Beauty Buzz: Chrissy Teigen Turns to the Dark Side, Celebs Celebrate Loc Love, and Lily Collins Picks Up a Pixie

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Say bye, bye to Chrissy Teigen’s blonde strands, as she’s switched back to brunette. The mega model posted a snap from colorist David Lopez’s salon chair during the process with Lopez sharing a picture of the results. With her bombshell hair, fierce cat-eye, and crop top and shorts, she’s not smoldering, she’s smokin’! [Refinery 29]

While the Oscars red carpet served up a slew of gorgeous gowns, it wasn’t without controversy. Zendaya stepped out for Hollywood’s biggest night wearing dreadlock extensions that didn’t sit well with Fashion Police’sGuiliana Rancic who said she “smells like patchouli oil. Or, weed.” While the comment started a firestorm and even prompted Kelly Osbourne to question her position on the show, Zendaya took it in stride, responding with a poignant Instagram post. The starlet received loads of support from the likes of Taraji P. Henson, Solange, and many more to celebrate the beauty of African American hair and forgave Rancic for her comments. Melissa Rivers shared a #TBT snap of the star and her mother before she had passed, captioning it with, “We [at the show] have nothing but love for Zendaya then and now. A repeat guest host.” Judge not, lest ye be judged, we guess. [Instagram]

This pixie pop up is turning into a trend, as Lily Collins is the latest to try out the trend. The star stunned when she stepped out for Vanity Fair’s post-Oscars soiree, posting snaps to her Instagram with the hashtag #shorthairandlovingit. This comes on the heels of Rita Ora’s cropped coif, who also debuted her look on the Grammys red carpet. Let the hairstyle battle of 2015 begin! [Glamour]

Jin Soon is brightening up our spring forecast with a fresh collaboration with Tila March’s Tamara Taichman. The brands came together to curate a collection of five vibrant nail hues drawn from the brand’s signature patent leather bags, including a new one exclusive to the set, the Jin Vanity Case that will house the polish bottles in a compartment and will be available in all of the hues. As Jin Soon Choi explained, “Tamara and I wanted to create five on-trend hues that make a statement on their own and are even more powerful as a collection. When put together, the shades represent a beautiful painting.” [Glam Blush]

Bid farewell to Flash tattoos; say aloha to henna; and hola to jaguar gel as your new tattoo alternative. The gel is an all-natural dye made from the Amazonian fruit of the same name that delivers 10 days worth of black/deep blue designs for only $25. If you’re wanting to test-drive a potential tat, this may be the best way to get realistic results without the pain or cost. Ink on, kittens! [xo Vain]