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We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — so why not learn the rules when it comes to beauty? We wanted to find out the must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, Sally Hershberger Downtown stylist Ruben Colon says what hairspray is always in his kit. Hint: it’s not the brand you’d think.
At the Cannes Film Festival, the parties are just as fashionable as the red carpet.
L’Oreal just released a new French commercial for its Préférence hair color. It’s filled with models…and also maybe a lot of fake hair?
The British Advertising Standards Authority released a ruling Wednesday banning a print ad for L’Oreal‘s Revitalift Repair 10 because it used a digitally altered image of actress Rachel Weisz that “misleadingly exaggerated” how well the product works. The Authority also asked L’Oreal to stop using post production techniques (i.e. Photoshop) that “misrepresented what was achievable using the advertised product.”
A British woman has been in a coma for nearly a month after suffering an allergic reaction caused by a hair dye. If that’s not scary enough, the dye is is pretty commonly available.
While we can’t wait to have long, luscious gray locks a la Kristen McMenamy, many an aging lady (and man) do their best to cover up their gray with hair dye. But what if they could do away with silvery strands completely with one little pill?
The British Advertising Standards Authority has blocked a Lancome ad featuring Julia Roberts and a Maybelline ad with Christy Turlington from publication because of complaints the images look overly Photoshopped. The companies, which are both owned by L’Oreal, acknowledged retouching them, say the images aren’t unbelievable.
In case you missed it, actor Hugh Laurie has been named the face of L’Oreal’s Men’s Expert brand. And while that’s cool, it’s not exactly earth-shattering. By our count, L’Oreal currently has about eleventy billion celebrities fronting one or more of their varied products. What is earth-shattering, however, is the absolutely hilarious ad he filmed for his new beauty-focused role, featuring every last bit of
Dr. House’s Laurie’s self-deprecating charm.
L’Oreal wants you to have a happy new year. We assume Beyoncé, Diane Kruger, Milla Jovovich, Patrick Dempsey, Jane Fonda, Freida Pinto, Rachel Weisz, Claudia Schiffer, Evangeline Lilly, Gerard Butler and Laeticia Casta do as well, since they all appear in the cosmetic giant’s absurdly star-studded video.
While I seriously love soaking up the summer sun—pool parties, backyard barbecues and laying out in the ‘Bu—the heat tends to take its toll on my tresses. Luckily, I have found a remedy for this potentially disastrous situation…Kérastase’s groundbreaking Chronologiste!
this week, L’Oreal is coming under fire for a commercial starring British singer Cheryl Cole advertising a hair product that promises to make your hair “stronger, full of life, [and] replenished.” Only problem is that Cole’s stronger, full of life hair ain’t the real thing — “Styled with some natural hair extensions,” the commercial admittedly says. The ASA received 40 complaints claiming that the commercial portrayed an unrealistic ideal that couldn’t be achieved.