillary Clinton for the 2016 presidential election and didn't even notice her hair, not to worry. Vanity Fair notes that Clinton has traded her signature helmet-hair and Bond-villain buns for some loose waves. Maybe this is Clinton's endorsement of Wintour's campaign for mousse's comeback? [VanityFair]

· Watch out Birchbox. New start-up Trymbl is looking to be the Warby Parker of beauty with a new "try-before-you-buy business plan with high-end organic products" plus video tutorials and professional skincare advice. [PandoDaily]

· Not to worry if you spent all your money on sparklers and hot dogs last weekend: Smashbox is giving away 150,000 Photo Finish Primer samples on its site. There's also a new "First Times" video with Kristin Chenoweth and Sh*t Fashion Girls Say's P'Trique. [Racked Inbox]

· Though we might still have lead in our lotions and potions stateside, the European Union is leading the charge on safer beauty practices with a new Cosmetics Regulations policy that "notably strengthens the safety of cosmetic products for consumers" by adding contact information on all product labels and better guidelines on how to evaluate a cosmetic product's safety. [WWD]

· X-Rite's new Pantone Capsure machine, a futuristic gadget that could end the age old problem of accidental Oompa Loompa face, matches skin color to it's closest foundation shade and Sephora is reportedly already testing it out. [MLive]

· Good and bad news for beauty pros: 24 Seven released their first ever Salary and Job Market Report for the Beauty Industry, and even though compensation is up 5.5 percent, more than half of beauty professionals are having some trouble leaning in and are dissatisfied with how they're advancing in their careers. [Racked Inbox] —Alyssa Carroll