Beauty Buzz: Julianne Moore Doesn’t Juice, Elle Fanning Becomes a Brunette, and NY Salons Make the Grade

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Julianne Moore is spilling a few of her beauty secrets in the pages of NewBeauty, and while sunscreen counts as one of her essentials, there’s one trendy Healthy Obsession you won’t find stocked in her home: juices. She told the glossy, “I did a juice cleanse for the Golden Globes one year. I think I did it for three days. To be honest, the only weight I lost was in my brain!” [NewBeauty]

Elle Fanning has got the jump on the fall hair color flip, becoming one of the first blonde beauties to go dark. The star debuted the fresh shade with a bit of auburn at the L.A. Premiere of The Boxtrolls, snipping off 2 to 3 inches for a full hair makeover for the new season. Now she’s got us thinking about a haute hair change! [People]

It seem a few New York nail salons may have a few bad grades in their futures. The city has proposed new legislation that would impose a letter grading system for hair and nail salons and spas, similar to ones used for restaurants. The new bill will also ensure a customer bill of rights that covers issues like cleanliness and ventilation. Because nobody wants nail fungus, especially Big Apple mani mavens! [NY Daily News]

She’s back! After showing some Old Hollywood spirit, Natalie Portman’s showing off her best street style pose for Dior’s newest beauty launch, Rouge Baume. The 14 new lipsticks boast a formula featuring Cristal oil to smooth and protect lips for the perfect pout. Muah! [Fashion Gone Rouge]

When it comes to exfoliating our faces, we instantly reach for our Clarisonic and not a beaded scrub. The same should be said about out teeth. A Texas dental hygienist found that the microbeads found in certain toothpastes could do more harm than good by settling between gums and tapping bacteria that can lead to serious infections. Yikes! [Refinery 29]