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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.

Did Michelle Trachtenberg Really Color Her Own Hair?

We know celebrities have access to the best stylists, makeup artists, and personal trainers in the business, which is why they always look so much more glamourous than the rest of us. It’s not surprising given that looking good is a huge part of most of their jobs. It is surprising when we hear about celebrities choosing the inexpensive option or doing their hair themselves. I know if I had a choice between doing my hair myself and having it look eh, and having a professional do it, I’d choose the professional every time. 

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