Beauty Buzz: Khloe Kardashian’s Extensive Routine, Stephen Dimmick Gets Glossy, and Is Hayley Williams the Next Online Guru?

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Beauty editors are known to have extensive routines with plenty of products (hey, we have to test-drive the latest launches somehow), but we’ve got nothing on Khloe Kardashian. In a recent interview with Into the Gloss, the reality star loves to get her makeup done, and even admitted she tends to double up on products including foundations, shimmer powder, lippies, cleansers, and even dry shampoos! [Into the Gloss]

Stephen Dimmick is bringing his makeup mastery to the sales floor with his first line, GlossiGirl. Geared for the grown woman who may be on the fence about trying certain trends, the Australian import will introduce a series of six lipsticks with cream and matte-satin hybrid finish in highly pigmented hues. As Dimmick explained, “I love the idea of those really dry, crunchy liquid lips that all those young lines have. Most women might like the idea of it, but they really don’t like it because it doesn’t feel good. I wanted it [Poison Apple] to be matte, but not Nineties matte or liquid matte. I went with more of a matte satin. So, it has a creamy emollience to it.” Beauty selections for the sophisticated set? Sign us up! [WWD]

First a MAC collection and now a channel of her own, Hayley Williams is a bonafide beauty buff! The Paramore frontwoman will star in her own web series on Popular TV called Kiss-Off. Williams will partner with makeup artist Brian J. O’Connor to replicate iconic looks from the likes of David Bowie and even interviewing musical acts to find out what inspired their look. As she explained, “I want to have other artists on the show, interview them about what inspires them and maybe how they found their look and what the process was for that.” [WWD]

Beyoncé’s back with a fresh batch of nail wraps with NCLA. After her first flawless collection sent everyone into a tizzy, the songstress paid homage to the Bey-hive with their own signature pattern, plus patterns that channel her “Blow” and “Haunted” videos. Needless to say, we’ll be sporting these ASAP! [Pop Sugar]

The no-makeup makeup trend shows no signs of slowing down, as its perennial line Nudestix is slated to hit the QVC airwaves in May. Created in partnership with her two daughters, Jenny Frankel developed the line to make everyone look like themselves – no makeup brushes required. “For my friends and me, brushes were extremely intimidating,” daughter Taylor said. “None of my friends know how to use them. We couldn’t do a smoky eye to save our lives. We wanted to look like ourselves, only better.” [WWD]

Moroccanoil is our go-to when it comes to moisturizing treatments, but the brand is branching out with a set of two dry shampoos: one for those with lighter locks and another for brunettes. The new mane must actually absorbs oil and features UV filters to keep follicles from fading in the sun, not to mention the brand’s signature scent infused in the formula. This is one tress trick we can’t wait to share! [InStyle]