Cara Delevingne Parties for YSL, Kate Moss's Skincare Secret Revealed, and More!

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This probably isn't the best time for model of the moment Cara Delevingne to star in a campaign about partying—partying made complete with dropping trou and girl-on-girl action—after that whole baggie of "mystery powder" fiasco, and everything. But hey, at least those YSL Babydoll eyelashes of hers look flawless. [E! Online]

Ever wonder how supermodels never seem to age? Well, they've got a whole aresenal of skincare secrets, passed down to them straight from the pros. But... lucky for us sub-species of the genetic lottery, Kate the Great delved into her big Kerastase-enhanced hair and dug out this life-changing secret: "I fill a sink with ice and cucumber and submerge my face. It tightens everything making you look and feel instantly awake." Ahem, can you pass the cucumber? [Hello Magazine]

Oh, so while we're on the topic of skincare, Kate Moss, big hair, and Kerastase—the L'Oreal-backed haircare brand is launching an 11-piece line of styling products inspired by, get this, skincare formulas. The new stuff's skincare-like ingredients include collagen and micronized polymers and also have textures like eye contour gels and serums.The results? We'll let Kate's campaign snap do the talking... [WWD, sub req]

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Isn't it just the worst when your boyfriend falls asleep on you mid super-important text-vent sesh at 2 a.m.? Well, if you give him the Scentee—a new iPhone case with a fragrance dispenser—you can blast him with a mist of whatever punishable (read: girlie) aroma you see fit. Or, you know, you could use it for intended purposes, like sending a "relaxing scent" to your "tired friend." Snooze. [Wired UK]

Speaking of scents, beauty boxes have finally infiltrated the fragrance world! For $18 each month, a new perfume subscription service called Olfactif will send you a black box filled with three niche fragrance samples to test. If you find one you can't live without, you can scoop it up with the complementary $18 full-bottle credit—and cancel your subscription at any time. [SheFinds]

Sure, there are some ladies out there (ahem, Tan Mom, Snooki, yada yada) who prefer to glisten a vibrant shade of orange around this time of year, but if you're fair-skinned and don't want to look like an oompa loompa (or, you know, a croc handbag by the time you're 35) check out makeup artist Katie Lee's tips to playing up your pale. [Allure]

Somebody actually paid $2,000 to attended Gwyneth Paltrow's "EPIC" super-exclusive Goop-y party in which she's demonstrating how to make vegan flatbreads. Yes, Gwyneth Paltrow is now shilling herself out on Groupon. At least the trip also includes a spa treatment? Of course, that's a spa treatment sans Gwynnie. [Jezebel]