Beauty Buzz: Brooklyn Decker Bags a Bob, L’Oreal Gets Twiggy With It, and Aussie Ditches the Hair Drama


Some short styles take serious consideration, but others can be just as cute if they were just a whim, especially if you’re Brooklyn Decker. The model turned actress took to Instagram to show off her shirt that benefits English in Mind Haiti foundation, only acknowledging the new cut afterwards, “PS- yes I chopped my hair off.. thank you @ronacolor @joseph_michael54 #lukeoconnor.” The bob squad is getting stronger by the day! [People]


Kirsten Dunst isn’t the only one with a covetable coif, as L’Oréal Professionnel announced Twiggy be the latest British Beauty to become its UK brand ambassador for its new Majirel High Lift products. The iconic model follows in the footsteps of Alexa Chung who is the current face of the brand’s Inoa range, and Twiggy hopes to “inspire women to be confident in their personal style and never be afraid of trying something new.” With all the new arrivals, it can be hard to pick up the problems at the salon. But the brand has partnered with StyleSeat to offer access to their mane musts, appointments, and more! [The Telegraph]

There’s sure to be a few bumps in the road on the journey to loving our hair, and luckily we’re not alone. Aussie partnered with Graydon Sheppard, aka the star of the $h*t Girls Say series, for a video about all of our hair woes from keeping frizz at bay, to keeping our coif day at the pool, to worrying about leaving our hot tools on. As we tend to run late when our locks aren’t looking right on a weekly basis, everyone can share their #HairProbs and find solutions with the brand’s new Total Miracle 7-in-1 range to help you #DitchtheDrama. [Glam Inbox]

After unveiling a fresh eye shadow concept last week, Hourglass announced its foray into skincare Tuesday. The first luxurious skin care essentials include the Equilibrium Biomimetric Skin Active Serum and Equilibrium Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Day Fluid and was inspired by amniotic fluid, which is linked to normalizing skin-cell growth. While the lightweight lifters can cause sticker shock, the products are quite potent and ensure your skin stays snatched for years to come. [Snob Essentials]

We’ve been battling breakouts for a while, and there’s a pile of products to prove it. YoDerm is looking to zap the zits, one personal consultation at a time. All you have to do is register, upload a few selfies from different angles, and a YoDerm dermatologist will send over a personalized treatment plan as well as any prescriptions to your local pharmacy. Flawless skin in a few snaps? Count us in! [Glam Inbox]