Kate Middleton's Hairdresser Speaks Out, Ryan Reynolds Lands A Beauty Deal, and More

(Source: WPA Pool/Getty Images Europe)We shudder to think of anyone speaking ill of Kate Middleton's almost always perfect tresses, but it looks like her former hairdresser, Denise McAdam, thinks the Duchess's hair is "overdone." Oh the horror! [US Weekly]

Looks like Blake Lively isn't the only one in the family to join the L'Oreal Paris team. The star's husband, Ryan Reynolds, is following in her footsteps by snagging the role of spokesmodel for L'Oreal Paris Men Expert. Now this is one ad campaign we won't mind looking at. [E! News]

For all you sushi lovers out there, this might be one of the saddest things you'll hear all day: sushi is bad for your skin. In happier news, smiling is good for wrinkles. [BellaSugar.com]

You know those handy microbeads found in just about every exfoliator out there? Yeah, well they're incredibly bad for the environment. It turns out those tiny beads are polluting the Great Lakes. L'Oreal is the first beauty brand on the move to phase out products containing the beads starting with Biotherm this year, then its Body Shop products in 2015, and the remainder of the company's offerings in 2017. [TotalBeauty.com]

Meet the newest trend to hit the web: ladybeards. Just when we were starting to get past "duck face," a new selfie trend emerged. Apparently, women across the Internet are styling their hair in a way that gives them a beard and then taking a selfie of their newly styled facial hair. [DailyMail]
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