#BoycottRevlon Is Happening On Twitter

Oh, and Kim Kardashian isn’t smiling. We are, though, over some pretty rad new beauty releases.

Revlon Has A Potential Boycott On Its Hands

Twitter is erupting with #BoycottRevlon tweets after Alan Meyers, a former Revlon Inc. chief scientific officer, filed a lawsuit against the company for CEO Lorenzo Delpani's racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-American comments (E.g., this alleged quote, "I can smell black people."). The company called the lawsuit a "frivolous action" with "baseless claims." [Twitter] [Huffington Post]

Marilyn Monroe Is Max Factor's New Global Ambassador

This month, we’ll be seeing the face of Norma Jeane Mortenson and Marilyn Monroe splashed across print and TV ads in celebration of the 80th anniversary of Max Factor’s opening. Apparently, the brand played a massive role in Monroe’s transformation into a bombshell. [ELLE]

Urban Decay Is Releasing A Line Of Sheer Lipsticks

Answering our prayers, as always, Urban Decay is adding a sheer dimension to its Revolution lipstick line. From a sassy orange to a few chic nudes, the addition proves that it can be easy to rock just about any lip shade. [Temptalia]

Kim Kardashian’s Anti-Wrinkle Regimen Is BOGUS

Not smiling? Seriously? We’ll pass. Thankfully, Refinery29 provided much more rational (but still luxe!) means of reducing a crow’s foot, or eight. [Refinery29]

Your Daily Latte Could Cure Your Thinning Locks

OK, not quite. A German dermatological study found that applying a caffeine solution to damaged hair follicles could increase their growth up to 25%. Right now the only scientifically reliable product exists solely in Europe, but we’re crossing our fingers that it gets to the states, stat. [Allure]

Walmart: Your Supermodel Hair Destination

Supermodel Claudia Schiffer is partnering with Henkel’s Schwarzkopf to create a hair care line exclusively for the retail giant. It’ll focus on cleansing, styling, and coloring needs, and all products will be under $10. [E! Online]