The Kardashians Take Over the Hair World, Brooke Shields Teams Up with MAC and More

The Kardashians Take Over the Hairworld, Brooke Shields Teams Up with MAC and More(Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America) Just when you thought the Kardashians had enough of a claim in the celeb world, they're invading the hair hemisphere, too. (Mind you they already have their Kardashian Beauty makeup collection.) Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are going to launch a series of haircare products so you can have the mane of a Kardashian. The line will include hair tools, styling products and accessories, and will launch next spring. [The Cut]

We bet you didn't see this one coming. Brooke Shields teamed up with MAC to create a collection of color cosmetics. From palettes to lipsticks, this collection is colorful and bold—much like the legendary Shields herself. And in case you're wondering, yes, there is a brow pencil. [WWD]

Don't expect Jennifer Aniston to go under the knife anytime soon. In a recent interview, Aniston says she sees all of these women around her trying to turn back the clock and it breaks her heart. "I think, 'Oh god if you only know how much older you look.”' She then went on to say that fiancé Justin Theroux would be totally against her getting work done. "I also have a fiancé who will put a gun to my head if I touch my face in any way." We'd be pretty upset too, Jen. [Yahoo Beauty]

File this under things we're not too surprised about: Kylie Jenner shaved the back of her head. For her 17th birthday, Jenner walked the red carpet of the Teen Choice Awards with her sisters. She also revealed she shaved the small underside of her head. But really, from someone who just had aqua hair for most of the summer, this isn't drastic. [Instagram]

Katy Perry's makeup artist Todd Delano opened up about what it's like painting the face of one of the biggest pop stars around. Get ready to take notes. [Allure]
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