Beauty Buzz: Rosamund Pike Gets Undercut, Fake It ‘Til You Make It, and Is It Time to Toss the Travel Size?

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Rosamund Pike is the latest keeping the undercut trend alive. The Gone Girl star gave everyone a sneak peek of her shorter strands at the London premiere of What We Did On Our Holiday. Judging by the way she styled the look, this might be something we would consider if only for the shock factor. [People]

With extreme piercings back in vogue it seems everyone is going under the needle. If sharp objects make you cringe, the beauty look at Dries Van Noten can help you fake it ‘til you make with just a bit of liquid gold pigment, courtesy of Peter Philips. We’ll be test-driving this look for festival season for sure! [Glamour]

There’s nothing more annoying to a beauty buff than being unable to bring along their beauty musts, especially when they’re too big to be TSA approved. But it looks like the tides are turning, as TSA Administrator John Pistole said airport security will be easing up on the 3 oz. liquid restriction. Though there’s no word yet on when it will go into effect, our curls preemptively thank you! [Chicago Tribune]

Don’t think that makeup is the sole solution to your skin woes. Sure, many brands now include other actives like sunscreen, anti-aging and acne fighting ingredients, but they aren’t a cure all. According to dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban, the new beauty buys don’t have oil, which cuts down the zit factor. She said, “That being said, while makeup can't cure acne alone, it can surely add to the effectiveness of your acne skin care regimen.” [Pop Sugar]

Don’t have the dough to visit Le Labo'sCity Exclusive locales to plunk down a pretty penny for the amazing perfumes? There’s a new way to bag a bottle (or nine), as every September the collection becomes available not only at the brands boutiques but also online! If you want to sample all of them, all it takes is a Benjamin to satisfy your beauty lust. [XO Vain]