How to Smell Like Robert Pattinson, The Best 'Game of Thrones' Braids Ever, and More!
After months on months of rumors—dating back to October in fact—Dior's repeatedly denied tapping Robert Pattinson as the face of its Dior Homme fragrance. Until today. That's right, the whispers were true! Unconfirmed, however? The whopping $12-million payout for that pretty mug of his. [The Telegraph]
Because we apparently live in a world where too-cute toddlers cause controversy, Rachel Zoe's been under fire lately for the length of her 2-year-old son Skyler's hair. It's like Jenna Lyons' toe-maggedon debacle all over again. [Us Magazine]
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Already suffering from Game of Thrones withdrawal? Alleviate your anguish with this round-up of the 50 greatest braids from the Seven Kingdoms—dragon-power braids, beheading braids, nipple-covering braids, the gang's all there. [The Cut]
By now we're sure you're all too familiar with "The Vampire Treatment"—thanks, Kim Kardashian!—but did you know this blood-sucking treatment might actually help cure baldness? Welp, new research suggests so! But they're still in testing phases, so it's not a 100 percent for sure. Yet. [Total Beauty]
(Photo by Getty) No wrinkles here! No, not there...
So, awhile back George Clooney opened up to Esquire about how he stays all George Clooney-like (read: hot), saying he's never gotten work done on his eyes but he did, however, get the wrinkles removed from his, um, balls. "It's called 'Ball Ironing,'" he said, OBVIOUSLY kidding. Well, one brilliant (?) spa owner saw the opportunity to capitalize on the idea and now it's a real-life thing—Beauty Park Medical Spa's "Tighten the Tackle" procedure. We'll leave you with this description of the $575 treatment: "It involves using lasers to remove hair, erase wrinkles and correct discoloration on the scrotum." [Gawker]