Karlie Kloss in Bulgari's new fragrance campaign.
Photo: Courtesy of Bulgari
• Club Libby Lu, the fairy-inspired makeover store for tween girls owned by Saks, is closing after five years in business. Maybe the lipstick economic theory doesn't hold for tweens. [CNN Money via Consumerist]
• Cambodian women have been using personal lubricant from Number One Plus condoms to shrink their acne. Creative! But how someone concocted that idea in the first place, we don't want to know. [BellaSugar]
• A new study from the United Kingdom reports that beauty creams may contain nanoparticles that have toxic effects on the body, but firms aren't disclosing if they use nanoparticles or not. Calls are out for more testing, but nothing is mandatory by law … yet. [Telegraph]
• Model Karlie Kloss stars in the new Bulgari campaign for the Omnia Green Jade fragrance launching this February. It will feature notes of green mandarin, spring water, white peony, pear blossom, jasmine, pistachio, white woods, and musk and target younger consumers. [Now Smell This]
• Guerlain's holiday perfume bottle skips traditional green and red colors for lilac and white. Refreshing. [Daily Beauty Reporter/Allure]