Wrinkle-Cream Ads Pulled; Carolina Herrera Likes Short Hair on 40-Plus Women

Carolina Herrera

• Ads for Estée Lauder's Tri-Aktiline Instant Deep Wrinkle Filler, which promised to make wrinkles "disappear instantly," have been ruled misleading and must be pulled. [Telegraph]

Carolina Herrera: "Long hair after 40 is out in my book as it looks too messy and too young. Women need to learn how to age gracefully." [Times UK]

• Philosophy's Falling in Love Shampoo and the Body Shop's Deep Sleep Mist are among those products designed specifically for people who shower at night. Because night showering is so different than morning showering. [Beauty Blogging Junkie]

• As part of the big Hello Kitty for M.A.C Cosmetics launch in February, M.A.C invited designers like Catherine Malandrino, Charlotte Ronson, Blumarine, Elie Saab, Emanuel Ungaro, and more to design twenty couture pieces inspired by Hello Kitty to be auctioned off on M.A.C's Website February 5. [Beauty Anonymous]

• Fifteen-year-old Dakota Fanning wears very age-appropriate makeup. Kudos. [Beauty Counter/Style.com]

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Filed Under: beauty marks, blumarine, calvin klein, carolina herrera, catherine malandrino, charlotte ronson, dakota fanning, elie saab, emmanuel ungaro, fragrance, hair, hello kitty, makeup

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