Beauty Buzz: Vanessa Hudgens’ Winter Tress Trifecta, Soap & Glory Gets the Boot(s), and Charlotte Tilbury’s Supermodel Makeover

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We’re always on the hunt for hair changes on our favorite celebs, but Vanessa Hudgens broke the mold of the hair trends we’ve noticed by nabbing three at once! The star not only when back to her brunette shade but snagged a shaggy lob and a fresh set of fringe as well. The star debuted the look via Instagram just after stepping out of stylist Riawana Capri’s salon chair. Talk about a mane makeover! [People]

Boots is getting into the shopping season a little early! The British beauty retailer has just acquired quirky bath and body brand Soap & Glory from its founder and serial entrepreneur Marcia Kilgore. While we’re not sure what will happen to S&P, we have a feeling Kilgore isn’t done playing in the beauty aisle. As she told Women’s Wear Daily earlier this year, “Skin care is really where my expertise lies.” [WWD]

Charlotte Tilbury wants you to strike a pose with your favorite model-inspired look in honor of her new beauty look box, The Supermodel. Post your snap to Instgram by tagging the makeup maestro and adding the hashtag #CTSupermodel. 4 winners will be named each week on Tilbury's Instgaram until December 19th and will receive the special set. You better work! [Glam Inbox]

We love nail art, but without much artistic skill and not time to sit at the salon, it's a trend we don't touch on often. But a new machine is slated to change the way we manage our manis. The Tat'z Nail'z System comes pre-programmed with 3,000 designs with 10 color choices each. All you need to do is apply the base coat and pre-print lacquer to protect your tips, place a finger inside the machine to receive a fresh look, and top it all off with a clear topcoat. Happy #ManiMonday, indeed! [The Huffington Post]

We're still head over heels for our Artis brushes, and now it's much easier for everyone to get their hands on them! The makeup musts have made their way to Net-a-Porter, making the sartorial site one of the first retailers to carry the line. The brand's CosmeFibres pack three to 10 times more individual fibres in each brush, allowing for better application and blending. Have these shot up to the top of your holiday shopping list yet? [Glam Inbox]