Chrissy Teigen Gets a New Cut, Kesha Goes Baby Blue, Christian Louboutin Enters the Nail World and More

Chrissy Teigen's Gets a New Short Chop, Kesha Goes Baby Blue, Christian Louboutin Enters the Nail Wolrd(Source: Rob Kim/Getty Images North America, Source: FameFlynet Pictures) There are about a million and one reasons to be envious of Chrissy Teigen. The latest thing to add to that list is her fresh new cut, just in time for the hottest part of summer. [Bella Sugar]

Chrissy Teigen And Stella Artois Host Belgian National Day Celebration To Kick Off Launch Of The Butcher, The Baker, The Belgian Beer Maker SeriesChrissy Teigen attends Chrissy Teigen And Stella Artois host Belgian National Day Celebration to kick off the launch of The Butcher, The Baker, The Belgian Beer Maker series at Financier Patisserie on July 21, 2014 in New York City. (Getty Images)more pics »But Teigen wasn't the only celeb to switch up her 'do. Kesha, the queen of rainbow hair, jumped on board the azure bandwagon with a baby blue hue. Nicole Richie would be so proud.

Kesha Catches a Flight at LAXSinger Kesha departing on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on July 22, 2014. Kesha showed off her hand tattoo while waving to the cameras. (FameFlynet Pictures)more pics »Everyone's dream heels are working their way to your tips. That's right, ladies: Christian Louboutin (and his famous red soles) is launching a nail polish line to dress your manicure in style. The collection will launch first with a red nail enamel, Rouge Louboutin, on August 6, and then roll out the remaining 30 shades August 31. [WWD]

Fashion and beauty are colliding yet again with the launch of Jenny Packham and Neom Organics candles. The designer is creating two luxurious candles, appropriately named "Real Luxury" and "Happiness." Heads up though, the smallest size of the candles retails for $137, while the largest racks up a $505 price tag. [InStyle]

In other collab news, makeup brand Lancôme teamed up with three Parisian designers, Yiqing Yin, Alexandre Vauthier and Jacquemus to each create a "re-imagined luxury makeup bag." The results are definitely pretty but come with a hefty price tag, too. Bags range from $500 to $1,500. [Beauty Almanac]
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