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Eva Chen’s Lucky Interview, Kristen Bell Proposes via Twitter, and More
Lucky's new EIC, Eva Chen, talks about her beginnings and her plans for the magazine. [Lucky]
The chia seed is currently taking the food world by storm—and for good reason. [Well+Good] 
After vowing to wait for marriage equality, Kristen Bell proposes to boyfriend Dax Shepard. How did she pop the question? Through Twitter, of course. #loveislove. [Cosmopolitan UK]
A visibly distressed Paula Deen sat down with Matt Lauer yesterday on the Today show to talk about her recent controversy. [US Weekly]
What single piece of clothing makes a man 12% more attractive to women? [Glamour]
—Geraldine
Get more of Eva and her down-to-earth personality by checking out the lightening round interview she did with Birchbox.

Eva Chen’s Lucky Interview, Kristen Bell Proposes via Twitter, and More

—Geraldine

Get more of Eva and her down-to-earth personality by checking out the lightening round interview she did with Birchbox.

A First Look at The Marilyn Monroe MAC Collection


MAC’s Marilyn Monroe inspired line hits stores later this month. (Photo: instyle.com)

—Hallie

Feeling out of the loop this week? Don’t fret, here’s all the news you need to know.

MAC To Launch A Marilyn Monroe Makeup Collection

Photo: fanpop.com

Stop everything. Blockbuster color-company MAC cosmetics has just announced that it will be releasing an exclusive, limited edition Marilyn Monroe collection. We’ve seen the blonde bombshell popping up at the top of everyone’s list these days, from Michelle William’s film My Week With Marilyn to the sassy Norma Jean-inspired musical in NBC’s new show Smash. Will 2012 be the year of Marilyn?

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Did Marilyn Monroe Inspire the Bottle Blonde Phenomenon?

Photo: Bella Sugar

Of all the blonde women you know, most of them probably got their hair color from a bottle of peroxide. Not only do blondes allegedly have more fun, studies have shown they’re likelier to sing in public, demand a raise, ask someone out, and complain about their food in a restaurant. No wonder so many women continue to dye their hair.

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