Beauty Buzz: DreamDry’s Shorter Styles, Stila’s Shiny New Essentials, and Guys Test-Drive Makeup Transformations

By  August 13, 2014

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Cropped coif cuties, listen up! DreamDry is maximizing its menu to ensure that everyone, no matter their hair length, leave with luscious-looking locks. The salon has added new styles to serve those with short hair along with more modern braids and  unique up-dos as well as a new luxury styling service. Dream(DIY) allows customers to recreate an intricate hairdo featured on it social media channels or even a couture inspiration image. From runway to the real way, indeed! [Glam Inbox]

Looks like Stila’s all grown up! To celebrate its 20 year anniversary, the beauty brand’s packaging has received a chic makeover and upgraded to silver and gold status. The celebratory collection features a neutral palette, lengthening mascara, and metallic-finish lip glosses that will all become must haves you’ll want show off at every opportunity. Bling it on, Stila! [Refinery 29]

We’re used to seeing makeup mavens share their transformation when replicating a celebrity-approved look, but it looks like we have a bit of competition.  Guys who don’t normally know their way around the beauty aisle have begun posting their own transformations with hilarious results! If your guys get the itch, just be sure to hide your more pricey products. [Glamour]

Cara Delevingne may have just celebrated her birthday with a collection for DKNY, but she’s showing no signs of slowing down. The bold-browed beauty is back and set to smolder for YSL’s Fall 2014 campaign. She’s featured with a mystery man in the background of the Fusion Ink Foundation ad while she plays footsie with someone high heel in another. Perhaps it’s a double date? [Fashion Gone Rogue]

There are a slew of skin care essentials to tackle every imperfection, but Philosophy’s out to streamline your routine. The beloved beauty brand has just released its No Reason to Hide line that targets blotchiness, darkened and enlarged pores, rough texture, redness, dark spots, and acne marks in a transforming serum and moisturizer. It’s sure to save your skin and some space on your vanity! [Glam Inbox]  

Cetaphil is heading back to camp to help those in need. The sensitive skincare company has partnered once again with the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation to create a limited edition label for its signature moisturizing cream. Exclusively available at CVS, the proceeds from special skin cream will  benefit Camp Wonder, a space where children with chronic and life-threatening skin diseases can take a break from being patients and enjoy the outdoors. Talk about beauty giving back! [Glam Inbox]