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Fret Not: 'Bitch Face' Is Now a Curable Condition

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Bitch face connoisseur, Tavi Gevinson

Facing a national crisis of unapproachable women, The Today Show hosted the creator of the viral "Bitchy Resting Face" parody video to discuss the "condition's origins and implications." But fret not sweet sourpusses, they also managed to find a Michigan surgeon who can apparently fix BRF, explaining that "as we age, some of us—myself included—find that the corners of our mouths droop, giving us a grumpy look. This is usually present with a resting face." [The Today Show]

· Thought you'd left cafeteria politics back in grade school? Bad news uggos: according to a University of Michigan study, unattractive workers are more likely to be bullied at work. [TheGloss]

· Hide your Kiehl's, hide your Yves, looks like men are stealing $350 of their lady's beauty products a year. The most commonly looted product is expensive moisturizers. [HuffingtonPost]

· Taking all gold everything to new lengths, Kre-At has created a pair of 24 Karat gold false eyelashes inspired by "summer solstice" for the bargain price of $295. [DailyMail]

· Looks like Butter isn't the only company ringing in the end of summer before we've even had a beach day; Nars is also announcing their new Fall line with new eye palettes, gilded liners, and plum polishes. [Refinery29]

· As we've mentioned, mousse is back in a big way right now and Oribe is confirming it with a new line of the 80s favorite for curls, surf waves and body. [TheCut] —Alyssa Carroll