Karlie Kloss already encourages you to eat cookies, and now the 22-year-old former-VS Angel is encouraging you to learn coding. Kloss, who took a coding course at the Flatiron School in New York, is now offering 20 young women between the ages of 13 to 18 the chance to take the same course via her new Kode with Karlie Scholarship. If you're within the age range, we suggest you get cracking—applications are due May 1.
In quite possibly the most terrifying beauty news we've heard, a woman in Australia caught deadly staph infection MRSA, which left her paralyzed, after using a friend's dirty makeup brush. Excuse us while we start cleaning our entire beauty bag. [Pop Sugar]
In other beauty news, legendary makeup artist Gucci Westman is stepping down as Revlon's global artistic director after seven years on the job. You know Westman's work from product innovations such as Skinlights, film and the runway. [Fashionista]
Show off your millennial status to the max with this latest collab from Nasty Gal and Vans. The two exclusive sneakers come in slip-on ($75) and high-top platform ($90) styles, both with funky designs only the two brands could create.
Get your hair cut for a good cause April 12. John Frieda Hair Care is supporting HAIRraising, an organization created by John Frieda and Gail Federici, to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital. On Sunday, salons around the country will be participating in a cut-a-thon to raise funds to benefit the organization. At the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in New York, cuts will be $80 for the day—talk about a steal.
Emoji fans, rejoice! A new set of diverse emoji options are officially here. With the recent iOS 8.3 update, Apple is releasing 300 new emojis to suit all of your texting needs. [MTV]