Beauty Buzz: Edie Campbell Is a Night Owl, Chic Sculptures in a Tube, and the Kardashians Make Mane Magic


Model of the moment Edie Campbell comes alive after dusk as the new face of YSL’s Black Opium fragrance. In a new clip for the perfume, she’s seen running through the empty streets of Tokyo for a midnight rendezvous. And with coffee notes dominant in the scent itself, she’s sure to be up all night! [Fashion Gone Rogue]

We know makeup can create amazing works of art, but artist May Sum is making magic with the beauty buys themselves. The makeup artist creates delicate sculptures of pop culture icons, animals, and more, out of an array of lipsticks. While she averages one piece a week, it has grown to a collection that has been exhibited in museums around the world! [Refinery 29]

The Kardashians have taken over headlines, our TVs, and even a part of our wardrobe, and now they're coming for your head…of hair that is. The latest launch from the clan is a collection of hair tools and styling products with Farouk Systems. The brand boast luxurious formulas at an affordable price with all the musts needed to craft the perfect blowout, including a flatiron, blowdryer, and a three-in-one tool and seven stylers make it last for up to five days. [WWD]

Dineh Mohajer, the nail junkie behind the nostalgic Hard Candy nail polishes of the ‘90s is back with a bigger idea for your tips and toes. Her new venture, Smith & Cult is a new line of luxe lacquers that that are inspired by diary entries of a beauty buff. The varnishes and their corresponding stories will be available in salons as well as Net-A-Porter and C.O. Bigelow for $18 each. Talk about shades with a story! [WWD]

Kittens, it’s time to brush up your makeup kit! Starting Sunday, you can snap up a set of plush makeup brushed from IT Cosmetics and Ulta. While it marks the first time the retailer has had a co-brand partnership with a prestige brand, the result — 56 brushes for $12 to $54 and 9 sets priced up to $98 — make this no small start! [WWD]

Forget about making an appointment for the latest laser. Dr. Brandt has bottled the effects of his popular Fraxel treatments with his new trio of Laser FX Serums. Launching on Labor Day, each serum — Light, Bright, and Perfect — houses two capsules to cover the active ingredients designed to target cells in the skin with peptides while the protective layer will release the active ingredients for a long-lasting effect. [WWD]