Beauty Buzz: Taylor Swift’s New Scent, Shailene Woodley & Vanessa Hudgens’ Shade Switches, and Donald Roberston’s Legendary Lipstick

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Taylor Swift is taking her penchants for prints on the street to the beauty counter for her fourth fragrance. Called Incredible Things, the scent’s bottle features Swift’s silhouette with a fresh watercolor motif with notes of vanilla orchid, musk, and suede flower on top, a pop of pink pepper and passion flower at the heart, and tied together with a bit of amber and vanilla. How sweet! [InStyle]

As the season change, so do our favorite stars’ hair shades. While Shailene Woodley was very connected to her tresses, she’s not afraid to experiment with a bold new blonde hue that she debuted in Paris. Meanwhile, Vanessa Hudgens got into the spooky spirit of the season by debuting a vibrant new red hue on her Instgram. She captioned the snap with the hashtag #Vamp, stating,“Someone (ME) is very excited for Halloween. Meaning I had to dye my hair to match the season.” [Fashion Gone Rogue and Glamour]

Donald Robertson is giving Colette a makeover complete with a kiss of approval on October 6 and 7. Along with revamping the ground floor of the iconic Parisian retailer, the social media artist to the chic set will use Smashbox’s Be Legendary Lipstick in Legendary throughout the pop-up shop. As part of the redecorating project, he also partnered with the beauty brand to for limited edition of the makeup musts with art inspired by the French flag that will only be available at Colette. Is a trip to Paris in our future? Peut-être! [Glam Inbox]

While the details of Justin Bieber's collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld is under tight wraps, we at least know how his hair stays so lush. Turns out, the Biebs is a big fan of Unite's Luxury Shampoo and Conditioner that is sulfate- and paraben-free with a blend of crushed pearl, Hawaiian white honey, and argan oil to bump up the volume and keep strands soft, which he shared with his main squeeze Selena Gomez. Is it a case of "those who shampoo together, stay together?" [The Cut]

John Frieda wants your voice heard. All it takes is a vote to bring back some of his beloved mane musts back from the dead, including cult favorites like the Frizz Ease Crème Serum Overnight Repair, Beach Blonde Ocean Waves Texturizing Styler, and more. Vote now and vote often to see what will hit shelves come 2015! [Glam Inbox]

Speaking of strands, as much as we fight frizz on the daily -- you curly girls know what I mean -- the tables seem to be turning. During New York Fashion Week, we spotted bits of the fluffy stuff floating around backstage at a slew of shows on purpose. The #iwokeuplikethis hair, as we editors came to call it, looks best on the second or third day after a wash and works well with almost any updo. This is sure to cute down on primping time! [Elle]

Estée Lauder is all ears during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The beauty brand, who first created the pink ribbon to bring awareness to the disease with help from Evelyn H. Lauder has launched BCAcampaign.com to share stories from survivors and the loved ones who showed their support. You don’t have to sit on the sidelines, as users can share their own experience and donate to join the fight to end the disease. [Glam Inbox]