Facebook Gets Its Own Nail Polish, Why Charcoal is Good For Your Skin, and More!

Facebook Gets Its Own Nail Polish, Why Charcoal is Good For Your Skin, and More!
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YSL dedicated an eye palette to the social media giant last year, so it was only a matter of time until this—Facebook now has its own nail polish! Each bottle of FB's signature shade, ahem, "Social Butterfly Blue," rings in at $4.95, but don't flex your purchase trigger finger just yet. It's only sold at the brand's headquarters, not online. Hellooo, irony. [Mashable]

Speaking of Facebook, guess which beauty brand has the most engaged followers on the site? Not CoverGirl. Not Maybelline. Not Lancome. Give up? Kat Von D! [Huff Po]

Rubbing sooty, black substance all over your face might sound filthy—and, okay, be filthy—but, surprisingly, it's super-effective at de-gunking all the nasties out of your pores. Get the down and dirty of how it works, here. [Birchbox]

Lush fans and lovers of fizzy, bubbly bath things, rejoice! Lush spas are finally coming to the US! Look out for their holistic sanctuaries in New York and Philly later this year. [Glamour]

Yesterday at the US Open, Venus Williams matched her nails to her hair. Sure, that doesn't sound groundbreaking, but did we mention they were both fuchsia? [BeautyHigh]
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