Beauty Buzz: Nicole Richie Turns Turquoise, Tracy Reese Tries Out her First Fragrance, and Deborah Lippmann Goes Sheer

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It’s another day, another shade for Nicole Richie, as the multi-tasking mom debuted an aquamarine bob with a set of blunt bangs out and about in L.A. The Candidly Nicole star showed off a rainbow of hues latest year, including lavender, cobalt, grey, and even midnight! Our only question: will Glam pink be next? [InStyle]

Tracy Reese is heading to fragrance counter in time for Valentine’s Day. It’s the first step into beauty for the fit-n-flare aficionado, and she’s opted for a eponymous fragrance that’s fresh and clean (does anybody else hear Outkast right now?) with notes of bergamot, green tea, magnolia, and sandalwood. Forget about your sweetheart trying to snap this up, now’s the time to treat yourself. [Glam Inbox]

Soft and sheer is the name of the game for Deborah Lippmann's set of spring polishes. If you feel like you’ve seen these shades before, you’re right; as they initially debuted on the runways with Badgley Mischka, Theory, and Donna Karan back in September. Called the Whisper collection, the lush lacquers provides the lightest wash of color but work best with her new CC Base Coat that hydrates, strengthens and protects the look on nails. With nearly nude on trend for 2015, these polishes are the perfect fit! [Racked]

Nexxus is getting a major makeover! The haircare authority will now be known as Nexxus New York Salon Care with 49 fresh formulations and five new products for damaged hair that will hit shelves before the end of January. Plus, the brand will open a salon in Tribeca in March with seven styling chair, four coloring chairs, and five washing chairs, helmed by creative director Kevin Mancuso. As Gina Boswell, executive vice president of personal care at Unilever, explained, “The premise of this is that the Nexxus New York salon will be the physical interpretation of the Nexxus philosophy, which is uniting science, nature and technology not just through the design, but through services.” [WWD]