Weeks go by without anything rattling the beauty community. We can all agree that M.A.C launching another pink lipglass is really not news worthy, let alone interesting news. However, new faces, new lines and remembering a master hairstylist is what these past two weeks have been about. Needless to say, everybody is talking beauty.
Read on to find out if you missed on any of the action
Brad Pitt for Chanel No.5
The utterly charming if a little grandmotherly, Chanel No.5 gets a new face- that of man. Brad Pitt nonetheless ! With the endorsement he joins some very feminine faces Audrey Tautou, Catherine Deneuve and Nicole Kidman who have previous lent their support to the 91 year old fragrance.
Like million others we are extremely curious to see how Chanel decides to use this rugged, bearded, handsome face to sell one of its classics.
Zooey Deschanel is Pantene's New Girl
We were ecstatic about this collaboration. Looks like its a great couple of years for the new girl. An ad with Apple for Siri, a new sitcom, a new Broadway show, deals with Rimmel, Cotton and now Pantene. Way to go !
Christian Louboutin Enters Beauty
The red sole shoe genius has a new passion- beauty. Though we read and re-read the press release several times, it does not give away any clue on what exactly in the beauty category will Louboutin make. All it says is, the company is called- Christian Louboutin Beauté and they will make 'luxury beauty products'.
Speaking of the new venture, Mr Louboutin told WWD this “Very constructed, quite different and unexpected,"
An army of red lipsticks? A soul stirring fragrance? What could it be.
Maybelline Loves P'trique of $hit Girls Say And...
Charlotte Free. This is how they showed their love for the pink haired model and YouTube's favourite star.
Boss Girl Gywneth
Iron Man's girl, Gwyneth Paltrow (no offense Mr.Martin) is the new face of Hugo Boss's Boss Nuit Pour Femme Fragrance. Given that the fragrance was inspired by the sensuous little black dress, its safe to assume what the actress will be wearing in the advertisements.
We lost him on May 9 to Leukemia. However, his influence will extend onto several generations of hair dressers world wide.
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