It's gonna get sappy up in here.
Kim Kardashian (Temporarily) Bleached Her Eyebrows
Kim Kardashian showed up at sister Kendall’s 19th birthday party with bleached eyebrows (and what looks like wet hair). Thankfully, they’re only temporary and were done for a photo shoot, because homegirl is frightening me. Are you guys feeling the invisible brow look? [Pop Sugar]
Pubic Hair Transplants Are All The Rage In Korea
FYI, a rising number of women in Korea are getting pubic hair transplants. Why is this a trend? According to one study, women have the procedure due to a “sense of inferiority to the same sex," aka bush envy. [Refinery29]
Lupita Nyong’o Speaks Out On Colorism, Standards Of Beauty
Lupita Nyong’o is on the cover of Glamour’s December issue, wherein she speaks out about European and American beauty standards. Can you believe her second grade teacher told her she had to find a husband darker than her if she wanted to get married? [Huff Post]
Transgender Supermodel Lea T. Is The New Face Of Redken
I’m pretty sure you all know who Lea T. is. If not, just know she has been slaying left and right since Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci discovered her a few years ago. Now she’s the new face of Redken’s Chromatic color line. She better werk! [The Independent]
Now They're Telling Us Antiperspirant Makes Us Smell Worse...
New medical studies suggest wearing antiperspirant make us smell worse instead of better. I don’t know about you all, but my personal experience tells me that a day without deodorant does NOT smell too fresh. Fun fact, though: Cameron Diaz has not worn antiperspirant in 20 years. [Daily Mail]
UK Pop Star Katie Melua Had A Spider Living In Her Ear
Yes, you read that correctly. UK pop star Katie Melua discovered that a spider had been living in her ear for a week (SEVEN WHOLE DAYS) after she used an old pair of headphones on a plane. She then took to Instagram to calmly share the news. The bravery. [YouBeauty]
11 Skin Care Ingredients And What They Actually Do
When it comes to active ingredients, we all know what works for us, but what about those other sometimes science-y words on the label? In the case of these 11 ingredients (e.g. acetone, isopropyl myristate), you might want to steer clear--very clear. [The Fashion Spot]