Jennifer Aniston Is No Longer a Blonde, Alicia Keys Lands a Big Fragrance Deal, and More

(Source: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images North America; Nino Munoz/CPi Syndication) Jennifer Aniston is going back to her roots. No, literally. Everyone's favorite hair inspiration showed off her darker, more natural cocoa strands. Although the new look is for a movie, it would seem as if Aniston is all about life on the dark side. [InStyle]

Alicia Keys has some exciting news to share with her fans. The songstress was dubbed the new face of Givenchy fragrances. The new project will feature ads with Keys beginning in September 2014. [Beauty High]

The Duchess of Cambridge isn't the only Middleton to have amazing hair. Sister Pippa Middleton proved she also has enviable strands when she stepped out sporting a playful lob. [US Weekly]

You might be able to print your own makeup in the near future. Harvard business student Grace Choi managed to create a 3-D printer, dubbed Mink, that allows anyone to print makeup by taking the color code off color photos on the internet. As if that wasn't cool enough, the printer would retail for a reasonable $300. [Business Insider]

An anti-aging hormone, Klotho, has been linked to higher cognitive scores and better memory among a group of test patients who received doses of the hormone. [Total Beauty]
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