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We figured we'd be hearing a lot more about Kate Moss's tanning habits after she was named the face of St. Tropez, and here it is: The model told Allure, "I don't mind a bikini bottom [tan lines]. My husband likes lines on the bum—men like white bums, like a frame...I don't do it on the boobs, though. I try not to have a white boob." [PopSugar]

Though he might not like celebrity fragrances (despite having his own) Adam Levine seems to have no trouble with endorsements, as the new face of Proactiv+, explaining "Even though I'm a celebrity, I'm no different than anyone else. Acne just shows up and causes trouble." [BellaSugar]

Bad news for festival-goers dreaming of unicorn color, the Philippine's FDA is warning shoppers that many of the washable hair chalks sold online can cause "cause allergies and adverse reaction on the scalp, head, eyes and skin." [GMANetwork]

Pictures have finally arrived for Butter London's first-ever makeup collection that was teased back in June, and it's a Warhol meets RuPaul-looking mix of baby blue shadows, hot pink mascaras and lime green liners that you of course also match to your nails. [Refinery29]

If snail facials aren't your thing, good news: a new study is showing that the best way to look young is regular sex, which can apparently make you look "five to seven years younger" due to the "release of human growth hormone". [HuffingtonPost]

Way more fun than canoes and tetherball, former Essence beauty editor Corynne Corbett is launching a non-profit called Beauty Biz Camp in NYC to open up the accessibility and diversity of the beauty industry. Cue the Bravo competition. [Fashionista] —Alyssa Carroll