Proposed Laws Could Ban Underage Tanning; Blunt Blonde Bangs Teeter on Trendworthy

The nails at Zac Posen, spring 2009.

• Underage orange people, your tanning-bed days could be numbered. A bill proposed in Texas would require anyone under 18 to obtain a doctor's note before using a tanning bed and have a parent present while tanning. Also, in Florida, lawmakers want to ban anyone under the age of 16 from tanning. [News-Press, USAT via]

• Deborah Lippmann's latest nail-color collaboration with Zac Posen for spring 2009 is available. It's called Purple Rain, after Prince's song. [Casual Lavish]

• Female performers in the upcoming Broadway revival of Hair will all have natural hair down south, and are not being fitted for pubic hairpieces, as rumored. [NYP]

• Los Angeles–based hairstylist Johnny Ramirez, who styles Whitney Port, is coming to New York, with a weeklong stint every month at the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in the meatpacking district. Right near DVF headquarters ... how convenient. [BellaSugar]

• MTV correspondent SuChin Pak is doing video tutorials for Redken. Because she can? [Coutorture]

• Blunt blonde bangs might be a new trend. That's counting Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, and Nicole Richie's impression of Lady Gaga. So really, it's not a trend at all. [E! Online]

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