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Customer Love Notes: A Devilishly Cool Polish Collection

Nerd alert: one of our favorite things to do is read the customer reviews in the Birchbox Shop. You all are an opinionated bunch—and we like it! We especially love the love letters you write to your favorite products. (Though we’re still waiting on the haikus and iambic pentameter.) From time to time, we’ll be highlighting extrasweet customer serenades. Next up: a crowd-sourced collection of fashion forward nail colors

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Last September, we teamed up with fashion design duo Ruffian on their very first nail lacquer collection. Ever since, Ruffian’s on-trend Crowdsourced Collection has been winning over legions of fans. Here’s what a few Birchboxers had to say: 

"Ruffian? More like smoothian. How was I blissfully unaware about to one of the glossiest, shimmeriest nail polishes ever!? I have the color "Hedgefund," a modest green color—I’d call it a feminine forest green. Love it. Plus, unlike most nail polishes, the wear and tear is at a minimum."—hilarying

"I just applied two coats of Fox Hunt RUFFIAN Nail Lacquer to my fingernails and I am in love. The color is perfect for fall without being pumpkin-y or school-affiliated burnt orange. The lacquer went on smoothly with full coverage and I found the brush easy to use, which is rare for this uncoordinated lefty. My nails look awesome in this color!"—GradysGal

"I love nail polish, but I am hopeless at making it look like the salon, even if I buy top-of-the-line brands. This polish is amazing. I painted my nails quickly before a week sailing in Greece. At the end of the week, this polish had BARELY even chipped!"-Ashley

These fan girls have convinced us—have you tried these miraculously long-lasting polishes? 

—Ally

Have your own product paramour? Pen a love letter to your favorite Birchbox products by leaving a customer review! 

What It Was Like For This BBC Reporter To Be Airbrushed

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We know airbrushing is a reality. The models and celebs we see on the covers of our favorite magazines are almost always Photoshopped to achieve the insane level of perfection that has become standard.

While the debate continues (Are we teaching teenage girls to strive for something impossible? Is it right to idolize this kind of beauty? How much airbrushing is too much?), one BBC reporter, Tulip Mazumdar, wanted to know what it felt like to be the one having her imperfections erased virtually.

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Fashion Hearts Instagram, Celine Dion’s Massive Shoe Closet, And More
When it comes to fashion inspiration, more and more designers are turning to Instagram. [New York Times]
And speaking of the sartorially savvy, have you seen the brand new fashion news site Beyond The Row? We’re crushing hard. [Beyond The Row] 
Check out RiRi’s hot video for her new fragrance, Rogue. [Style News]
Here’s something that will give you major shoe envy: Celine Dion has more than 3,000 pairs! [Glamour]
Behold, the new fall makeup launches that should be on your radar. [Real Beauty]
Sandra Bullock gets a hair makeover for Vogue. [Huffington Post]
CollegeFashionista has teamed up with Shopbop to create Shopbop Student, a curated category of budget-friendly finds! [Shopbop]
—Ashley
Want more buzz-worthy news? Stay in the know with more of our morning must reads.

Fashion Hearts Instagram, Celine Dion’s Massive Shoe Closet, And More

—Ashley

Want more buzz-worthy news? Stay in the know with more of our morning must reads.

Out The Door In Five Steps: Guest Blogger

Between running from classes to club meetings to study sessions, college students are certainly  busy bunch. That’s why Amy Levin, founder and creative director of CollegeFashionista, has pulled together these tips to help studentsor anyone, for that matter—get out the door in a jiff and still look stylish.

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It starts the night before: I know that the last thing many people want to do when they get home from a late night of studying or partying is tend to their skin. But taking time to care for your skin at night will save you tons of time in the morning. A proper skin regimen will reduce redness, pimples, and even out your skin tone. Establish a routine that, at a bare minimum, includes removing your makeup and moisturizing. The Yes ToTMFacial Towelettes are definitely a staple in my skincare routine. They are gentle enough to use everyday, but really balance out my skin with their natural ingredients, such as tomato and watermelon extract. 

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Summer Weekend Style: Guest Blogger

We’re always on the lookout for fun fashion finds. To help us get inspired, we love Wantering, a search engine for the sartorially savvy (a.k.a. it’s your new shopping best friend). We’ve asked the trendsetters behind the site to share some of their styling know-how for the summer season. Here’s what they had to say about looking casual-cool on your off-duty days. 

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Hello heat wave! No matter what activities you have planned for your remaining summer weekends, we’ve got styling suggestions for you! 

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Famous Celebrities Who Were Abercrombie Models, Adam Levine Engaged, and More

A roundup of famous faces that used to be Abercrombie models way back in the day. [People Style Watch]
Fashion is testing out a new production medium: 3D printing. Yes, literally printing out shoes and clothing. [Glamour]
Where art meets fashion: This collaboration is giving you the chance to have your own selfie featured on posters, scarves, and bags. [She Finds]
Maroon 5’s Adam Levine and Victoria Secret angel Behati Prinsloo are now engaged. Congrats to the happy couple! [Us Weekly]
Famed makeup artist Pat McGrath gives her best tips for achieving a bold red lip. [Beauty High] 



—Geraldine
 
For more celebrity news, Vogue might have photoshopped away Claire Danes’ leg.

Famous Celebrities Who Were Abercrombie Models, Adam Levine Engaged, and More

—Geraldine
 
ScarJo Covers The First Vanity Fair France, Emma Stone’s  Skincare Secret, and More
Blonde bombshell Scarlett Johansson scored the honor of cover girl for Vanity Fair France’s debut issue. [WWD]
Our favorite funny girl Emma Stone uses baking soda—yes, baking soda— to help keep her complexion clear. Excuse us while we run to the grocery store. [Beauty High]
The latest model for the Lagerfeld fall campaign is none other than the designer’s bodyguard. [The Cut]
Add this to your bookmark bar: Wantering, a search engine made specifically for clothing, has just relaunched.  [Wantering Blog]
Michelle Trachtenberg underwent a ’60s makeover for her role as Marina Oswald in Killing Kennedy. Quite a difference from Georgina Sparks. [E! Online]
—Geraldine
Is ScarJo having you consider life as an American in Paris? Here are the areas where you should stay.

ScarJo Covers The First Vanity Fair France, Emma Stone’s  Skincare Secret, and More

—Geraldine

Is ScarJo having you consider life as an American in Paris? Here are the areas where you should stay.

4 Stain-Fighting Tips from The Laundress

We’ve all been there: You’re jiving to the electric slide at a pal’s wedding, overflowing glass of red wine in-hand when—SPLAT!—your tasty merlot ends up all over your silk dress. Fret not, stain-busting experts and The Laundress cofounders Lindsey Boyd and Gwen Whiting share their secrets for removing everything from a waterproof mascara smudge to sweat-induced discoloration. 

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Emma Watson’s New ‘Do, BaubleBar Pop-Up Shop, and More
We’re loving the supersleek bob that Emma Watson wore to the This Is The End premiere. [NY Mag]
Head’s up jewelry fans—BaubleBar is opening a pop up shop in SoHo. [WWD]
Following announcements by Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors, could Gucci be the next fashion house to launch a cosmetics line? [Fashionista]
Editor-in-Chief of PureWow talks five can’t-miss summer fashion trends. [Shoptiques]
When it comes to grains, is brown rice really healthier for you? [Q]
— Bre
Check out some of the products you might receive in your Birchbox this month in the June Sneak Peek!
(photo: NY Mag)

Emma Watson’s New ‘Do, BaubleBar Pop-Up Shop, and More

— Bre

Check out some of the products you might receive in your Birchbox this month in the June Sneak Peek!

(photo: NY Mag)

H&M Admits: “The Models We’ve Had Have Been Too Skinny”

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Plus-size model Jennie Runk in H&M’s latest swimwear campaign

The conversation around body diversity has been a long-standing debate in the fashion world, but it seems that chatter is coming to a head. From blogger Gabi Gregg’s fatkini to the first realistic plus-size dress form, the way we think about fashion is shifting and now big brands are getting involved. In a new interview with Metro, H&M’s CEO, Karl-Johan Persson, has promised that the Swedish retailer will be more diverse in their advertising and to “not give the impression that girls have to look a particular way.” 

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